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Go & See: Tuesday 20 – Monday 26 May

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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:

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Clint's Pick!
Until Saturday May 31

Sophia Narrett, An Origin of Dolls (detail), 2013-14, Embroidery Thread and Fabric, 46 x 56 in.

RI Convention Center, Exhibition Hall A, One Sabin Street, Providence
RISD Grad Show 2014
RISD’s annual Graduate Thesis Exhibition features work in a wide range of media created by 173 master’s degree candidates graduating on May 31.
12— 5pm daily / Free  & open to the public

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Clint's Pick!
Until Saturday June 14

Lincoln Arts Project, 289 Moody St., Waltham, MA
ARTIST AS ARTIST
What is the role of art and of artists in the contemporary moment? Directly addressing this question, new work by 3 artists from 3 cities: Jill Rogers-Jensen from Boston, MA, Cupid Ojala from Brooklyn, NY, and Matthew Craig from Philadelphia, PA. Curated by Kristen Mills
Artists Talk: Saturday May 31, 6pm
Opening Reception: Saturday May 31, 7-10pm
Free

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Stephanie's Pick!
Tuesday May 20

Café Fixe, 1642 Beacon Street (Washington Square), Brookline, MA
Our May Experimental Coffee House featuring: JOHN MALLIA
8pm / $5

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Leah's Pick!

Tuesday May 20
Boston Public Library, McKim Courtyard Room, 700 Boylston Street, Boston

mobius presents:
WHAT'S NEXT? (LINE BY LINE) a participatory performance by Aaron Lish
Are you ever nervous about what to say in a social setting? Don't worry because for this gathering we'll provide the script! Leave your anxieties behind and come explore what governs how we communicate, as you, the audience becomes the performers in this participatory event. Through the use of humor and participation, this work will explore how cultural norms regulate our communication patterns. What rules are in place that we aren't even aware of? And will they be broken tonight? Come find out!
7pm / Free

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Thursday 22 -Sunday 25 May

Fourth Wall Project, 132 Brookline Avenue, Boston
Trifecta: Year One
Fourth Wall Project is pleased to announce our final exhibitions at our 132 Brookline Avenue gallery. We've joined forces with Trifecta Editions, a locally based print collective, to present a three day festival of live painting, artist talks, demos and musical performances centered around a group art exhibition highlighting Trifecta Editions’ talented collaborators.

Artists include:
Greg Lamarche (SP.ONE), Nick Zaremba, Matt Zaremba, Khaldoun Hijazin, Faye Orlove, Brian Butler, David Buckley Borden, Gupi Ranganathan, Farel Dalrymple, Edie Bresler, Cyrille Conan, Masha Ryskin and Michele L’Heureux

Boston Printers’ Roundtable "Shop Talk" features:
Screenprinters AntiDesigns and Weinberg Design as well as letterpress printers from Valor Press and Union Press

Times & Details here / Free

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Wednesday May 28

Georgie Friedman, Dark Swell

Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green St., Jamaica Plain, MA
Presenter: Georgie Friedman
"Georgie Friedman creates gorgeous contemplations of weather and other natural phenomena using video and site-specific projections on architecture and sculptural forms. Each video concentrates on the natural light and movement of the particular element, while the installation aspects alter the visual properties, form, or context of the element. She creates experiential spaces for viewers that highlight personal and societal relationships to built, natural and digital environments. Join us as Georgie presents her work and methods." [Source]
7:30 pm / Free but space is limited. RSVP here.

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