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A Live Arts Event: Aspects of Me Artistic Showcase

The Aspects of Me Artistic Showcase features inspiring poetry readings, talented dancers, fashion designers, live music, visual artists, unique performance art, gorgeous body painting, interesting art/fashion demos and art talks! Don't miss out on this is a one of a kind art night jam packed with creativity! 

When: Tuesday, May 9, 2017
8:00pm - 12:00am

Club Cafe Boston
209 Columbus Ave. 
Boston, MA 02116

21 + with ID
$15.00 pre-sale tickets or $20 at the door

The Body Painter will design any image(s) you want painted on you - the prices vary depending on the size and complexity of the piece. There will be no Nudity, 2 Piece Bathing Suits are acceptable.

Club Cafe will provide Food & Full Bar per their Menu prices

EVENT presented by: Into Your Art Inc (IYA) .

SPONSORS: SmartStart Financial, BLICK Art Materials, Club Cafe, Odd Ball Magazine, Epicenter Community, Out of the Blue Gallery, Roscoe Studios,

Curator of ART Exhibit -Dexter Roberts
His art weaves movements, though and actions;…

Kaylee Greer of Dog Breath Photography on Chronicle!

"Kaylee Greer has a most unusual occupation: Dog Photographer. Her canine portraits are exuberant, capturing man's best friend in a whirlwind moment." Check out Bostonian photographer Kaylee Greer of Dog Breath Photography on Chronicle!

Room 83 Spring presents Referent, with John Franklin, Matthew King, Andrew Mowbray, and Kate Russo

Room 83 Spring presents Referent, with John Franklin, Matthew King, Andrew Mowbray, and Kate Russo. What agency does geometric abstraction have in the 21st century? Defying easy artistic categorization, John Franklin, Matthew King, Andrew Mowbray, and Kate Russo employ the modernist idiom in a retooled mind-tangle of pop culture and social relevance. Relational and humanist, the hard edge is rendered expressive, softened by the human hand and choice of materials. Flatness becomes dimensionally resonant, confounded by stitching, cutting, and ritualized practice. Abstraction is embodied, full of story and life essence.
Optically charged, the work of Franklin, King, Mowbray, and Russo has pitch-perfect legibility and high-intensity eye appeal. And yet the decorative lure opens a conceptual curtain for the viewer, revealing a slow-release performative experience of time, memory and intent. Each work emits cues, which reference a particularity, indicate action, suggest narrative, and intim…

Fort Point's Spring Art Walk

Come on down to Fort Point's Spring Art Walk, Friday May 12 - Sunday May 14! This exciting event is jam packed with local talent! Check out the open studios, artist talks, exhibitions, hands-on workshops, and musical performances in and arond the Fort Point neighborhood! All ages welcome!

Event hours are: Friday, May 12, 4 - 7 PM
Saturday/Sunday May 13 & 14, 12 Noon - 6 PM
Click Here For The Facebook Event

Leica Gallery Boston Presents The Sea by Photographer EJ Camp

Leica Gallery Boston Presents The Sea by Photographer EJ Camp Large Format Exhibit Explores the Calm and Wildness of the Ocean
April 6, 2017 — Leica Gallery Boston is proud to present the Boston premiere of EJ Camp’s photo exhibition, The Sea. The collection will debut on May 4, 2017 with an Artist Talk at 4pm followed by an opening reception from 6-9pm. The exhibition will be available for public viewing from May 4 – June 27, 2017.
Camp shot the photographs exclusively with her medium format digital Leica S. Her favorite subjects, the North and South Forks of Long Island, have some of the most beautiful coastlines in North America, making Camp’s quest for unique images inexhaustible. Stemming from a career spent capturing light and emotion in her portraiture, Camp has developed a  passion for the way light reflects off the changing surfaces of the ocean.. The violence and activity of breaking waves and the tranquility of a calm sea have been integral within Camp’s seascapes along with e…


MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ARTISTS AT MASSACHUSETTS EYE AND EAR Call for artists will expand the City's alternative space pilot program
BOSTON - Thursday, April 6, 2017 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a call for artistsfor the Alternative Space Pilot Program, a partnership between the City of Boston and local businesses and institutions, allowing artists and organizations to apply for non-traditional space to create and rehearse. The call for artists is for two spaces within the Starr Center at Massachusetts Eye and Ear. Today's announcement builds on the success of the first Alternative Space Pilot located at the AT&T Flagship Store, where Mayor Walsh recently joined two classical music groups, Equilibrium Ensemble and Castle for Our Skins, to celebrate their selection as the first performers for the program.
First announced as part of the implementation strategy for the Boston Creates Cultural Plan, the Alternative Space Pilot Project is designed to respond to a…

Facebook logo sculpture by Boston's Zebbler Studios on Chronicle!

Facebook logo sculpture by Zebbler Studios on Chronicle
The Boston Artists Blog was happy to help Facebook find the perfect local creative team to bring this sculpture to fruition, and we were thrilled to see it on tv last night. "We have a sculpture that we had built for our launch a little over 3 and a half years ago. It's made of recycled computer components in the shape of our logo," says Boston's Facebook headquarters on WCVB's Chronicle. The genius creatives behind this sculpture are our friends at Zebbler Studios. You may have seen Zebbler Studios' work before as they are well known for their custom First Night projections on the Boston Public Library. They are also the creators of the psychedelic Shpongletron for the electronic group Shpongle. We look forward to seeing more collaborations with Zebbler Studios around Boston in the near future, and we encourage local businesses to email us if they are in need of art! We know many artists in the area and…



BOSTON - Monday, April 3, 2017 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced A+J Art+Design has been selected to create a public art project in North Square following an open call for artists through a Request for Proposals. The artist team will work with the Public Works Department (PWD), the Boston Art Commission, and the North End community to further develop their initial proposal. The public art project will be implemented in conjunction with the reconstruction of North Square in summer 2017. 
The public art project is part of a larger effort by PWD to revitalize and build on North Square's identity as a cultural destination. The project will enhance the square by making it livable, walkable, green, sustainable, and accessible to all. 
"The North Square public art project will offer the North End community an open space to gather and interact," said Mayor Walsh. "We look forward to seeing the fi…