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Comics in Color Festival highlights BIPOC comic artists
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Comics in Color Festival highlights BIPOC comic artists
This weekend, visitors to the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Roxbury might spot some unusual characters. The center’s typical runners and basketball players will be replaced with superheroes, steampunk warriors and anime adventurers during the annual Boston Comics in Color Festival celebrating stories by and about people of color. and about people of color.
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Banner [virtual] Art Gallery
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Banner [virtual] Art Gallery
This is the fourth in a weekly series presenting highlights of conversations between Boston artist Paul Goodnight and leading Black visual artists in New England. In this week’s podcast, Goodnight interviews painter Lucilda Dassardo-Cooper.
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Banner [Virtual] Art Gallery
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Banner [Virtual] Art Gallery
This the second in a weekly series presenting conversations between Boston artist Paul Goodnight and leading Black visual artists in New England.
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New Roxbury center will lift up Black and Latino arts and culture
A new celebration of culture is coming to town in the form of the Greater Roxbury Arts & Cultural Center, a long-awaited space in Nubian Square that will celebrate Black and Latino culture and art.
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‘Cedric Harper: ANCESTRAL LANGUAGE’ at BCA probes language, environment
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‘Cedric Harper: ANCESTRAL LANGUAGE’ at BCA probes language, environment
At first glance, the works in “Cedric Harper: ANCESTRAL LANGUAGE,” running at the Boston Center for the Arts through April 15, look minimalistic. But on closer inspection, these intricate pieces reveal layers of texture, paint and symbolism.
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Danielle Abrams, 54, multidisciplinary artist
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Danielle Abrams, 54, multidisciplinary artist
Multidisciplinary artist and professor Danielle Abrams, who worked in performance, installation, drawing and collage, and who taught at Tufts School of the Museum of Fine Arts, passed away on Thursday, April 21, 2022 at the age of 54.
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Gardner Museum curator plans inclusive programming
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Gardner Museum curator plans inclusive programming
Helga Davis’ new term as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s visiting curator for the performing arts may be only a year, but she’s in it for the long haul. Davis comes to the museum with an extensive resume in theater, music and fine art, and she has big plans for inclusive, diverse programming for the 2018–19 season.
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Steve Locke honors Freddie Gray with public art installation
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Steve Locke honors Freddie Gray with public art installation
Boston-based artist Steve Locke’s latest project is an installation called “Three Deliberate Grays for Freddie (A Memorial for Freddie Gray),” to be placed on the Anne H. Fitzpatrick Façade of the Gardner Museum on Evans Way on Tuesday, June 26.
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Artist Alexandre E. explores the U.S. through nature
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Artist Alexandre E. explores the U.S. through nature
When painter Alexandre Emmanuel Henrique emigrated from Brazil in 2004, it was nature that introduced him to the United States. Through his travels all over the country, particularly in California and New England, the artist discovered landscapes, animals, insects and phenomena he had never encountered in South America. These discoveries inspired “Elements,” an exhibition at Piano Craft Gallery in Boston through June 24.
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