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Arts on our Avenues

On March 9th at 6:30pm, the Brighton Music Hall will be transformed for Arts on our Avenues, a special pop-up gallery event supporting public art and showcasing local artists, musicians and restaurants with Keynote speaker Julie Burros, the City of Boston’s Chief of Arts and Culture. 

Art From:
Iansanity & Co 
Daniel Levy Photography
Karen Jerzyk Photo
Scott Matalon
Lindsay Weitzman
INDIVIDUALS COLLECTIVE
Jasmine Kimieye Graham
Sarah Berry
Kira Leigh
The Pedigree Artist, Christine Winship
Aidan Lindh
Abigail Goldberger
Gregg Bernstein
Brian Rusnica

Music Curated By:
DJ Leah Mcfly

Live Performances By:
Bryan Murphy
Matthew Connor

Food From:
Roxy's Grilled Cheese
Garlic N Lemons
Lulu's Allston
BonChon Boston

All are welcome! Suggested donation of $20.15 visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arts-on-our-avenues-tickets-15842196436 to make a donation and purchase tickets.

Funds raised at this event will benefit Allston Village Main Streets, a neighborhood non-profit that makes Allston Village a better place to live, work, dine, shop and own a business. Recognizing the crucial role public art plays in enriching our community AVMS has funded more than 15 murals in Allston village and in the last four years has invested more than $20,000 bringing more public art to our avenues. Visit www.allstonvillage.com for more information

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