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#FirstFriday: 4 January 2013


This month's #FirstFriday is filled with work sure to make you forget your Winter blues.

Tonight from 6:00—9:00pm at their Brattle Campus in Cambridge (Washburn Hall — 10 Phillips Place), Lesley University opens their MFA Biennial Exhibition Objectified featuring work by over 100 alumni of the Art Institute of Boston’s MFA Program. The Museum of Fine Arts Boston also hosts its MFA First Friday event tonight from 6:00-9:30pm, featuring DJ Holtie. Tickets available online through their website or in person at the museum, 21+.

As always, the SOWA District art galleries (450 Harrison Street) will be open with new and continuing shows from 5:00pm-8pm. The SOWA galleries and artists’ studios are FREE and open to the public of all ages. Of note tonight, Forms of Identity, a group show of senior MassArt Fibers students opens at Kingston Gallery, Boston Sculptors celebrates their 20th anniversary, and David Curcio continues at Laconia Gallery.

Some of the Big Red & Shiny team will be out on the town tonight. Look out for the #FirstFriday hashtag. Say hello!

Meanwhile, here's a run-down of what you can find tonight at the SOWA Galleries:

Boston Sculptors Gallery
Height, Width, Depth, Time: Boston Sculptors Celebrates Twenty Years
Tomorrow evening is the first of 2 PechaKecha events with the gallery's artists.

Bromfield Gallery
SOLO 2013: Kelly Goff Break Down; Lauren Cotton THE INSIDE OUT

Carroll & Sons
Sandy Litchfield What Blooms in the Rubble; Sage Sohier About Face

Chase Young Gallery
Treacy Ziegler Memory of Space

Galatea Fine Art
Joan Mullen Spring Convergence; C J Lori The Narrative Landscape; Caryl Gordon Mass Masonry

Anthony Greaney
Justin Beal, Sarah Braman, Jedediah Ceasar, Sarah Conaway, Bill Jenkins, Sean Kennedy, Anya Kielar PURE SMOKE CULTURE

Gallery Kayafas
Brett Angell Addicted to Sadness; Adam Davies Liminal Spaces

Kingston Gallery
Forms of Identity: Work by MassArt Fibers Seniors; Mary Bucci McCoy In All

Laconia Gallery
David Curcio I Wouldn't Worry About It

Patty Chang, Tim Davis, Regina José Galindo, Daniel Gordon, Robert Gober, Kelly Kleinschrodt, Kirsten Stoltmann, Betty Tompkins, Anne Severson, & Rohan Wealleans the origin of the world /\ the force of the source \/ the cause of the vigor; sübsamsøn Resident Artist Carlos Jiménez Cahua

Soprafina Gallery
January Salon - 2013: Mostly Large Work

Vessels Gallery
Winter Whites; Drawings by Jo Ann Rothschild

Howard Yezerski Gallery
Karl Baden Roadside Attraction; Sam Trioli Brumaire

Steven Zevitas Gallery
Nancy White New Work


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