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BIG RED SHINDIG: Art on the Walls

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As we rapidly approach tomorrow's Big Red Shindig, we want to share with you work from some of the great artists we'll be showcasing. This year we're excited to partner with Kathleen Smith Redman, Exhibitions Director at the New Art Center in Newton, MA and Bridget Hanson Healy, Independent Curator, who are putting together a special selection of artworks—from a number of talented artists, many whom have been artists/curators for the NAC's Curatorial Opportunity Program—for viewing during this event in our first pop-up exhibition titled Exchange Codes: Boston and Beyond. We can't wait to see what they have in store for us at the Shindig. Online ticket sales have now ended, but tickets will be sold at the door—cash or check only.


Ashley Billingsley

Fire in the Woods II by Ashley Billingsley. Image courtesy of the artist

Fire in the Woods II by Ashley Billingsley

 

Dan Boardman

Dan Boardman, Photograph made in camera, 2014

Dan Boardman, Photograph made in camera, 2014

 

Peat Duggins

 

Marlon Forrester

Marlon Forrester "The Memory of The Just Is Blessed" digital print, 36"x48" 2015

Marlon Forrester "The Memory of The Just Is Blessed" digital print, 36"x48" 2015

 

Kevin Frances

Kevin Frances "Our Desktops: A Love Story" 2012, ceramic, screen prints, MDF, acrylic paint, 12' x 8' x 5'

Kevin Frances "Our Desktops: A Love Story" 2012, ceramic, screen prints, MDF, acrylic paint, 12' x 8' x 5'

 

Danny Goodwin

Danny Goodwin "Stapler Decoy" 44 x 52" Pigment Inkjet on Paper, Edition of 4, 2014

Danny Goodwin "Stapler Decoy" 44 x 52" Pigment Inkjet on Paper, Edition of 4, 2014

 

Cody Justus and Samara Pearlstein

Art World Universe set of 30. View of open pack with Villain Damien Hirst featured front and center.

Art World Universe set of 30. View of open pack with Villain Damien Hirst featured front and center.

 

Cathy McLaurin

Cathy McLaurin, You light up my life, 2014, satin, embroidery, drawing, and collected research

Cathy McLaurin, You light up my life, 2014, satin, embroidery, drawing, and collected research

 

Julie Miller

Julie Miller, animation still from o(63), 2011

Julie Miller, animation still from o(63), 2011

 

Sarah Pollman

Sarah Pollman, Oil paintings of domestic photographs purchased on eBay

Sarah Pollman, Oil paintings of domestic photographs purchased on eBay

 

Samuel Rowlett

Documentation of Itinerant Painter included in Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014 (Photo by A. Williamson)

Documentation of Itinerant Painter included in Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014 (Photo by A. Williamson)

 

Stephen St. Francis Decky


Where: Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts

When: Thursday, October 1, 2015.

VIP reception ($100 per person) from 6-7:30pm

General Public** ($20 per person) from 7:30-10pm

Libations are on us! This is an 18 and up event with drink tickets provided to guests who are 21 and up who show valid ID.

Special thanks from our friends at the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the ArtsPanopticon Imaging, and Foodie’s Markets, and from our new friends at Horizon Beverage.

Music for the event will be provided by DJ Jesse Kaminsky, DJ DayGlow, and the Beat Research resident DJs—Flack and Pace.

Big Red & Shiny is a volunteer-run nonprofit organization that relies on donations to operate. We strive to support Boston's diverse art communities, institutions, and writers through coverage and criticism, and believe that any creative endeavor, no matter how big or small, should be seen and discussed by our audience. To that end, we are committed to providing free access to all of the writing that we publish online without paywalls. Your ticket purchase will help to ensure that we are able to continue our mission by funding BR&S for another year.

**Those who purchase tickets in advance will have their names noted at the door for entry.

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Brian is an artist, educator and Boston-native and is the Managing Editor of BR&S, coordinating the editorial activities of the publication. He has a BFA from Tulane University in New Orleans and his MFA in Sculpture from MassArt. Brian is also an Assistant Lecturer and the Instructional Media Specialist for the Sculpture and Digital Media disciplines at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

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