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ProBlak debuts Greenway mural ‘Breathe Life Together’
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ProBlak debuts Greenway mural ‘Breathe Life Together’
“Breathe Life Together” by Rob “ProBlak” Gibbs is the latest installment in the local artist’s “Breathe Life” series that illustrates Black children in moments of joy and empowerment.
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Artistic roots explored in MFA’s Art of the Americas reinstallation
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Artistic roots explored in MFA’s Art of the Americas reinstallation
Diverse stories are at the heart of the third floor reinstallation of the Art of the Americas wing at the Museum of Fine Arts. The reinstallation, titled “Stories Artists Tell: Art of the Americas, the 20th Century” acts as an artistic anthology, telling a different story in each gallery from Native perspectives of the Southwest to images of the midcentury jazz age.
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Boston’s Black artists resist racism, create community
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Boston’s Black artists resist racism, create community
Black artists in Boston are networking with one another and working to create their own artistic spaces and programs to resist a centuries-long history of racism in the city’s art world and find new ways to thrive within their careers and communities.
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South End artists fight eviction from historic cultural home
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South End artists fight eviction from historic cultural home
Neon signs declaring the Piano Craft Guild apartment block and studio space on Tremont Street an “art free zone” hint at the uncertain future remaining artist residents face.
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Eviction delayed for Black arts collective at Northeastern studios
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Eviction delayed for Black arts collective at Northeastern studios
Artists affiliated with Northeastern’s African American Master Artists in Residence Program (AAMARP) have called 76 Atherton St. their creative home for decades, but the university is now demanding that the collective vacate its workspace, citing numerous safety concerns and code violations.
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