Exhibition Proposals The Fort Point Arts Community Gallery is seeking proposals in all media (painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia, other) for five shows for the 2018-19 season (Fall 2018-Spring 2019). Each show must include at least two exhibiting artists. We invite proposals from exhibiting artists and from curators collaborating with exhibiting artists. The juror for … [Read more...]
Recent posts about the creative process, support for individual artists, and new art in Massachusetts.
Of Note: Free Fun Fridays offer visitors no-cost admission to many of the most treasured cultural venues in Massachusetts. This program was created by the Highland Street Foundation to increase access and enrichment opportunities for children and families throughout Massachusetts during the summer months. See the schedule. Many of the organizations involved are also … [Read more...]
Periodically, we pose questions about issues artists face in their work and lives. A while back, we asked curators, editors, and presenters (aka artistic gatekeepers) for one piece of advice they'd give to artists. This month, we're turning the tables and asking artists, What is ONE THING you wish more gatekeepers would incorporate into their selection process? Dana … [Read more...]
Cambridge playwright Amy Merrill collaborated with Iraqi artist Elham Nasser Al-Zabeedy to create "The Song Which Has Forgotten to Grow Older," a play with music. The play will be performed twice in June - Friday, June 15, 2018, 7 PM, Atlantic Wharf in Boston and Sunday, June 24, 2018, Arts at the Armory in Somerville - as part of Her Story Is, an evening of performances and … [Read more...]
Of Note: Nuestra Comunidad Community Development Corporation in Roxbury will be hosting a series of focus groups June 25-June 30, 2018. The organization is seeking Roxbury and Boston-based artists of all types to lend their vision to Oasis@Bartlett, a park and three-season performing space at the old Bartlett Station in Fort Hill, Roxbury. Artists interested in participating … [Read more...]