Open studios events are great opportunities to experience and support artists working in your very own neighborhood. Check out these April, May, and June Open Studios events in Massachusetts*. SoWa Artist Guild First Friday Open Studios (monthly), April 5, May 3, and June 7, 2019 Western Avenue Studios (Lowell) Open Studios (monthly), April 6, May 4, and June 1, … [Read more...]
Recent posts about the creative process, support for individual artists, and new art in Massachusetts.
Of Note: MassCreative invites all artists to participate March 26, 2019, in Creativity Connects: MASSCreative Arts Advocacy Day. This is an opportunity to show our state political leaders that arts and creativity should be an expected, recognized, and valued part of everyday life! Plus, if that isn't enough, the event includes a march from Emerson Paramount Center to the MA … [Read more...]
Periodically, we pose questions about issues artists face in their work and lives. This month, we're revisiting a question we first posed to artists in 2013: How do you use online platforms as an artist? Judith Motzkin, ceramic and mixed media artist I value direct, personal contact. Using MailChimp, with signup forms on my sites, I send occasional e-blasts to the whole … [Read more...]
Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program. Animated films by the late Karen Aqua (Film & Video Fellow '11) will screen at the ICA Boston, with live soundtracks by Ken Field (Music Composition Finalist '17) and the Ken Field Alto Sax Quartet plus drum (3/22, 8 PM). The two artists were married until Karen … [Read more...]
Short Plays The Huntington Theatre Company will be hosting a Bake-Off Play Reading. The Bake-Off is a great chance for both professional and amateur writers to flex their muscles. Bake-Offs are 5 minute plays that are written quickly, on an assigned theme, and include assigned elements. This year’s theme is Romeo and Juliet. On March 18th they will host a reading of the … [Read more...]