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  • 8/24Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Wednesday, August 24, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
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  • 8/25Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Thursday, August 25, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

      Read more...

     
  • 8/25The Sun Shines Today Also+

    Thursday, August 25, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



    Gallery Reception: August 10, 6:00‒8:00 pm

    Artists:

    Lillian P. H. Kology ’14
    Dave Olsen ’09
    Billie Mandle ’08
    Bruce Myren ’91
    Chelsea Welsh ’13
    Michael Zachary ’08

    Curated by Stephanie Dvareckas ’12

    Mankind has a boundless fascination with the natural world and its many interrelated, oftentimes enigmatic facets. There is much we don’t know about the planet we inhabit, which is a phenomenon that begets intrigue and the pursuit of understanding. Humans possess, simultaneously, trepidation toward the unknown and reverence for it, while artists in particular have long sought to examine our natural world and the role we play within it. The show’s title, an excerpt from a quote by transcendentalist and Massachusetts native, Ralph Waldo Emerson, communicates this preoccupation. This exhibition is a sampling of MassArt alumni who consider that paradoxical relationship, visually and conceptually.

    About the curator:

    Stephanie Dvareckas ’12 is the art consultant for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority based here in Boston. She is also the assistant director of Boston Cyber Arts a non-profit organization fostering understandings and exploration in media and digital arts. While earning her BFA in the Studio for Interrelated Media program at MassArt, Stephanie worked in the professional galleries on campus preparing her for future work in the curatorial field. Check out Stephanie’s ongoing curatorial projects at both the Boston and Hynes Convention Centers, and the Art on the Marquee project in the seaport.

    Building: Tower
    Gallery: President's Gallery
    Hours: On view through September 17, 2016
    Contact Name: Patrick Luteran
    Contact Emailalumni@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617.879.7020
    Sponsor: Alumni Relations
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infowww.alumni.massart.edu…

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  • 8/26Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Friday, August 26, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

      Read more...

     
  • 8/26The Sun Shines Today Also+

    Friday, August 26, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



    Gallery Reception: August 10, 6:00‒8:00 pm

    Artists:

    Lillian P. H. Kology ’14
    Dave Olsen ’09
    Billie Mandle ’08
    Bruce Myren ’91
    Chelsea Welsh ’13
    Michael Zachary ’08

    Curated by Stephanie Dvareckas ’12

    Mankind has a boundless fascination with the natural world and its many interrelated, oftentimes enigmatic facets. There is much we don’t know about the planet we inhabit, which is a phenomenon that begets intrigue and the pursuit of understanding. Humans possess, simultaneously, trepidation toward the unknown and reverence for it, while artists in particular have long sought to examine our natural world and the role we play within it. The show’s title, an excerpt from a quote by transcendentalist and Massachusetts native, Ralph Waldo Emerson, communicates this preoccupation. This exhibition is a sampling of MassArt alumni who consider that paradoxical relationship, visually and conceptually.

    About the curator:

    Stephanie Dvareckas ’12 is the art consultant for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority based here in Boston. She is also the assistant director of Boston Cyber Arts a non-profit organization fostering understandings and exploration in media and digital arts. While earning her BFA in the Studio for Interrelated Media program at MassArt, Stephanie worked in the professional galleries on campus preparing her for future work in the curatorial field. Check out Stephanie’s ongoing curatorial projects at both the Boston and Hynes Convention Centers, and the Art on the Marquee project in the seaport.

    Building: Tower
    Gallery: President's Gallery
    Hours: On view through September 17, 2016
    Contact Name: Patrick Luteran
    Contact Emailalumni@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617.879.7020
    Sponsor: Alumni Relations
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infowww.alumni.massart.edu…

      Read more...

     
  • 8/27Mission Hill Mandala+

    Sparring Partners Exhibition Windows
    Corner of Huntington & Longwood Avenues
    Saturday, August 27, 2016



    The Sparring Partners summer exhibition features the art work of 13 students from Mission Grammar School. These student-artists, ranging in age from 7 to 12, created personal mandalas representing who they are and what they love. In creating these mandalas each student became the center of their own visual universe, and illustrated their personal story.

    Sparring Partners is a collaboration between CACP, Harvard School of Public Health, Mission Hill Main Streets and Mission Hill community members.

    Hours: On view through August 30, 2016
    Contact Name: Elena Belle White
    Contact Emailewhite@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: (617) 879-7527
    Sponsor: Center for Art and Community Partnerships
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infomissiongrammar.org

      Read more...

     
  • 8/27The Sun Shines Today Also+

    Saturday, August 27, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.



    Gallery Reception: August 10, 6:00‒8:00 pm

    Artists:

    Lillian P. H. Kology ’14
    Dave Olsen ’09
    Billie Mandle ’08
    Bruce Myren ’91
    Chelsea Welsh ’13
    Michael Zachary ’08

    Curated by Stephanie Dvareckas ’12

    Mankind has a boundless fascination with the natural world and its many interrelated, oftentimes enigmatic facets. There is much we don’t know about the planet we inhabit, which is a phenomenon that begets intrigue and the pursuit of understanding. Humans possess, simultaneously, trepidation toward the unknown and reverence for it, while artists in particular have long sought to examine our natural world and the role we play within it. The show’s title, an excerpt from a quote by transcendentalist and Massachusetts native, Ralph Waldo Emerson, communicates this preoccupation. This exhibition is a sampling of MassArt alumni who consider that paradoxical relationship, visually and conceptually.

    About the curator:

    Stephanie Dvareckas ’12 is the art consultant for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority based here in Boston. She is also the assistant director of Boston Cyber Arts a non-profit organization fostering understandings and exploration in media and digital arts. While earning her BFA in the Studio for Interrelated Media program at MassArt, Stephanie worked in the professional galleries on campus preparing her for future work in the curatorial field. Check out Stephanie’s ongoing curatorial projects at both the Boston and Hynes Convention Centers, and the Art on the Marquee project in the seaport.

    Building: Tower
    Gallery: President's Gallery
    Hours: On view through September 17, 2016
    Contact Name: Patrick Luteran
    Contact Emailalumni@massart.edu
    Contact Phone: 617.879.7020
    Sponsor: Alumni Relations
    Open to the public: Yes
    Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.
    More infowww.alumni.massart.edu…

      Read more...

     
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