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Go & See: Tuesday 11 – Monday 17 September


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 11 September
Café Fixe, Brookline
Non-Event presents Kevin Micka + Mark Pearson Duo
Local multi-instrumentalists/instrument designers Kevin Micka and Mark
William Pearson build aleatoric and improvised hallucinatory
soundscapes using prepared guitars, homemade electronics, cassettes
and voice. Kevin and Mark also perform together in the long-running
sculpture-project-cum-rock-band Neptune as well as in Kevin's Animal
Hospital Ensemble. As a duo, their explorations rely on simultaneous
deft impulse and the choice of making discerning minimal movements. At
times, the results are pretty funny.
1642 Beacon Street (Washington Square)
8pm / $5

Wednesday 12 September
Montserrat College of Art, Beverly
Kenji Nakayama speaks @ Hardie Building Room 201
11:30AM / Free and Open to the Public

Wednesday 12 September
Northeastern University, Boston
William Wegman, speaks @ Blackman Auditorium
6 pm / Free / RSVP to: art.design@neu.edu

Wednesday 12 September
Somerville Arts Council, Somerville
salon-style discussion of Masculinity NOW, photos by Caleb Cole and Jesse Burke curated by Francisco de la Barr
7:30-9pm / Free

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 September
South End Open Studios, SoWa
• Boston Center for the Arts 539 Tremont St.
• 450 Harrison Ave., 535 Albany St.
• 35/59 Wareham St. and 46 Waltham St.
11am - 6pm / Free & open to the public / MBTA orange line to Back Bay

Additionally, at 59 Wareham St:
One Hundo Limited, artwork for one hundred dollars by:
Carlos Jiménez Cahua, Stephanie Cardon, Leah Gadd, Susan Metrician, James Mustin, Bahar Yurukoglu
11am - 6pm

Saturday 15 September
Somerville Arts Council, Somerville
Project MUM: Dance Party under McGrath
Saturday, Sept. 15, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Monday 17 September
Opus Affair, Boston
We have a charitable drinking game we like to play each month: the Punch Bowl Fund. Join us at the bar and donate $5 (cash) to the fund and you’ll get a drink ticket for a glass of punch and a ballot to vote for one of three featured non-profits. The organization with the most votes will get a donation for the total amount raised that night—winner take all! We’ll go until we run out of time or punch…whichever comes first (I’d bet on the latter). In other words: be early, be thirsty. This month we’ll be featuring:
Big Red & Shiny  Come & Support BR&S!!!
Cambridge Concentus
Bad Habit Productions
6-9pm / Free / RSVP here.

Tuesday 11 – 16 September
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present
Times vary. $11/$9

Monday 17 September
Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge
Double Tide by Sharon Lockhart: Sharon Lockhart and Jen Casard in Conversation
7pm / Special Event Tickets $12

Exhibitions: opening this week

Wednesday 12 September - Saturday 1 December
MassArt, Boston
Zandra Rhodes: A Lifelong Love Affair with Textiles
12 – 8pm / Free
Opening Reception: Monday Sept 24 September, 6-8pm / Free and Open to the Public

Thursday 30 August - Sunday 7 October
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University
Circa 1963
Opening Reception Thursday 13 September
5:30 – 6:30pm / Free and Open to the Public

Thursday 13 September – Saturday 3 November
SMFA, Boston
Something Along Those Lines, Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery
Reception: Thursday 13 September, 6–8 pm / Free and Open to the Public

Saturday 15 September – October 13
Proof Gallery, Boston
Alice Vogler: Time on View
516 E. 2nd Street Second Floor,
South Boston, Massachusetts 02127
Performances every Wednesday, 7-8pm. 9.19 / 9.26 / 10.10
Opening Reception: Sat Sept 15, 7-9pm

Thursday 13 September
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University
Michael Wang: Differentiation Series
Jesse Aron Green: Aranoia Places its Faith in Exposure
Performance at 6pm / Reception 5:30-6:30pm / Free and Open to the Public

If you want your event to be considered for Go & See please add it to our listings!\

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