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Jamaica Plain photographer Robin Radin and Woods Hole artist Jon Goldman are currently exhibiting their work at The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in the 2nd floor Northwest lobby gallery. The BCEC is located at 415 Summer Street in Boston. The exhibit will run from February 9-May 27, 2019. There will be a reception, which is free and open to the public on Wednesday, February 20 from 6-8pm. The exhibition's curator Caitlin Foley writes:"Radin and Goldman employ their work as…Find out more »
The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts is proud to present its Spring 2019 Faculty Exhibition, “Taking Form: Fibers & Fabric,” showcasing work by 3 fiber arts faculty members and local artists: Jodi Colella, Merill Comeau, and Kristina Goransson. The exhibition is on view at Galatea Fine Art from February 27th through March 31st. Gallery visiting hours are Wednesdays - Sundays from 12pm - 5pm. ‘Taking Form’ showcases works at the intersection of fiber art and sculpture: narrative-based textile…Find out more »
New Repertory Theatre presents the New England Premiere of Cardboard Piano, a riveting new drama written by the in-demand young playwright, Hansol Jung. March 23 - April 14 at the Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St. Watertown, MA 02472 Tickets $25-$67. Students $15-$22. Discounts for groups 10+, senior citizens, military personnel. Free tickets available for WIC/EBT cardholders. For ticketing questions, please email email@example.com. Post-show discussions available after many performances. Set in Northern Uganda at the turn of the…Find out more »
The Curley School 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders will be putting on the Disney musical "Winnie the Pooh" and it is open to the public! There is no ticket purchase necessary though there is a suggested donation of $5 per person or $20 for a family of five or more. The performance takes place on Thursday, March 28 and Friday, March 29 at 6 pm in the Curley School Auditorium. Photo credit: Maria BarlettaFind out more »
Join the Moonlighters’ Club Podcast for our 2nd celebration of entrepreneurship on Friday, April 5th, at Turtle Swamp Brewing in Jamaica Plain. Six local entrepreneurs will explain the ups and downs of growing their own business while working a full-time job. Please come to hear their stories and to network in an up-and-coming brewery. Turtle Swamp Brewing will have delicious craft beer flowing and we encourage you to grab a brew before or during the event. Admission is free and the event is open…Find out more »
Attention educators* Come by the KidsBuild! Construction Yard after the city has been completed to stock up on recycled art materials for your classroom or craft room. Available samples will vary but may include cardboard boxes, tubes, fabric and architectural materials. *and everyone!Find out more »
Wearable art has been around since before there was fire. Students learn the fundamentals of casting metal through direct casting into cuttlefish and carving wax. The whole process is covered from creating a mold, burning out the wax, watching molten metal fill the mold, cleaning and finishing. Silver is included for the initial project, additional silver is available for sale. Students should bring their lunch or money for lunch at Ula Cafe (walkable) where we take a group at lunch…Find out more »
Banned in Boston, the annual comedy and music revue hosted by WGBH's Margery Eagan and Jim Braude, is Rehearsal for Life’s signature fundraising event. For one-night-only, local Boston celebrities, media personalities, politicians, and business, arts and community leaders rally together to put on a show of hilarity, musical satire and skits. The show supports Rehearsal for Life’s Urban Improv program using theater as a vehicle for social change. Since 1992, the interactive program has engaged over 75,000 young people…Find out more »
Excerpts from Duke Ellington’s Sacred Jazz presented with a combined adult choir and soloists from People’s Baptist Church, teens from Boston City Singers, Paul White jazz trio, a narrator, and a tap dancer, at Bethel A.M.E. Church, Jamaica Plain and People’s Baptist Church in Roxbury. Presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston Neighborhood Arts series.Find out more »
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