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My Hard Live Post-Circus Project: A Collection of Art Actions

My Hard Live Post-Circus Project is a collection of artactions by nine artists under the guidance of Marilyn Arsem at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.  Robert Chamberlin, Bug Davidson, Daniel Embree, Ryan Hawk, Paul Ishii, Courtney McClellan,B Milder, Alien Moon Partnership, and Bradley Tsalyuk will show work at Studio Sotoin Fort Point. These artists cover a range of themes, including popular culture, gender identity,language, ritual, and art history.

Performances start at 8 pm. Studio Soto, Fort Point; January 18, 3013

“My Hard Live Post-Circus Project”January 18, 2013
Studio Soto10 Channel Center Street
Fort Point, Boston, MA 02215
7:30 pm - 10 pm
Admission is free


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