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'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road' at the Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square (Somerville, MA)

(Somerville, MA) The Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square presents 'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road,' a group exhibition sponsored by Atwood's Tavern and Panopticon Imaging, featuring the work of over twenty-five local and regional artists and musicians, and curated by Jenn Harrington and Susan Berstler. The exhibit runs from November 6-22, 2014, with an opening reception on Thursday, November 6, 2014, 6-8 p.m. and a special event - On the Road: Stories - on November 12, 2014, 7-9 p.m.

'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road'
We elevate our heroes. The gods are in the clouds. Superheroes fly. Marbled idols stand on pedestals. And our cameras aim at musicians where they are at their best - on stage. But how do they get there? And, more importantly - with days dedicated to cramped cars, thin wallets, beat-up motels, loneliness - why do they follow that long and winding road from one venue to the next? 'I've Been Everywhere, Man:…

ARTCRANK Boston 2014

Saturday, October 18 | 4:00pm – 10:00pm | Aeronaut Brewing | 14 Tyler Street | Somerville | FREE Admission

ARTCRANK is coming to Aeronaut Brewing Company with a brand new Poster Party For Bike People on Saturday, October 18!

ARTCRANK's second annual Boston show features handmade, bike-inspired posters created by local artists. Limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be available for $50 each.

Join the creators and their friends, ShinolaNeenah Paper and Clif Bar, for an afternoon and evening of bike-inspired posters, local craft beer, and guaranteed good times.

ARTISTS
Aaron Tenbuuren | Alex Carlson | Allison Bamcat | Benjamin K. Shown | Brendan Totten | Chris Piascik | Dave Tschiegg | Doug Harry | Erich Roehre | Gerardo Garduno | Ian Dickens | James Weinberg | Jim Moorehead | Josh LaFayette | Kirk Wallace | Lizzy Dargie | Logan Faerber | Matt Plays | Meredith Miotke | Mikk Olli | Molly Taafe | Richie Stewart | Rob Larsen | Sarah Gay O’Neill & Chris O’Neill…

Evil Ugly Monster Show at the UGLYgallery

October 9 – November 1, 2014 Artists reception: Saturday, October 25, 2014
AHA Night! Get here or the internet will beat you to it!!!!
UGLYgallery is proud to present the Evil, UGLY, Monster Show featuring work curated by MCA of Evil Design and Matt Walker of Monster Kolor from over 40 local, national, and international low brow and designer toy artists.
Toys are not just child’s play. The collector designer toy market has been steadily growing since the late 90’s, and our guest curators MCA and Monster Kolor have been there every step of the way. MCA’s roots run deep in the urban contemporary art game. Over the past 20 years, he has produced toys, tees, prints, and stickers, lots and lots of stickers! His evil ape and qee zilla, produced by Hong Kong designer toy company Toy2R, are great examples of the evolution of his work as an illustrator. The development of the sketch that then became a sticker on a street corner, that then inspired the design of a vinyl toy has taken him around …

Dorchester Open Studios 2014

Film Screening of History Zero + Conversation with Stefanos Tsivopoulos

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) welcomes Stefanos Tsivopoulos for a free screening of his film, History Zero and conversation with SMFA faculty members Jane Gillooly and Tina Wasserman.
History Zero, which represented Greece at the 2013 Venice Biennial,depicts three human experiences relating to notions about value systems, exploring the role of currency in the formation of relationships and political and social elements relating to the ownership of money.
Thursday, October 9, 7:30 pm History Zero Screening + Conversation with Stefanos Tsivopoulos
Mrs. E. Ross Anderson Auditorium, SMFA  | Free admission
Hosted in conjunction with SMFA's fall exhibition, “Reverb: New Art from Greece.” Visit smfa.edu/reverb for details.



Water Stories: Conversations in Paint and Sound at the Museum of Science Boston

"Water — our most precious resource. Easy to take for granted, but without it, there can be no life. Industrial practices, human behaviors, and climate change have caused us to face unquestionable challenges regarding the future of our water supply. Through paint and sound, artist Anne Neely, in collaboration with sound artist Halsey Burgund, focuses our attention on alarming stories unfolding today. Neely invites inquiry into water's unifying role in our world and the many ways humans affect it."  Learn more about artist Anne Neely.
Neely and Islam will visit the Museum of Science on Wednesday, October 1st to discuss Neely’s making of Water Stories: Conversations in Paint and Sound exhibitand Islam’s insights into the water-related issues that affect our lives. Immediately following the program attendees are welcome to tour the gallery and experience the exhibit which includes audioscapes designed by sound artist Halsey Burgund.
The October 1st program, which runs from …