|CALLS FOR ART,
NEW EXHIBITIONS, STUDIO SHARE, EXTREME IRONING
Well hello Bruce,
Barone really liked the personalization feature
of this new email thingie so this week he gets to be
part of everyone's greeting! This week we are all just
a little bit Bruce.
Bruce's hobbies include Photography, Ferret racing,
Swahili and Extreme Ironing. (NOTE- Trying too hard
to sound interesting by listing unusual hobbies on your
CV can backfire and freak out potential employers, according
to new research on the BBC).
It seems to me that any guy who irons atop Mt Everest
(pictured) is not afraid of a silly little automatic
name-fill-in feature on an email. Or clowns,
for that matter. ~Mo
CALL FOR SINGLE
Curated video and animation show looking for work related
to future transportation systems, gender and transportion,
feminism and transportation, and social aspects and construction
of transportation systems, real and imagined. Preliminary
work accepted on DVD or mini-DV, final work on mini-DV.
be screened at the Society for Literature, Science, and
the Arts Conference June in Amsterdam, 13-16 June, 2006.
In addition, it will be screened at the 119
Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts
Deadline is April 1, 2006.
Send tapes or DVDs to:
c/o Astrodime Transit Authority
119 Chelmsford Street
Lowell MA 01851
for more questions contact: email@example.com
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
at 38 Cameron is accepting submissions for 2D or wall-mounted
work of all mediums for a group show March and April of 2006.
Submissions of up to 5 images in CD or slide form may be sent
by Feb the 8th with a $25 submission fee made out to "38 Cameron"
Gallery at 38 Cameron
38 Cameron Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
Get your laugh
on at Girls! Girls! Girls!
from around the region featured in comedy showcase
Jan. 28, at 8 p.m., at PACE in Easthampton, comedy aficionados
can get a heaping helping of what they seek most: sweet, sweet
Girls! Girls! Girls!: A Night of Women Comics sets
the comedy stylings of Emily Singer, Nikki Carr, Bethany Van
Delft, Kathleen Kanz, and Ann Podolske at center stage. Local
comic Jennifer Myszkowski hosts and produces this comedy showcase,
which is but one in an ongoing series.
(Note: The show features only women, but welcomes all audience
members: male, female, and anywhere in between.)
Tickets for this event are $10 in advance and $12 at the door,
and are available by calling 413-527-3700 or visiting the
This event is intended for mature audiences only.
The details in short:What: Girls! Girls! Girls!: A Night of
When: Saturday, September 24, 2005 at 8 p.m.
Where: The Pioneer Arts Center of Easthampton (PACE), 41 Union
Cost: $10 in advance; $12 at the door
For more info
on the comics, contact Jennifer Myszkowski: firstname.lastname@example.org
or 413- 297-1110
For more information on the venue, contact Sonia Fried Oppenheim:
email@example.com or 413-527- 3700, or visit www.pioneerarts.org.
at Zea Mays Printmaking presents:
- February 28, 2006
at Zea Mays Printmaking presents:
Matters - An Installation of Prints, Drawings
and Text by Meredith Broberg
Spaces - Monoprints by Margaret Jean
are January 20 - February 28.
The public is invited to attend an Opening Reception
with the artists on Friday, February 3, from 5:30
The gallery is located at 221 Pine Street, on the
third floor of the Arts and Industry Building in Florence,
are: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 12 - 5, Wednesday:
12 - 8, the first and third Saturdays and Sundays of
the month: 12 - 5, and by appointment.
AT TABER GALLERY @ HCC
- February 16, 2006
Paintings and drawings: a combination of abstracts and narratives.
Gallery Talk & Reception February 1, 11-1, Artist's
talk begins at noon
nataka bia [pombe] baridi Gari Baiskeli Pikipiki Gari la
moshi Mashua Ndege [Eropleni] Petroli Fundi Kahawa Chai
na/bila maziwa/sukari Hatari!
TRANSLATION: I'd like a cold beer, Car, Bicycle, motorbike,
Train, Boat, Aeroplane, Petrol, Mechanic, Coffee, Tea, with/without,
The snowman, he is fluent in Swahili.
@ WILLIAM BLIZZARD GALLERY AT SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE
- February 17, 2006
Blizard Gallery at Springfield College is exhibiting Conway
Ann Taylor Gibson's recent work in a solo show called
"Invocations", January 23 - February 17, 2006.
The reception, which is open to the public, will be Sunday,
February 5, 2-4 pm, at the Gallery.
Gibson, a sculptor who has worked with found natural materials
for nearly 30 years, is exhibiting two series of altars using
bamboo and encaustic wax.
Also in the
Eleonora Lecei, "Affirming the Body", Jan 23- Feb. 17,
RECEPTION Feb.5, 2-4 PM
"In a society dominated by technological progress, mass
production and globalization, I choose to work with the
human figure image in traditional media. In my work I am
holding on to a lingering humanity. My work is apocalyptic,
yet hopeful. The most radical thing I can do in a capitalist
system that exploits bodily needs is to affirm the presence
of the body. My sculptures are not real people but they
affirm "real" space suggesting remnants of humanity.
AVAILABLE @ ONE COTTAGE STREET
February 1, 2006.
large two-story space, big windows, heat included, hot and
cold running water in studio, total approximate size is 1000
sq feet. Price for half is $170.00 per month. Phone: 247.3023
For movie rentals this month, we really
Jamoka krumps, clowns, breaks it on down.
Last other week we reallyreallyreally liked,
--->From Ruth West Jr.-"My lastest art
project just went live! Slippercam.....
Or lying around during my sabatical eating
bonbons in my slippers. The big question
for the day is will I be able to carry my
slippers to Egypt?
Slippers (and others will be updated at
least twice a week so check back!)
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