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Go & See: Tuesday 1 – Monday 7 October

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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 • • •

Thursday October 3

Brandeis University, Mandel Center for the Humanities, #303, 415 South Street, Waltham, MA
Print Culture: Past, Present, Future
The event brings together scholars, critics and editors to reflect on the history of the magazine, the intersection of visual and print culture, and the status of the periodical today. The first panel, on periodical studies, features Ann Ardis, Sean Latham, and Mark Morrisson. The second, on art and display, includes Gwen Allen, David Senior and Sina Najafi. Presenting on the final panel on the future of print will be Leah Price, Robyn Creswell, and Jeffrey Schnapp.
1- 6pm, followed by a reception, 6-7pm / Free

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Thursday October 3


From Andy Hammerand's The New Town Vol. 2

Houseboat Press, Vernon Street Studios, 3rd floor, 6 Vernon Steet, Somerville MA
Houseboat Book Release & One Night Library
Please join us for the release of two new books into the Houseboat family. We are taking this opportunity to showcase all of our books including upcoming projects and one-off oddities.
6-9 pm / Free

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Friday August 2


Photo: SoWa Artists Guild

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

• • • Exhibitions • • •

Thursday October 3 — Sunday January 5


Michael Zachary

Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square, Portland, ME
2013 Portland Museum of Art Biennial: Piece Work
Hours & Admission

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Friday October 4 — Sunday December 1*

Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts
551 Tremont Street | Boston, MA 02116


Mare Liberum, Liberum Dore — Susquehanna River, detail, 2010, photo by Kendra Sullivan

Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, 539 Tremont St Boston
About, With & For
The artists in this exhibition — many of whom work collaboratively — articulate various aspects of Folklife as a cultural precedent. Folklife encompasses all facets of self-organized creativity, including boatbuilding, collective mending, parading, storytelling, foodways and interactions with the built and natural environment. The millennium-old rituals of street spectacle are re-imagined, an abandoned library-turned-art incubator fosters a multi-part installation, historic watercraft built from salvaged materials are rendered seaworthy, and folks who fix things do just that in About, With & For. Exceeding the specific concepts of the art world discourse, this exhibition revels in the expanded possibilities of cultural influence in contemporary life.
About, With & For is Curated by Juliana Driever & features works by artists from New York and New England including Matt Bua, Dirt Palace, Clare Dolan/Museum of Everyday Life, Fixers Collective, HONK! The Festival of Activist Street Bands, Mare Liberum, National Bitter Melon Council and Jeff Stark.
Opening Reception: Friday October 4, 7pm. Featuring a live musical performance by Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society
Free and Open to the Public | Gallery hours: Wed, Sun 12-5pm | Thu-Sat 12-9pm

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Thursday October 3 — Sunday January 5

Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, 100 Northern Avenue, Boston
Amy Sillman: one lump or two
The first museum survey of works by New York—based artist Amy Sillman traces the development of her practice from the early use of cartoon figures and a vivacious color palette, to her exploration of abstract expressionism and growing concern with the bodily and erotic dimensions of paint.
Hours & Admission

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Tuesday October 8

Malden Public Library, 36 Salem Street, Malden, MA
Quiet, Please presents: Fresh Approaches to Public Art: The Smallest Museum in the World and Guerilla Benches in the Park 
"Quiet, Please" is a regular series of talks at the Malden Public Library about arts, cultures and other interesting things.
This month’s talk is hosted by malden resident Greg Cook and includes artists Judith G. Klausner, founding curator of the Mµseum—"the Smallest Museum in the World"—which opened in Somerville in August; Matthew Hincman, who snuck a curious double-backed park bench into Jamaica Pond in 2006; and Naomi Brave of Malden Arts, which organizes the annual Window Arts Malden. The talk will be followed by a tour of the library’s Converse Memorial Building art galleries with art curator Marysara Naczi.
7pm / Free


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