JAMESON & THOMPSON ALUMNI EXHIBITION
My Selections From a Symbology of Struggle posters are included in a group show of artwork by current and former employees of Jameson & Thompson Fine Art Services, 15 Greenview Ave in Jamaica Plain.
LUXURY CONDOS: COMING SOON
My piece titled BARF is now in the front window of Aviary Gallery, 48 South Street in Jamaica Plain, as part of a group show on displacement and gentrification. Opening reception is from 7-10pm, Thursday, 2 November.
PRIVATE SCREENING @ BU
Our experimental video project Voyeuges: Episode II has been selected for inclusion in the exhibition Private Screening at Boston University Art Gallery Annex, 855 Commonwealth Ave. Opening reception is October 19 from 6-8pm. The exhibition runs until December 10.
On view until November 11 at Urbano Project, 29 Germania Street in Jamaica Plain, is the retrospective exhibition Urbano Encounters. See inspirational and informative documentation of many past projects including my Freedom Trail on Trial and Mapping Exclusion projects.
NEW ZINELAND, 2017
The Egleston Art Factory Outlet will be open for business at the New Zineland fair on Sunday, 20 August, noon-6pm at the Cambridge Elks Lodge, 55 Bishop Allen Drive. Come get your art on – on the cheap!
My 2016 project Selections From a Symbology of Struggle is being exhibited in New York as part of TREMORS: “a multidisciplinary group show in response to recent political and social upheaval,” curated by Monika Lidia.
The opening reception is Thursday, 17 August, 8pm, at Point Green, 260 Java Street in Brooklyn. The show runs until 6 September.
MAKE SHIFT BOSTON WINDOWS
My 6-foot tall Selections From a Symbology of Struggle posters that were installed in the CityPOP Egleston windows are now at Make Shift Boston: “an affordable coworking space and event venue supporting social justice and creative community,” at 549 Columbus Avenue in the South End. Thanks to Benji Mauer for the opportunity.
The inaugural interactive public performance by Ascending Neighbors Togetherness Improvisational Freedom Arts Collaborative (ANTIFAC) will occur at the Egleston Square Peace Garden on Thursday, 10 August 2017, at 8pm.
Experience the magic of making movies, live and in person, with lights, cameras and action!
This is an experimental, improvised performance event, complete with projections, a live band, lights – the works! – and you can become a creative partner in the moment if you are moved to do so.
Come be inspired and entertained by a diverse set of artists improvising with their many talents and gizmos.
The second edition of Future-a-oke, a collaboration between Music as a Second Language and community artist Tim Devin, will be held at the Somerville Arts at the Armory on Thursday, 29 June 2017, 7-9pm.
Bust out your crystal balls and weave some yarns of life-moments to come at this open stage event. Sing us a song of your future, read us a poem of what’s up next. Channel your inner Nostradamus — the path ahead is yours for the taking!
CITY POP EGLESTON CLOSES
My yearlong residency at CityPOP Egleston ends on 31 May 2017. The residency supported much creative productivity, fruitful collaborations and community engagement with my artistic practice. Stay tuned for a more in-depth reflection upon the year of working in a shared studio and performance space in Egleston Square.
MARMION FILM FESTIVAL
The Marmion Film Festival was held at Marmion Center for the Arts on 27 May 2017, where Voyeuges Episodes I & II screened along with videos and animations by Kyle Browne, PJ Goodwin, Frank Hegyi, Carly Lieberman, and Rene Dongo. The festival was a smashing success!
I received a City of Boston grant from their new Opportunity Fund to support my community engagement work at CityPOP Egleston, specifically my Games to Cultivate a Creative Attitude monthly workshop series. In addition to a general audience of community members and artist peers, I held a workshop with fellows and faculty from the nearby Urbano Project to help generate ideas for their Spring semester work involving a Civic Nomadic Sculpture and addressing the programming theme: The Commons / The Other.