Collective mural in the “Field Notes” exhibition made by Kate Holcomb Hale, Soyoung L. Kim and Stephen Hamilton. Photo by Celina Colby
I am so humbled to be a part of the show Field Notes: Teachers, Lovers and the Consciousness in Between and am thrilled with all of the press it's been reicveing. The show is up for one more week. Go see it before it comes down!
Powerful drawing show debuts at BCA’s Mills Gallery
Artists draw from teachers, lovers, and the past for annual BCA show
Field Notes: Lovers, Teachers and the Consciousness In Between @ Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts
Juried by: Chanel Thervil, Invited Curator and Juror
November 1 - December 22, 2019
539 Tremont St, Boston, MA
Opening reception: Saturday, November 9 from 6-9pm
About the Drawing Show: Since 1979 the Drawing Show has been a widely anticipated hallmark of Boston Center for the Art’s programming. This juried exhibition has allowed BCA to work with more than five hundred artists and invited curators. Proposals are welcome from all artists and designers who explore drawing as a medium in their work.
Curator’s Statement: Truth Teller. Observer. Disrupter. Activator of Possibility.
Since the first cave drawings ages ago, people have been trying to decide on the most accurate titles to describe the function of artists in society. The sentiments behind this exhibition are fueled by the James Baldwin’s quote, “The role of the artist is the same as the role of the lover. If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you can’t see.” In order to lift the veils of consciousness through their works, artists themselves are shaped into the role of lover by their past, present, and future.
Wed. & Sun. | 12-5pm
Thur.-Sat. | 12-9pm
Storytelling in Textiles @ The Martin Group
Juried by: Marni Katz
October 2-25, 2019
One Design Center Place, Suite 515, Boston, MA
Opening reception: Wednesday, October 3 from 11am-3pm
The Martin Group and Cambridge Art Association proudly present Storytelling in Textiles, a fiber art exhibition juried by Marni Katz. Inspired by designers from the The Martin Group, who use fabric, drum and other textile-based traditions to translate client stories into beautiful, functional living spaces, this show celebrates artists currently living and working in New England who use textiles to tell a story.
The show will be open during Boston Design Center's fall market.
Tue.-Sat. | 10am-4:30pm
Sun. | 12-4pm
Image: details of Susan Siefer's Landscape
Creative Capital: Building Collaborative Art Spaces
Saturday, September 22, 3:00pm
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition, A Few Conversations Between Women, and Boston University Alumni Weekend, this panel will feature alumnae of the College of Fine Arts who have started visual art galleries, collaborative projects, or arts practice studios that create opportunities, space, and dialog for women artists. Panel participants will represent both local and regional projects and discuss the importance of expanding one’s individual practice to one that is more collaborative in focus.
Angela Conant, Co-Founder, The Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn
Erika Hess, Co-Founder, Musa Collective, Boston
Nina Bellucci, Co-Founder, Musa Collective, Boston
Adrienne Elise Tarver, Director of HAS Gallery at Harlem School for the Arts in Harlem, New York and Residency Advisor for Brooklyn Art Space/ Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn.
Moderated by Lynne Cooney, Artistic Director Boston University Art Galleries
September 4–28, 2018
808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
Opening Reception: Friday, September 7 from 6:00-8:00 pm
A Few Conversations Between Women stimulates an inter-generational dialogue of women artists working across a myriad of mediums and at different stages of professional development. This group exhibition explores the artistic voices of the women visual arts faculty of the College of Fine Arts and underscores the importance of mentorship of and between women. Participating faculty members were asked to select the work of a former mentor or recent alumnae they have advised to be presented alongside their own. The exhibition highlights the conversations that arise through these channels of influence and examines the multiple artistic lineages of women artists affiliated with the College of Fine Arts.
To find this event on Facebook, click here. For a list of related events and programs, visit the BU Galleries website.
Gallery Hours: Tue.-Sun. 12-6pm
Image (from left to right): Nona Hershey, Shift (detail), 2017, graphite and gouche on paper, 40″x40″; Breehan James, Red Rock Lake (detail), 2017, oil on canvas, 50″x60″; Madeleine Bialke, Into the Fold (detail), 2018, oil on Canvas 22″ x 18″; Leeanne Maxey, The Choice (detail). 2018, egg tempera on panel, 9″ x 11.75″.
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