Browsing: Maggie Cavallo

Articles Amanda Williams, Pink Oil Moisturizer (Fall; Overall), 2014. From the Color(ed) Theory Series. Via
Art in Service: Quality

Since 2013 I’ve been focused—educatively, academically, artistically—on ‘socially-engaged art’ and the idea of learning in public.(1) Over the course of the last ten years, I’ve grown to understand the the site of my own work (as a curator, educator, artist…

Articles Jeff Smith, Beret Day (2001). Part of No Art / No Point. Courtesy of Fort Point Cultural Coalition.
Art in Service: A Conversation

Art in Service: a conversation between Leah Triplett Harrington of BR&S, Kate Gilbert of Now + There, and Maggie Cavallo of Alter Projects Last month, the City of Boston launched Boston Creates, its first-ever cultural plan. The ten-year plan aspires…

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Elsewhere: Caitie Moore

Boston is a transient city. Each fall, legions of artists enroll in graduate programs throughout the city to nurture their talents and connections, and approximately two years later, many move on. While they are here, some of these artists are…

Magazine We Are Responsible for Our Dreams
EVERYBODY’S LOOKING FOR SOMETHING at Boston’s Long Wharf, July 19, 2014
Kevin Clancy’s We Are Responsible for Our Dreams

At the invitation of Mobius’ Director Daniel DeLuca, artist Kevin Clancy embarked on We Are Responsible for Our Dreams, a nomadic three-week residency through Cambridge, Boston, Worcester, Providence, New York and Martha’s Vineyard lasting the month of July. The newest…

Articles A word cloud generated from Maggie Cavallo's "Build or Destroy" response to the Phoenix's "Gone Begging" article.
Why We Write

In 2003, artists Matthew Nash and C. Sean Horton began piecing together the concept for web-based publication that would eventually become Big Red & Shiny. It would be a forum for criticism and discussion on contemporary art in Boston that…

Articles The Picó and the piñata, 25 August 2012
Photo: Stephanie Cardon
One Spicy Party. To Go.

Press PLAY before reading: “When you’re done crying about how much everything sucks, you can find the rest of us at Picó Picante.” On a recent sunny Saturday afternoon, Maggie Cavallo’s public entreaty to get over and on with it…