Art Radar Nov 27 – Dec 3

Art offerings are a little slim this week with everyone home for the holidays, but next week is going to be extra busy!

Saturday Nov 30

Adria Arch: Force Field  – Artist Talk & Closing Reception
When: Nov 30, 2 – 5pm, Artist talk @ 3
Location: Bromfield Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA

Sunday Dec 1

Deadline! Curatorial Proposal Series–Request for Proposals for Winter/Spring 2014 @ Gallery 263

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The SMFA Art Sale

It’s that time of year again, time for the annual sale at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston! The School Sale is great because it places the work of first year art students right next to the work of now famous alumni, all on view for potential buyers. The Sale is a commotion of fancy collectors, hopeful art students, walls crammed with art, and bins overflowing with unframed pieces. It’s a lot of fun. The Sale with be going on through Sunday Nov 24th, so be sure to stop buy and pick up some great.


Art Radar Nov 6 – 12

It’s a great week for openings! Check out the show I co-curated at the Aviary Gallery on Thursday!

Wednesday Nov 6

When: Nov 6, 8pm, Suggested $4 donation
Location: Film Department Screening RM 1 | 621 Huntington Ave. Boston MA

Thursday Nov 7

Selections from Carousel – Opening Reception  **This is where I’ll be!***
When: Nov 7, 6 – 9pm
Location: Aviary Gallery, 48 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA

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SOWA First Fridays November Photo Essay

First stop: Carroll and Sons Gallery.

You might know Karl Stevens from his show in the Hallway Gallery last month, or from his weekly comic that ran in the dearly departed Phoenix.  For his show in the Hallway Gallery he plastered both gallery walls with the originals from dozens of his comic pages. I’ve been a fan of Stevens’ work ever since I ran into him at the Massachusetts Independent Comic Expo (MICE) a number of years back. His comic work features witty and cynical wordplay combined with impeccably cross-hatched pen and ink drawings.

Artwork by Karl Stevens

Artwork by Karl Stevens


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