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Go & See: Tuesday 11 – Monday 17 March

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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Brian's Pick!
Wednesday March 12 - Saturday April 5*

Detail, Buy-o-chromatic, Amanda Nelsen, 200921 foot long coptic stitch, year’s worth of Boston Globe Direct fliers cut, folded, and arranged in chromatic scale

Nave Gallery Annex, 53 Chester St, Somerville, MA
Curated by: Jodi Colella
Practice explores artwork inspired by craft, and features highly skilled, process-oriented and conceptual works that require a high degree of proficiency and commitment — including drawing, photography, felting, installation, sculpture, bookmaking and storytelling.
Opening Reception:Wednesday March 12, 6-8pm, Free
Artist Talk: Friday March 21: 7pm / Free
Invite here.

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Leah's Pick!
Friday March 14

MassArt, Pozen Center, 14 Tetlow St, Boston
Black & White Party
The Black & White Party is Discover Roxbury's annual fundraiser to support local artists and advance arts education and programming in Roxbury. Net proceeds from the event directly support the operations of Roxbury Open Studios, the ArtROX! Hub, and other events in the ArtROX! series. Come experience a unique evening where the decor, artwork for sale, and food (to the extent possible) will all be black and white. This void of color serves to remind us all of how important artists are in bringing color to our lives. You'll be in the company of artists, art lovers, emerging fashion designers, and social leaders from across Greater Boston. Bring your business cards and creative energy for a night of mixing, mingling, and creative exploration with a diverse crowd where art, dance, and community collide.
6-10pm / $25 Purchase here.

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John's Pick!
Sunday March 9 — Sunday May 18

Danforth Museum of Art, 123 Union Avenue, Framingham, MA
Michael Mazur: Images from a Locked Ward
In commemoration of the life and work of Michael Mazur, with former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky and Gail Mazur, widow of the Artist
Poetry Reading: Sunday March 16: 3pm

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Friday March 14 - Friday April 25

SPACE Gallery, 538 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
Pat Falco: Last Place Ever
Reception: Friday April 4, 5-8pm, Free

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Clint's Pick!
Thursday March 13 - Saturday April 26

LAP Gallery, 289 Moody Street, Waltham MA
A WOMEN'S ARMS: Weapons, Documents, and Strategies
Abigail Newbold, Julia Parker, Emmy Bright, J.R. Uretsky, Elaine Bay, Sandrine Schaefer, Sophia Ainslie, Karley Klopfenstein, Katrina Majkut. Special Performance by YUNG ZILLA. Curated by: Robert Moeller
"Nine women examine, dissect, and push back (or lean into) a wide array of subject matter that first courses through their gender but ultimately is about their humanness. Problems aren’t solved but rather presented, ideas aren’t practical but instead potent -- an uncontrolled burn versus any real concern with measuring the heat. The work is personal and political, refined yet suspicious. It possesses a guarded optimism and is laced with humor. It goes to the core of how the world actually works and who felt what. And while the art collected here is filtered through a specific gender, ultimately, it about all of us. It is a story, in a sense; a sampling of what we have become, for better or worse. And yes, there are guns, and a tank…" [Source]
Opening Reception: Friday, March 14, 7-10pm / Free. Event Invite.

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