Aida Villarreal-Licona is the Events Coordinator for SoWa Boston’s Art & Design District. She was in today to talk about their holiday shopping event this Thursday December 15 from 4-8 p.m. at 450 Harrison Avenue. A great opportunity to help local artists and get some holiday shopping done! More
On Saturday, December 3 from 6-9 p.m., Distillery Gallery at 516 E. 2nd St. in Southie is holding a benefit for Standing Rock. Director Pat Falco and Curators Olivia Ives-Flores and Oliver Mak were in studio this morning to talk about this free event. More
Natalie Lemle was in to talk about ArtLifting, a program that aids homeless and disabled artists. Currently, 72 artists in 11 states are receiving 55% of all profits from your purchase of their artwork and photography. Click “more” to hear my chat with Natalie and to see work from one of the artists. More
Singer-songwriter and Lexington native Amanda Palmer made quite a scene outside the main branch of the New York Public Library (NYPL) Thursday.
She posed nude and eight months pregnant while painted in the style of artist Damien Hirst’s statue Verity.
Shortly after the conclusion of Wednesday morning’s meeting between NFL officials and Tom Brady in New York court regarding the quarterback’s Deflategate punishment, one of the courtroom sketches was released.
This is Aaron Blaise.
Is there any more American an image than George Washington crossing the Delaware? What about George Washington fighting off a horde of zombies?
Go to a coffee shop often enough, and you’re bound to see the same people again and again. That’s especially true for coffee shop employees, who quickly learn the names, orders, and mannerisms of their regulars. Amberlynn Narvie has gone a step beyond that — she has spent the last year painting a series of portraits of the regular customers who frequent the Dunkin’ Donuts she has worked at for the last three years in Beverly. More
Jason Landry of Panopticon Gallery was back in studio this morning talking about ‘Guitar Heroes: Photographs from Behind the Six String,’ which will open on Friday, March 20. Jason described the exhibit, which will include a related raffle and benefit concert. More
With the Super Bowl just around the corner, a little friendly Seattle and Boston rivalry seems to be coming up everywhere — even between art museums. More