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Boston Based Band "Gentlemen Hall" Released A New Music Video With Art By Iansanity and Ethan Goldhammer!

Gentlemen Hall's "Sail into the Sun" music video was premiered on MTV's Buzzworthy blog this week.  Brilliant local artists, Iansanity and Ethan Goldhammer, were involved with the colorful mesmerizing artwork.  I have already watched this video numerous times because it is so happy that it makes me happy. In fact, I am still smiling.  I hope these guys collaborate again in the future. I also hope to see the triangle people again in the future. Great work! :)

Flash Forward Festival is returning to Boston!

Flash Forward Festival is returning to Boston for the third year, May 16-19 @ Fairmont Battery Wharf.  Here are some links to the Festival Catalogue and Insert.
They have the best line-up of programming to date including:

Revolution in Silicon Valley - Insider secrets from Steve Jobs documentarist Doug Menuez

Instagram & Mobile Publishing - Getty Images, etc. 

Where Photography Is Headed - New York Times James Estrin

Complex Art of Travel Photography - Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, etc. 

Collecting Fine Art - Prestigious gallery owners from New York & Boston This year they've also gone really BIG in terms of exhibitions. The first two weeks of May they're launching four pop-up exhibitions with opening night parties across the city (including a special installation at Faneuil Hall Marketplace), which feature New England's finest photographic talent: UndergraduatesFaculty local legend Jim Dow. Not to mention apublic art collaboration with the folks from Brook…

Exploring Afro-Cuban Culture at the Multicultural Arts Center

Exploring Afro-Cuban Culture
Clara Morera - Cepp Selgas - Jorge Java - Bernardo Navarro

Curated by Latin Art Space
Artist Reception May 16, 6:30-8:30pm
Multicultural Arts Center
41 2nd St.
Cambridge, MA

For more info visit:

Raising Hull kicks off over Spring Break with Arts Camp for Kids! The Hullion Foundation for the Arts

*Raising Hull kicks off over Spring Break with Arts Camp for Kids! The Hullion Foundation for the Arts*

*Aiming to inspire our youth and foster creativity in the newest Artist*

Entertainment industry professionals Ange and Rob Alex moved to Hull in September 2012 and launched a youth Arts program when others said it couldn’t be done. Ange Alex brings 20+ years of acting, improv, modeling, on camera and more. Rob Alex brings 30+ years in music, recording and design. Both Ange and Rob have successful promoted the Arts through their popular entertainment magazine, /The Backstage Beat./

This new Arts program launches in Hull, MA to inspire the children, increase the community business and transform the town.

There is no denying the impact the Arts have on a town and students. So why is it so hard to find programs that children can get involved in that don’t cost an arm and a leg?

The Hullion Foundation for the Arts was born out of necessity and raised on creativity. It is a place for kids to f…

Clark Gallery Presents Color Collision

Color Collision is a group exhibition featuring work in all media from April 9 - May 11.. For a preview
Clark Gallery
145 Lincoln Road
Lincoln, MA 01773

National Poster Retrospecticus 2k13: 300 Handprinted Posters Visit Boston

(artwork by: Dan McCarthy)
The National Poster Retrospecticus tour and its homecoming here in Boston on May 3rd.
Over 300 handprinted gig posters made by more than 75 artists from around the country will be featured this year. The Boston show will be up for one night only and feature  work by local poster making legend Dan McCarthy! 

Boston's Award Winning Robert Klein Gallery at The AIPAD Photography Show New York, April 4-7 Booth 310

THE AIPAD PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW NEW YORK April 4 - 7, 2013 Booth 310 | The Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue & 67th Street

Join the Robert Klein Gallery in New York City next week forTHE AIPAD PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW NEW YORK, the largest international art fair dedicated to fine art photography.AIPAD,the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, will bring together more than 75 of the world's leading photography art galleries to present museum-quality work at the Park Avenue Armory. Find us in Booth 310, where we will offer photographs by BERENICE ABBOTT RICHARD AVEDON

Jessica Borusky - The Posture Grid!

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 6 - 8 PM  
The Posture Grid!

This project is an exploration of personal/performed/projected identity through the construction of persona. Using the premise of selling a grid product, The Posture Grid! is a durational performance for video that unpacks advertising language in order to engage how products meant and designed to "help" the body, often reflect ways in which the body has been repeatedly regimented, silenced, and forced into "straight lines" that often do not coincide with lived experience. Through humor, endurance, and duration, The Posture Grid! begins to break down the initial sales-veneer: exposing a figure that cannot return to the sales pitch, and revealing the ways in which no-one can succeed within the grid's rigid lines. "The Posture Grid: If You Stand Straight, You're Accomplished!"
Jessica Borusky is a Floridian feminist who currently resides and works in Boston, Ma. Through humorous, persona-bas…

MFA Thesis Exhibitions - School Of The Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston

Boston, MA (April 2, 2013)—This spring, the joint Master of Fine Arts degree program of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) and Tufts University celebrates the work of its graduating students with a series of final thesis exhibitions. Through in-depth presentations of artwork developed during the two-year program, these talented MFA students explain their creative process and development through artistic representation. With a robust class of over 60 graduates, SMFA-Tufts thesis exhibitions will take place throughout the spring and summer at galleries around Boston. Admission to exhibitions and related events is free and open to the public.
More information about SMFA MFA Thesis shows and artist profiles
Through April 12 Reception: March 29, 5:30 pm Mission Hill building Gallery, SMFA, 160 St. Alphonsus Street, Boston
In “Retinal Systems” David Flicker Brown focuses on several different systematic techniques for capturing and compressing large amounts of photographic data.…

Crystal Skin - A documentary based in Bogotá, Colombia that traces the lives of four individuals living with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)

Two JP-based independent filmmakers, Michaela O'Brien and Melissa Langer, will be holding a fundraiser to raise post-production funds for In Crystal Skin, a documentary based in Bogotá, Colombia that traces the lives of four individuals living with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a rare disease that affects 1 in 50,000 people. They will be screening their trailer and displaying photography for sale. Join them for free food, drinks and raffle prizes from local JP stores! The event is on Thursday, April 18th from 7:30 - 11pm at theAviary Gallery in JP. 

MORE ABOUT THE FILM:  In Crystal Skinis a lyrical portrait of four individuals challenged by
Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a rare disease that affects 1 in 50,000 people.  This documentary revealsthe untold  story of a tireless global network of  individuals, parents and doctors battling to find a cure. It follows two sisters  with EB who live in a crowded orphanage in Bogotá, Colombia. As their story unfolds, the film explores the private lives …