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Happy Thanksgiving!

We are thankful for all of the Boston artists who inspire us every day! Pies by Megan Smith: http://themegansmith.com

The SMFA Art Sale Is Back!

The SMFA Art Sale returns November 19–22, 2015, showcasing an impressive range of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s (SMFA) emerging and established artists—from students and alumni to faculty and affiliated artists. An eclectic mix of artworks will adorn the first floor of SMFA, including paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, and digital videos, alongside a pop-up jewelry shop and the popular bins of unframed works. As the School’s largest fundraiser, the Sale is a unique opportunity to support artists before they make their mark in the world at-large. All works, which rotate daily, are priced by individual artists and sales are split 50/50 between the artists and the School. SMFA’s portion directly contributes to scholarships and resources essential to fostering a creative environment for SMFA students. Admission is free.
SMFA Art Sale November 19–21, 10 am–8 pm + November 22, 10 am–5 pm November 19 5–8 pm | Opening Reception
FEATURING:  Jim Dow
 Graham Yeage…

changes // △ // metamorphosis

millennial shaman gregor spamsa presents with Industry Lab an interactive art exhibition + i-ching readings for a public in flux:
changes // △ // metamorphosis
note: everything is subject to change The show will be up for a limited time only from Saturday, November 7th through Saturday, November 21st. Opening Night: Reception, Performances & I Ching Readings 7pm-midnight at Industry Lab | 288 Norfolk St. Cambridge, MA 02144 Performances from 8:30-9:30pmby Erik P. Kraft, Ricky Orng, Jackie Wang, Anthony Fischer & Gregor Spamsa Refreshments will be served to the public Information on workshops, gallery hours, screenings, artist talks & i ching readings are available on the site (http://www.changes.space/) and are subject to change. Industry Lab and gregor spamsa are delighted to present changes // △ // metamorphosis, a group exhibition and divination series on the theme of change inspired by the I Ching, which is commonly known as the Book of Changes, or simply, the

HAYMARKET - The Soul of the City

The Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery at Bunker Hill Community College presents
HAYMARKET The Soul of the City
Photographs by Justin Goodstein
November 2 - December 18, 2015
Artist’s Reception  Tuesday, November 17, 2015 • 6 - 8 p.m.
Film Screening, Gallery Talk and Book Signing Thursday, December 3, 2015 • 6 p.m.  A300 Auditorium, Art Gallery and Lounge
Collection organized by Historic New England Oral History interviews curated by Ken Turino
For more information, images, book preface, artist’s statement, please see:http://justingoodstein.com/ For more information about Historic New England please visit: http://www.historicnewengland.org/ Haymarket, The Soul of the City film uses photographs and oral history interviews with workers, shoppers, fans, and historians to tell the story of this beloved marketplace. To view the trailer:http://www.historicnewengland.org/events-programs/everyones-history/everyones-history-projects/the-haymarket-project/the-haymarket-project

Most Creative Female Halloween Costumes of 2015

The Boston Artists Blog has carefully selected the most creative female Halloween costumes of 2015. These impressive costumes are all DIY with self applied makeup!  From Silence of the Lambs to Lydia Deetz, feast your eyes on the outstanding creativity! Steph Love - Silence of the Lambs
Lorrinda Cerrutti and Alannah - Frida Kahlo painting
Chelsea Brown - Bloody Mary
Rebecca Rivera Scotti - Lantern Fish
Alli Olwell - Everest Fatality
Daria Berkowska - Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
Kelly Dudash - Mary Poppins and Chimney Sweep
Tara Ozella - Maltese Dog
Leigh Zoto - Ghost
Becca Blacker, Victoria Crowley, and Suzie Blacker - Witches from Hocus Pocus 
Ming Doyle - Julie Newmar Catwoman
Emmy Cicierega - Lydia Deetz from Beetle Juice