The second art gallery closing in two months was announced Thursday by the Nave Gallery Annex just outside Somerville’s Davis Square, following the December closing of Out of the Blue Art Gallery Too in Cambridge’s Central Square.
Visual and performing artists in all media are invited to participate in the 10th annual citywide Cambridge Arts Open Studios. Registration opens Jan. 15 and ends March 15, but there are discounts for artists beating an early registration deadline of Feb. 15.
Photographer and video artist LaToya Ruby Frazier spent a dozen years on a project documenting the effects of industry on Braddock, Pa., and its environment and people. But it was an easy investment of time to make; it’s her hometown.
Community Supported Art, which operates like farm shares that support local agriculture, is back with a new crop of artists for 2017, introduced at a free Harvest Party from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The Out of the Blue Art Gallery, home of all-ages rock shows, literary events, women’s wrestling and of course plenty of local artists and craftspeople, must move Dec. 1. To help it make the transition, the venue is hosting a party, feast and silent auction.
A $6.9 million gift from an anonymous donor to Lesley University will be used to expand its College of Art and Design’s curriculum in animation, digital filmmaking, illustration and graphic design.
The banners of “We Were Here” are part of a larger public art initiative titled “Common Exchange” designed to showcase the Cambridge Common’s recently completed $6 million renovations and to “celebrate the notion of connectivity and pathway making.”
The popular art installation “Play Me, I’m Yours” is back through Oct. 10, placing pianos available for use by anyone throughout Boston neighborhoods and at several locations in Cambridge, with most done by Cambridge artists.
It’s a cheap shot to wander an art gallery saying, “My kid could have done this,” but a free exhibit coming to the Chandler Gallery at Maud Morgan Arts ensures parents are right – in fact, their kids may be among the artists on display.
Let the sudden difficulty getting restaurant reservations and influx of black gowns serve as a reminder this year not just that Harvard is graduating a new class, but that Cambridge gets a gift for having hosted it: free two-day admission to the Harvard Art Museums.