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Redefining What “Art” Can Be

What does “art” mean to you? If you ask any one of our event hosts this question, you will likely get a wide range of responses. ArtWeek has not only doubled in size over the last year, but it has also expanded its reach by embracing experiences that fit many interests. In the first few days […]

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ArtWeek Kicks Off Its Fall 2014 Season!

Today marks the beginning of ArtWeek Fall 2014. It’s hard to believe only a year ago ArtWeek was launched with less than half of the events of this current season. To celebrate the one-year anniversary of ArtWeek, the ArtWeek team brainstormed how to kick off ArtWeek in the most unique way possible – and what […]

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Make Way For Duck Boat!

On Thursday, September 25, from 11:00am to 11:20am, a blue duck boat will make its way around the Boston Common area, promoting a number of ArtWeek events through various pop-up peeks! If you spot our ArtWeek duck boat, take a picture and post it to either Facebook, twitter, or Instagram and tag @ArtWeekBoston for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Annie […]

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Lifeforce Energy – An Artful Yoga Class

Sneak Peek: Lifeforce Energy: an Artful Yoga Class in the Mills Gallery Join us on May 4th for a unique opportunity to simultaneously experience mind, body, music and art.  Taking place at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Mills Gallery at 10 am, this multi-disciplinary yoga class allows participants to become immersed in the BCA’s […]

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Art BINGO

Meet the Art BINGO artists The Art Connection received over 80 submissions from 35 donors for Art BINGO.  Our jurors, Randi Hopkins of the Boston Center for the Arts and Frank Roselli of Soprafina Gallery, collaborated to select 12 artworks by 12 artists… one for each of the games of Art BINGO. After their session, our dozen […]

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Nordlig Vinter

Piteå, Sweden. A small town tucked away in the northern part of the country, most noted for its at times smelly paper mill. It was an unassuming place for so many musicians to thrive. But, we did. Charles and I met in 2010 when our percussion mentor, Anders Åstrand, introduced us via email. I had […]

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