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:
Sunday 23 December
Stitch Up at the Pop Up (part 2)
2201 Washington Street, Roxbury, MA (Dudley Square)
The intersection of Social Media, Art, History, Culture, and Economic Development.
Although no knitting or stitching experience is required, the organizers will have materials on hand and help those who are interested in learning.
1:00PM - 2:30PM / Free
Wednesday 19 December — Sunday 27 January*
Boston Sculptors Gallery, 486 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA
Height, Width, Depth, Time: Boston Sculptors Celebrates Twenty Years
Boston Sculptors— 36 members and 15 alums — together for the first time ever, to celebrate 20 years of innovative contemporary sculpture!
Opening Reception: Thursday 20 December
6-8pm / Free
Thursday 20 December
Bartos Theater, 20 Ames Street, MIT, Cambridge
In the Holocene Film Screening
Superstudio: Life Supersurface (1972) & Ceremony (1973)
Daria Martin, Soft Materials (2004)
Daria Martin, Sensorium Tests (2012)
6:30pm / Free
Sunday 23 December
Harvard Film Archive, Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge
4th Annual Vintage Christmas Show
Take a break from shopping and running around on this Sunday before Christmas and join us for the fourth annual program of vintage films celebrating the season! This year we include a murder mystery feature, a George Kuchar video diary and a few short comedy classics.
2pm / Free
Wednesday 19 — Sunday 23 December
Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding
Times vary / $7 MFA members, seniors, and students | $8 Nonmembers
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Monday 31 December
First Night Festival
Boston’s First Night Festival of the Arts, annually showcases the work of 1,000 artists in 200 performances and exhibits at 35 indoor and outdoor venues located throughout the downtown area on New Year’s Eve. This signature Boston event is the oldest and largest of its kind in North America, typically attracting about one million people from throughout the region. The day-long celebration runs from 1 pm to midnight each year on December 31. In addition to the broad range of lively music, dance, theater, visual art, and film programs offered, First Night’s traditional activities include a Family Festival at the Hynes Convention Center, a Grand Procession down Boylston Street, colossal ice sculptures that dot the city’s landscape, and a spectacular fireworks display at midnight.
10am-midnight / $15. Buy your button here.