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John Wilson and Black Figurative Tradition in American Art

Join us at the Dillaway-Thomas House at Roxbury Heritage State Park for this enlightening talk about Roxbury native John Wilson, renowned printmaker and sculptor! Edmund Barry Gaither, director and curator at the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, will explore the powerful role that Wilson’s art played in the formation of Black figurative […]

A Free Celebration of Veterans at the Boston Athenæum

Free and open to all: Dr. Ginny Badgett highlights military history within the Boston Athenæum’s Special Collections. From Generals Washington and Knox through World War II, examine a selection of fine art, posters, prints, and other materials that depict and celebrate the service members of the United States Armed Forces. Featured artwork: The News, 1945. […]

Open Air Art Exhibit at the UU Urban Ministry

Join us on Sunday, Oct. 17th from 11am-6pm at 10 Putnam St. Roxbury for an OPEN AIR ART EXHIBIT, free to the public and hosted by the UU Urban Ministry. Event Details can be found on our website. This event is part of our Roxbury Artist Amplification Project, and will feature the work of many […]

August 12, 2021 Ribbon Cutting for Nadia’s Boutique in Mansfield, MA 02048

NEW BUSINESS OWNER IN MANSFIELD MASS (NADIA’S BOUTIQUE) 3 attachments (572 KB)Download allSave all to OneDrive NADIA’S BOUTIQUE, 191 N. MAIN STREET, MANSFIELD, MA 02048 BUSINESS NUMBER: 508 339-0012 I AM HAVING A RIBBON CUTTING AUGUST 12, 2021. Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sunday Closed. Directly across from Stan’s Barber Shop and right […]


Grove Hall In Color: A Community Celebration with Artists and Creative Friends Open to the public. For ALL Ages and Stages! When: Saturday, July 31st 1pm-6pm Where: 48 Geneva Avenue, Roxbury/Dorchester line, Grove Hall (the vacant lot across from the Grove Hall Public Library) Why: To Inaugurate “GROVE HALL’S ART MECCA and Honor Community Arts Icons” Who: MassArt’s sparc! […]

Cantabrigia Award

The inaugural Cantabrigia Award grants two writers or artists a $1,000 stipend and resources (in-house editing, design, and printing) valued at $4,000, geared towards the production of a publication. No submission fee! We are particularly interested in conceptually driven projects that include: artist books, essays, poetry, fiction, how-to manuals, public policy briefs, and more. Deadline to […]

Transformative Inspirations

Through studying the works of 3 filmmakers, we will learn the role of community and storytelling for Black Queer and Trans people. With a close look at themes, techniques and traditions utilized by directors Anne Lescot, Laurence Magloire, Marlon Riggs and Baillie Walsh, we will be able to explore the power of community globally and […]

Voices of the Future Exhibition: Presented by Artists for Humanity

Artists for Humanity Presents: Voices of the Future Exhibition, an outdoor art exhibition featuring works done by teen artists in the community, sponsored by Groma and hosted and catered by the Haley House Café and Bakery. The event will feature 20-30 pieces of artwork available for purchase by anyone, with proceeds to be donated to […]

THIS IS NOW! An Art Projection Series

THIS IS NOW! An Art Projection Series October 23-24-25/2020 in Uphams Corner, Nubian Square, Jamaica Plain, from 7:30PM-9PM. Over three consecutive evenings of inspired art, projected on well-known Boston landmarks—the talent, feelings and concerns of Artists For Humanity painters, designers, and animators will be shared for all to see! Our “intersectional” times call for our […]

Boston’s Apollo: Meeting Thomas McKeller at the Gardner

The Isabella Gardner Museum’s Visiting Curator of Performing Arts, Helga Davis, has created a special evening reflecting on the life and times of Thomas McKeller (about 1890-1962). The program delves into the complexity of the man and his legendary work with John Singer Sargent through historical record and creative embodiment. Get $5 off when you buy online, […]

Amplify Latinx: Three Kings Day Celebration at MFA First Fridays

Kick-Off 2020 at our Three Kings Day Celebration! Join us for a Three Kings Day celebration in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. There is a lot to celebrate and we want you to be part of this special occasion! MFA First Fridays is on the first Friday of each month from 6–9:30 […]

You Might Be Right: New Paintings by Ingrid Scheibler

You Might Be Right: New Paintings by Ingrid Scheibler Piano Craft Gallery 793 Tremont St. Boston, MA (262) 215-7140 Gallery Hours Fri: 6-8, Sat. and Sun. 12-5, Jan. 3-26. Opening reception Friday Jan 3, 6-9 pm, Closing Reception, Jan. 26, 2-4 pm. Scheibler’s large-scale, bold and graphic paintings invite the viewer into the paintings’ energetic […]

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