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The Hundreds Show At Lincoln Arts Project Gallery In Waltham

THE HUNDREDS SHOW

Lincoln Arts Project is excited to announce their annual "Hundreds" show, featuring work by some of the most talented low brow and underground artists in Boston.  All of the artwork is priced at either $100, $200, or $300. 
December 5 - January 18

RECEPTION: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 7-10 PM
Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday 12-6PM


Artist Lineup: 
Bill Dunlap
Bradford Rusick
Caitlin Duennebier
Caleb Neelon
Caroline Board 
Daniel DeLuca 
Dave Ortega 
Jamaal Eversley 
James Weinberg
Jenna DeLuca
Joe Lovasco
Julian Guzman 
Kate Drewniak
Kenji Nakayama 
Kristin Texeira 
Mallory Biggins 
Maria Molteni
Michelle Maroon 
Mike Dacey
Mr. Never 
Nabeela Vega 
Nicole Duennebier
Raul Gonzalez 
Robert Moeller
Sarah Gay
Scott Chasse
TJ Kelley III

Event info HERE.
 
LAP Gallery
289 Moody Street, Waltham MA

http://www.facebook.com/LincolnArtsProject

DIRECTIONS
Parking in rear of building, and on street.

Accessible by:
Commuter Rail (Stops in Porter Sq & North Station)
Buses
70, 70A (Central Sq/Allston/Brighton)
170 (Back Bay, Dudley Sq)
505, 553, 554, 556, 558 (Downtown Boston)

Check MBTA trip planner: 
http://www.mbta.com/

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