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Natura Morta and Flowers, Fish and Fantasies at Robert Klein Gallery

Botanical VI (Juliet Roses), 2013. On display at Ars Libri. 
 Spring is here and not a moment too soon! Heralding the promise of warmer weather, PAULETTE TAVORMINA'S Black & Bloom has been extended through Saturday, April 26, 2014. 
 "Tavormina brings every lush detail into focus in a way that would seem impossible with a camera...Even in these meticulously arranged displays, life never really remains still." -- The Week, February 21, 2014 
 Selections from Botanicals, a series Tavormina started in 2013, can be seen at ARS LIBRI (500 Harrison Ave). Still lifes from the series Natura Morta and Flowers, Fish and Fantasies are featured at ROBERT KLEIN GALLERY (38 Newbury St). 
 The gallery will also show Tavormina's work in Booth #313 at The AIPAD Photography Show New York, which runs Thursday, April 10, through Sunday, April 13, at the Park Avenue Armory (653 Park Avenue).


Flash of An Instant - Artists Question Photography's Ability To Accurately Document Our Experience Of The World

(Newtonville, MA) Flash of An Instant brings together work by nine artists to question photography's ability to accurately document our experience of the world.The landscapes we live in seem stable, despite their constant flux. Likewise, photography has long been heralded as a static truth with a monocular vision of the world. But when fractured and subverted, multiple truths and parallel visions arise that make us reassess what we think we know.

John Steck Jr.'s photographs fade slowly, destroyed by the light that illuminates them. Still lifes by Robin Myers conflate the micro and the macro while Mark Dorf's images chart and graph the land. Sam A. Harris re-thinks reality in surreal photographic documents and Sharon Harper explores physical and phenomenological attempts at looking at the sky. Kinetic sculptures by Anne Lilly mark and change the space they occupy through movement. Hidden paintings by John C. Gonzalez and Thomas Willis force viewers to search the gallery for…

LGBTQIA Artist Alliance Present A Performance Event Related To The Themes Of Their Latest Exhibition, "Reclamation."

On Friday April 4th, from 6 - 8 PM, the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance will be having a performance event related to the themes of their latest exhibition "Reclamation."

The event will be held at the Male Center in the South End, 571 Columbus Ave (at the intersection of Columbus Ave and Mass Ave).

"Reclamation" is BLAA’s sixth exhibition, honoring International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. The BLAA presents works thematically pertaining to female subjectivity. Works touch upon, but are not limited to, notions of gender identity, sexual politics, civil rights, socioeconomic status, women and technology, the beauty industry, and the body (from objectification to celebration). Presenting artist's works are blatant and aggressively feminist, or subtly work to elucidate and deconstruct patriarchal culture through myth and metaphor. “Reclamation” contains several unique, distinctive voices that also function as part of a larger collective conversation about f…

A Little Bazaar Presents Their April 5th Event At Mill No. 5!

A Little Bazaar is pleased to announce their April 5th marketplace event at Mill No. 5! 
Digs at Mill No. 5 is a marketplace event featuring vendors of handmade, vintage, and artisanal goods intended for use in the home or garden. The event will take place on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5 at 250 Jackson St. Lowell, MA from noon until seven. Not only will this event offer an excellent opportunity to shop local and buy handmade, but they will also provide free live entertainment! DJ Dan Adam will be spinning a mix of soul, funk, and jazz records, with special acoustic performances sprinkled throughout the event. Mill City Grows will be holding a seed starting workshop and hosting a screening of “Growing Cities” in their newly opened theater! 
They will be updating their blog and Facebook event page with more details as the event draws nearer. 
 The event is free and open to the public. 
 WHEN:  April…

