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Go & See: Tuesday 6 – Monday 12 August



Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see this week:

• Events

Thursday August 8

Harold Feinstein, Coney Island Teenagers, 1949. Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery

Panopticon Gallery, 502c Commonwealth Ave, Boston
In Conversation With Harold Feinstein
Panopticon Gallery has partnered with the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University to co-host an In Conversation with Harold Feinstein, moderated by Jim Fitts.
6-8pm | Free, RSVP by emailing: info@prcboston.org

• Exhibitions

Wednesday July 3 — Friday September 20

The Griffin Museum at Digital Silver Imaging, 9 Brighton St, Belmont, MA
Miah Nate Johnson, Perceptions
Opening Reception: Thursday August 8
6—8pm / Free

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Monday June 3 — Thursday August 8

Montserrat College of Art, Schlosberg Gallery, 23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA
Just Happy To Be Here
Opening Reception: Thursday August 8
6-8pm / Free

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Wednesday August 7 — Saturday September 7

Seven: A Performative Drawing Project
Seven artists who are invited to draw directly onto one of seven walls in the Montserrat Gallery, over a seven-week time frame, June 3 — August 8. Each artist participating in this exhibition will individually contribute work to one of the seven walls in the gallery. This exhibit focuses on each artist’s performative and personal approach to creating his or her site-specific artwork. During each weekly installation the gallery will be open allowing for viewers to witness the artist’s practice.
Closing Party: Thursday, August 8
6-8pm / Free


Friday August 9

Space Gallery, 538 Congress Street, Portland, Maine
Q&A with John Hargrove, a former Sea World trainer who is featured in the film.
7:30pm / $6 for students/members | $8 general

• Next Week

Thursday August 15

MIT, E15, Bartos Theater, 20 Ames St, Cambridge
Ampersand: A WMBR & List Concert Series presents: JULIA KENT
The debut of Ampersand: a concert series hosted by WMBR Radio and the List Visual Arts Center. The inaugural concert presents headlining artist Julia Kent, an electroacoustic cellist from NYC who uses looped and layered cello recordings to explore the relationship between human creations and nature. The opening artist will be Luke Damrosch, an electroacoustic percussionist and visual artist from Providence, MA.
7:30—10pm / $3 w/ MIT ID | $5 General. Tickets at door.

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Friday August 16

Steve Locke, on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston.

Highland Street Free Fun Fridays
On this day, Museums & Cultural venues free!

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Springfield Museums
USS Constitution Museum
Edward Gorey House
Berkshire Museum

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