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Go & See: Tuesday July 30 – Monday August 5

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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

Tuesday July 30

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA
Considering the Future: A Discussion with Andi Sutton
Join WORK OUT artist Andi Sutton’s story telling circle. As each participant selects an action, person, animal, plant, or social structure that they either mourn, fear, or hope will become extinct in the near or the long term future, a poignant discussion emerges about the changing earth, changing landscape, loss, and extinction.
3pm | Free w/ Admission

Friday August 2

Photo: SoWa Artists Guild

SoWa, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston
SoWa First Fridays
5-8pm / Free

• Exhibitions

Thursday August 1 — Thursday October 3


I've Just Begun to Tell You (detail), Randy Garber, 2013

Cox Gallery, 17 Cox Court, Beverly MA
Randy Garber, I've Just Begun to Tell You
Reception & Reading by Gerald Shea: Thursday, August 1, 6 - 9 pm
Trimpin Reception: Thursday, September 5, 7 pm
Closing Reception: Thursday, October 3, 6 - 9 pm
See hours here / Free

Thursday August 1

Samsøn Projects, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston
Rose Cherubini
Samsøn is proud to present an exhibition of custom bridal dresses and ball gowns by fashion designer Rose Cherubini. For the month of August of 2013 to commemorate her 100th birthday, her work, archives and other materials will be on view.
Special Opening Reception w/ Artist: Thursday August 1
5-8pm / Free

Screenings

Thursday August 1 — Sunday August 25

Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston
The Films of Wong Kar-wai
For show times & Admission see here

• Next Week

Monday June 3 — Thursday August 8

Montserrat College of Art, Montserrat Gallery, 23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA
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
Hours: Monday—Wednesday 10—5pm, Thursday, 10—6pm, Friday 10—1pm / Free

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