Spring 2018: April 27 - May 6

Tagged: “Artist Talkback”

“Mud Blue Sky” Open Rehearsal and Cast Q&A

“Mud Blue Sky” Open Rehearsal and Cast Q&A

Go behind-the-scenes to watch a trio of Boston’s finest actresses at work in the rehearsal room. Leigh Barrett, Adrianne Krstansky and Deb Martin will headline MUD BLUE SKY, a contemporary comedy by Marisa Wegrzyn. ArtWeek visitors will have the chance to watch the women in action under the direction of Bridget Kathleen O’Leary, live in […]

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Urbanity: Behind the Scenes

Urbanity: Behind the Scenes

Preview Urbanity’s Spring Revue at a closed rehearsal and Q&A with Urbanity Dance! Meet the company, watch the creative process and see what no one else will until June. This event is free, but pre-registration with a “ticket” is required as we are limited to hosting 15 guests.  

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Shop Art – Mother’s Day Bazaar

Shop Art – Mother’s Day Bazaar

Special for ArtWeek, join us for an artist talk from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. and review artisans’ slide shows and any other media projected on the walls during Into Your Art Inc.’s Mother’s Day Bazaar on May 8, 2016 from 11:00am – 4:00pm. The Bazaar will display and sell jewelry, accessories, ceramics, pottery, body & beauty products, […]

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Creative Casting

Creative Casting

SOLD OUT: This event has sold out! Join sculptor Marilu Swett in a participatory exploration of casting. This session features a mini-talk by the artist, including a visit to her sculpture Untitled (Whale Heart) on display in Sizing It Up: Scale in Nature and Art, followed by a casting demo and workshop in which participants get […]

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Gallery Exhibition Opening and Conversation

Gallery Exhibition Opening and Conversation

PAAM invites the public to a Gallery Conversation with exhibiting artist Constance Black and curator Elisabeth Pearl to discuss Constance Black: Toward Abstraction on view at PAAM April 8-May 30, 2016.. This Gallery Conversation is free and open to the public. Constance Black came to Provincetown in 1950 to study at the Cape Cod School of Art […]

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Behold: The Art of Adornment

Behold: The Art of Adornment

The Midway Gallery in collaboration with the Fashion Department at Lasell College is honored to present its second annual gallery and runway show. Using various mediums, artists embrace the many interpretations of beauty through a unified vision of art and fashion. The aesthetic of an artist differs through each of their work, but the desire to […]

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Working with Editors

Working with Editors

Behind the Scenes: Working with Editors Panel Discussion. The author/editor relationship is vital to creating a good book. How they work together can make or break the final result. Join authors Karen Day and Gary Braver, and editor Rohma Abbas. Panel will be moderated by author, editor, and playwright Devon Ellington. Books supplied by Titcomb’s […]

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DIY a Side Table+Wine & Cheese

DIY a Side Table+Wine & Cheese

Don’t miss this fun hands-on DIY workshop where you’ll create your own unique side table by re-purposing reclaimed wood, salvaged antique spindles, and marble from Restoration Resources. Fee covers table, all table materials, wine, cheese, refreshments and presentation in the event venue, Circa. If you love Pinterest and want to tackle unique projects, this workshop […]

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What I Make; How I Made It – Gallery Reception

What I Make; How I Made It – Gallery Reception

At Miranda’s Hearth, we believe that making is a meaningful act which is why we’re hosting “What I Make; How I Made It,” a juried exhibition presented in connection with #WhatIMake: The Conference on April 16, 2016. The exhibition displays a variety of artwork, from conceptual pieces to formalist process-orientated works to crafts to non-traditional […]

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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Distinguished Argentine-Israeli photographer Miki Kratsman has worked in the Palestinian Occupied Territories for over three decades, documenting the evolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including its daily effect on the Palestinian population. In Kratsman’s view, the accumulated documentation of this difficult daily routine is more significant—and more disquieting—than single images of dramatic events. Kratsman will discuss […]

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