Of Note: By Any Means Necessary: Boston Artist-Run Spaces Through the Decades, a panel discussion by organizers of alternative art spaces, takes place Wednesday, October 24, 6 PM, at the Boston University Stone Gallery. The panel features Marilyn Arsem (Mobius Artists Group), Mike Carroll (11th Hour Gallery), Timothy Bailey (Oni Gallery), and Meg Rotzel (Berwick Research … [Read more...]
Recent posts about the creative process, support for individual artists, and new art in Massachusetts.
Register to Vote The 2018 midterm elections are coming up soon. They will take place on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The deadline to register to vote in Massachusetts is Wednesday, October 17, 2018. If you haven't registered to vote, aren't sure if you are registered, or need to update your voter information, please go to the Massachusetts Online Voter Registration System! Of … [Read more...]
Fiber artist Adrienne Sloane's recent work, The Unraveling, is a hand-knit flag hung against the backdrop of the Constitution. Sloane is unraveling the flag in the timeline of the current administration so that the historic document is progressively revealed. She is committed to continuing to show and unravel this flag, stopping only should the administration end prematurely or … [Read more...]
Dance, Theater, Music, Opera, Spoken Word, Performance Art, Circus Arts, Traditional, Folk Performing Arts, Multi-Disciplinary Applications are currently being accepted from performing artists, groups of artists, and small performing arts organizations in the Greater Boston area to apply for funding in support of 2019 projects. The Boston Foundation's Live Arts Boston (LAB) … [Read more...]
Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program. Christopher Castellani, Danielle Legros Georges, Regie Gibson, David Valdes Greenwood, Gish Jen, Henriette Lazaridis, Mira T. Lee, Suzanne Matson, Jill McDonough, Anna Ross, and Adam Stumacher are all among the literary artists participating in the Boston Book Festival … [Read more...]