Browsing: Boston Center for the Arts

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Interview with Artist Matthew Noonan

My first introduction to Matt Noonan’s paintings was an eclectic arrangement of oils with dense imagery and rich colors on wood or canvas in the group exhibition Arcadia: Thoughts on the Contemporary Pastoral, curated by Steve Locke and recently on…

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BIG RED SHINDIG

There are only two more days until our fourth BIG RED SHINDIG, our annual fundraiser and celebration of the launch of our new website. Again with generous support from our friends at the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, Panopticon Imaging,…

Magazine Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography at Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Labor in a Single Shot, September 19-November 30, 2014.
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Labor in a Single Shot

Labor in a Single Shot, a collection of documentary videos regarding work, is as straightforward as it sounds. On view this fall at the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, Antje Ehmann and Harun Farocki began curating…

Interviews Portrait of Andrea Pagnes & Verena Stenke / Photo: © Lorena Alcaraz M. / Mexico City,
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The Higher State: An Interview with VestAndPage

“Entering in this state allows me to increase endurance — prolonging the lasting and going into unknown territory — to discover things, situations or conditions previously unknown.” Verena Stenke and Andrea Pagnes have been working together under the moniker…

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Shufro Resigns from BCA

Big RED and Shiny has learned that Libbie Shufro, the President and CEO of the Boston Center for the Arts, resigned this week. In mid-February, the BCA’s newest Director of Development quit, after less than six months of employment. After…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: PRC & BCA

By BIG RED Print this article April, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at The Photographic Resource Center and the Boston Center for the Arts, for the openings of their CyberArts exhibitions. Images by James Manning.