Friday, September 7, 2012
The Boston Arts Festival (ähts) will feature dozens of local artists and several performances at the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park on Sept. 8th and 9th. Meanwhile, Charlestown's Art in the Park will feature 60 artists in City Square on Saturday.
Boston's vibrant local arts scene will show its colors this weekend, when dozens of Boston-based contemporary artists and several performances will be on display as part of the 10th annual (ähts): Boston Arts Festival. Closer to home, 60 artists who are mostly associatated with the Artists' Group of Charlestown will display their wares in City Square Park on Saturday. Outside of the town, a specially designed artists village located at the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park (105 Atlantic Ave.) on Sept. 8th and 9th will showcase more than 60 local visual and contemporary artists. See here for the full list of participating artists. “Boston’s vibrant arts and cultural sector is unique and each year we look forward to celebrating the …
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Olivia Browning hosts StoveFactory benefit.
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Wednesday, August 8, 2012
The following was taken from a newsletter distributed by Olivia Browning of Charlestown. The Children's Chair Project: Meet the Artists & View the Chairs Summer Gathering! Benefitting the Charlestown Artist's Group/StoveFactory Details: August 8th (tonight) at Olivia Browning from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (20 City Square, Charlestown) Refreshments and Appetizers! Raffle tickets are $10.00 a piece—with the prize being one of the Chairs! All proceeds benefit the Artist Group of Charlestown's StoveFactory Gallery. Olivia Browning is selling Raffle Tickets, but checks must be made out to AGC or Cash ($10 per ticket). The Raffles will be drawn at their Annual Gala on October 20, 2012.
Friday, November 4, 2011
'All for the Pulp of It' features 30 artists around the theme of paper. Show opens this weekend.
Today is Friday, Nov. 4. Here are five things you need to know today. 1. There's a new show opening at the StoveFactory Gallery on Medford Street this weekend. The “All for the PULP of It” exhibition features more than 30 artists’ work which -- all of it “on” or “about” paper. There's an opening reception tonight. For more details, check out the event listing. 2. Are you banking locally? If you're not, columnist Jack Kelly says you should be. Read his argument for moving your money. 3. Did you lose a gold watch on Halloween? I heard from a Patch reader that her son came home with a woman's gold watch in his candy bag -- and she'd like to return to its rightful owner. If that's you, get in touch with me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll …