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BIG RED SHINDIG: Art on the Walls

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As we rapidly approach this Friday's Big Red Shindig (for which tickets are still available), we want to share with you examples from some of the great artists we'll be working with this year. We can't wait to see what they have in store for us at the Shindig. Don't miss out: online ticket sales end TODAY at 5pm. Tickets will be sold at the door—cash only—but availability is not guaranteed so we recommend that you purchase in advance.
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Sean Downey
Sean is a painter and a founding member of kijidome whose "work often depicts liminal spaces, somewhere on the cusp of a developed and a natural world"1 and was most recently exhibited in his solo show Hunker Hawser at LaMontagne Gallery.

Sean Downey, Orbiting the Hole, 2014. oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches

Liz Nofziger
Liz is a multimedia artist who received her MFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media at MassArt, was the former Managing Editor of ASPECT: The Chronicle of New Media Art, and is the current resident artist for the Boston Center for the Arts Public Art Residency. She has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards and was in the recent Twelve Nights exhibition at the Boston Sculptors Gallery.

Liz Nofziger, Penumbra III, 2013. Archival photographic prints on aluminum, 20×27 inches

Giovanni Giacoia
Originally from Italy, Giovanni is a 2014 MFA graduate of Boston University who uses the conceptual backdrops of heritage and artistic identity to explore his personal relationship to society and culture.

Giovanni Giacoia, Imitators of Their Own Existence, 2013. Acrylic on Canvas, 5x4 ft

Samo (Sam Okerstrom-Lang)
Samo is an interdisciplinary artist working with video, sound, and digital photography. This Friday we're honored to have him joining the festivities to provide some awesome, glitchy visuals.

 

 
Glitche from Sam Okerstrom-Lang on Vimeo.

Emma Rhodes
Emma is a recent BFA graduate from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design whose work blends natural and man-made fibers—often resulting in pieces that mimic industrial materials. Her most recent exhibition was Building Material at the Hallway Gallery this past spring.

Emma Rhodes, Building Material 6, 2013, Foil laminated fabric, foil tape. Dimensions variable

 

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