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Monster Party 2014 at the Boston Children's Museum

Opening Party: October 3, 2014 Monstrous Family Fun at Boston Children’s Museum Monster Party will unleash your inner party-monster! Join us for Monster Party with a full on monster-themed installation that includes an interactive mural by Evoker and Tim Sullivan; smelly monster sculptures by The !ND!V!DUALS; a monster safari by MadKnits, Tofu Squirrel, Jess George, Venus Jaw, and Ben Bishop; a sensory box by Fish McGill; monster bean bag toss by Evoker; and a monster animation by Peter Reynolds and FableVision. For full-on Monster Party Mayhem head over to our neighborhood Flour Bakery/Fort Point for some scarily delicious monster treats! Boston Children’s Museum is open Friday nights till 9pm with $1 admission per person after 5pm Monster Party will be on display after the October 3 opening until mid-December. (Here's a sneak peek at the Baticorn, a collaboration plush by MadKnits and Tofu Squirrel,  one of the many monsters you can look for in the museum.) Brought to you by:


Architectura Articulation

Aura/Ground: Photographs by Sarah Pollman

Aura/Ground: Photographs by Sarah Pollman
On View September 7 - November 9, 2014
Artist talks: September 24, 12:30 and October 19, 3pm

My first solo museum show is on view at Danforth Art Museum and School through November 9. Please join me for one of my artists talks on September 24 and October 19.

This show combines images from my series Figure and Ground and Father and Mother. More information about the show can be found on the Museum's website: http://www.danforthart.org/sarahpollman.html

Joo Lee Kang: Troubled Paradise and Peri Schwartz: Composing Paintings

Joo Lee Kang     Still Life with Insects #72014   ballpoint pen on paper  22x15"
JOO LEE KANG Troubled Paradise
PERI SCHWARTZ Composing Paintings
September 2 - October 4, 2014 at Gallery NAGA
Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday  10 am - 5 pm
Gallery NAGA 67 Newbury Street Boston MA 02116

Reverb: New Art from Greece

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston present eleven emerging and mid-career Greek artists who illustrate how artists are interpreting and responding to the reverberations of social, political, and economic conditions during a crucial time in Greece’s history.
Featuring: Loukia Alavanou, Anastasia Douka, Eirene Efstathiou, Andreas Ragnar Kassapis, Dimitris Papoutsakis, Eftihis Patsourakis, Nana Sachini, Yorgos Sapountzis, Vangelis Vlahos, Paky Vlassopoulou, and Myrto Xanthopoulou
Opening Reception | September 9, 5–7 pm
For All the Reasons in the World, performance by Eirene Efstathiou | September 10, 12–12:30 pm (Corner of Massachusetts Avenue + Newbury Street, Boston)
Curatorial presentation and tour with Eirene Efstathiou + Evita Tsokanta | September 11, 12:30–2 pm
More details at smfa.edu/reverb.