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Go & See: Tuesday October 29 – Monday November 4

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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:

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Wednesday October 30

MassArt, Tower Auditorium*, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
Matthew Brandt
"Los Angeles-based conceptual artist Matthew Brandt blurs the line between the photograph and photographed: his subject matter both visually and physically informs the work. Whether developing photographs of lakes and reservoirs with water from the sites or printing portraits of family and friends with their own sweat and tears, Brandt's deep understanding of obscure historical processes and his experimental approach allow him to create uniquely interconnected works that are revelatory and captivating." [Source: massart.edu]
6pm / Free
* ROOM CHANGE!

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Friday & Saturday November 2 — 3*

THE QUARRY, 68 Quarry Road, Acton, Ma
Containerman Music Expo
"In concert, over 20 Musicans play original compositions on 14 mechanical musica instruments in a 40-foot shipping container equipped with an electronic sound system and projectors. Container Man, a momumental kinetic sound sculpture, is the joint creation of Yin Peet & Viktor Lois installed in the specially built Red Box Performance Hall." [Source: THE QUARRY]
Tickets here.

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Friday November 1*

Editor Stephanie Cardon's Pick!

The French Cultural Center, 53 Marlborough St Boston, MA
Roundtable with Art Critic and Author, Catherine Millet
6-8pm | Members: $15 | Non-Members: $22 | Students: $15
RSVP Required (call 617-912-0400)
This event is presented in English and French.

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Friday & Saturday November 2 — 3*


© Distillery Gallery

The Distillery, 516 E 2nd Street South Boston
South Boston Open Studios
noon-6pm / Free

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Friday 1 — Sunday 3 November

Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square Somerville, MA
Boston International Kids Film Festival
"We live in a digital media era, with technologies that make consumers into producers, and that blur the distinctions between real and virtual connections. The creative opportunities are tremendous — and so are the challenges, especially for young people." [Source: bikff.org]
Tickets here.

• • • • Next Week • • •

Thursday November 7 — Thursday January 2


Pattern is Movement, computer-augmented sculpture, 2013

17 COX, 17 COX Court, Beverly, MA
Floor van de Velde, Score for a Color Field
Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Thursday November 7, 6-9pm


* Found on Big Red and Shiny's Listing page! Please consider listing your events with us here.

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