A Conversation On Collecting Art By Women

A Conversation On Collecting Art By Women  Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 6:00PM 
 MA-NMWA is partnering with the Harvard Business School Women's Association of New England to present "A Conversation On Collecting Art By Women" and a Reception at Harvard Business School. 
The "Conversation" features Barbara Lee, Founder and President of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, Jen Mergel, Beal Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Susan Fisher Sterling, Alice West Director of   the National Museum of Women in the Arts. 
Barbara Krakow of the Barbara Krakow Gallery will moderate the "Conversation." 
Schedule of Events:  Wednesday, March 26, 2014 6:00 - 6:45 pm Registration and Reception  6:45 - 8:00 pm Conversation and Q & A  8:00 - 9:00 pm Reception 
 Spangler Center, Harvard Business School Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02163 
 Complimentary event parking on the HBS campus.  Please enter on Batten Way, off Weste…

CHROMA - Art Show at Diesel Cafe in Somerville

Chroma is an 8x8, 84-page full-color art annual featuring art and interviews with 12 of New England's hardest-working artists. The show at Diesel Cafe in Somerville includes the artists of Chroma Volume 2: Tofu Squirrel, Eyeformation, Meghan Brideau, Bea Modisett, Bob Packert, Haig Demarjian, David LeBlanc and Tom Torrey. Chroma's goal has always been to highlight New England's underground art and offer a platform capable of getting artists seen. Stop by, grab a cup of coffee (and maybe a sandwich because they're really yummy!), and check out the cool artwork! The show will be up until March 31!

Diesel Cafe 252 Elm St Somerville, MA 02144

Nowruz 2014: The Persian New Year Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts

Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on March 22, to celebrate Nowruz 2014, the Persian New Year Festival! Enjoy free activities and programs throughout the day, view a traditional Haft-Seen table, visit Taste Café for Persian-inspired menu items, and much more.  All events are free with Museum admission.   Haft-Seen Display | 10 am–4:45 pm   Film: My Name Is Negahdar Jamali and I Make Westerns (Iran, 2012, 65 min.) | 11 am   Music: Zarbang Trio and Banafsheh Sayyad | Noon, 1:20 pm, and 2:40 pm   Dance Performances: Aftab Dance Group | 1 and 3 pm   Artist Demonstration: Persian Calligraphy | 1–4 pm   Art-Making Activity: Decorative Eggs | 10 am–4 pm   Story Hour | 10:30 am and 2:30 pm   Drawing in the Galleries | 11 am–3 pm   Family Art Cart | 10 am–4 pm   See the full schedule:

Vendors Wanted! Play at Mill No. 5 on Saturday, May 3rd!

Play at Mill No. 5 is marketplace event featuring vendors of vintage, handmade, and artisanal items intended for both children and the young at heart.  The event takes place at "A Little Bazaar" 250 Jackson Street in Lowell, MA.
The curators of Mill No. 5 are currently looking for vendors of children's clothing, accessories, and toys as well as other fun, whimsical, over-the-top, colorful and playful goods. 
What you need to know: 
 *Play at Mill No. 5 will be held on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 * The application deadline is March 31, 2014  Unfortunately they may not be able to accept everyone who applies.  Applicants will be notified of their acceptance status via email by April 4th.   The vendor fee is: $60 for one 6' table or $100 for two 6' tables.  The deadline to pay the vendor fee is April 18th, 2014 .  You will be instructed on how to do this when you are notified of acceptance.   Digs will be a daytime event, running from 12-7pm.   The success of this event lays in a…

City of Salem Calls for Submissions to ArtBox 2014

(previous ArtBox by Eyeformation)
Winners to receive significant visibility and $500 
Visit to download submission requirements and details 

Utility to Beauty 

 The City of Salem calls all artists to submit proposals to design and paint one out of six utility boxes as part of ArtBox 2014. Winning artists will have their work in front of one million people annually and will receive $500. 

 “I’m thrilled to announce the third installment of the ArtBox program,” said Mayor Kimberley Driscoll. “It is always exciting to see how the winning artists transform these utility boxes into beautiful works of art. I expect another strong field for this year’s program.” 

 In the hopes of promoting individual artists as well as the community’s burgeoning arts scene, ArtBox asks all interested to propose a piece of art that presents his or her visual interpretation of Salem’s cityscape, culture, community pride, or art itself. 

 Project Background 

 A group of local art appreciators and…