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Solo exhibit ‘Rose B. Simpson: Legacies’ opens at ICA/Boston
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Solo exhibit ‘Rose B. Simpson: Legacies’ opens at ICA/Boston
Dynamic sculpture artist Rose B. Simpson opens her first solo show in Boston at the ICA, running Aug. 11 through Jan. 29. Utilizing ceramic sculpture, performance, installation, metalwork, writing and other media, Simpson reflects on the human condition, particularly under colonial rule. 
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East Boston public art fuses metalwork and community
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East Boston public art fuses metalwork and community
In collaboration with Now + There, artist Rhea Vedro has begun a three-part public art project titled “Amulet” that starts with community workshops in East Boston and culminates in a series of bird-inspired steel sculptures installed at City Hall Plaza.
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Simone Leigh: Giving shape to the lives of Black women
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Simone Leigh: Giving shape to the lives of Black women
Oval and circular shapes dominate Simone Leigh’s sculptures, semi-abstract female figures in terra cotta, bronze and ceramic that exude the power of totems. 
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Alejandra Cuadra Sanchez: Sculpting a sense of belonging
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Alejandra Cuadra Sanchez: Sculpting a sense of belonging
Alejandra Cuadra Sanchez’s exhibition “Pasajes de Pertenecer” (Passages of Belonging) at Boston Sculptors Gallery probes what it means to be from a place and what we owe to the earth we live on.
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RCC ceremony celebrates the legacy of artist John Wilson
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RCC ceremony celebrates the legacy of artist John Wilson
John Wilson’s dynamic sculpture “Father and Child Reading” has sat on the Roxbury Community College campus since 1990. The college commissioned the piece in 1985 and it’s been a symbol of the power of education and interpersonal relationships for decades. Now the sculpture is receiving a commemorative plaque and a rededication ceremony to honor its value for the campus community.
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