UFORGE Gallery is pleased to present an exciting new exhibition for the month of May, a retrospective dedicated to local artist and teacher Brenda Atwood Pinardi. A prolific and versatile artist, Pinardi taught at UMass Lowell for over three decades, where she encouraged students to live confidently as artists. She passed away in 2010, but her spirit lives on in both the people she inspired and the art she left behind. UFORGE Gallery honors her legacy with this retrospective, highlighting…Find out more »
BOSTON, MA – UFORGE Gallery is pleased to present a new group exhibition for the month of July, titled “Identity.” Despite attempts at objectivity and distance, it could be argued that all methods of expression are somehow personal, somehow related to the hand of the maker. For many artists, their identity is inextricably linked to their artwork, incorporating elements of biography, personality, gender, race, and sexuality. For others, it is hinted at in their process or use of material. For…Find out more »
In Section III of this 6 part It's All Connected series, we will cover how to successfully and clearly communicate with the public in order to engage an audience and entice newcomers to your brand. Finding a consistent voice in marketing, artist statements and bios, and considering content when posting online via your website and social media will be covered, along with learning to protect yourself via contracts and other business documents. Gaining confidence when it comes to writing and…Find out more »
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