Browsing: Mills Gallery

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Alida Cervantes: Majas, cambujas y virreinacas

Majas, cambujas y virreinacas by Alida Cervantes, currently on view at the Mills Gallery and curated by Candice Ivy, presents a series of works which integrate Mexico’s racially and socially charged colonial past with personal experiences and investigations of the…

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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,…

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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…

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Thank you & goodnight!

By The Editors October 03, 2012     Dear readers and supporters & to those of you who were present on Saturday night & to the people and venues that made it happen: our heartfelt thanks. The Big Red &…

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Last Minute Shindig Info

So with our Kickstarter at 126% funded we have a lot to celebrate. Thank you again for your generosity and don’t forget to come to the free Shindig tomorrow evening at the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts. Everyone…

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Big Red Shindig Performance Previews

It’s not a Shindig without performance art! Here’s a preview of our illustrious line-up. Jessica Gath is no stranger to Big Red & Shiny. In 2010, BR&S was there at MEME Gallery to cover her performance The World Famous Secretary…

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Party Time!

Hey party people! Saturday we will be throwing all of our readers a FREE Shindig at the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts! Some important facts- Saturday, September 29, 2012 Mills Gallery 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 From…

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Kick us: hard!

Wherein the reader learns of their part in this story. When the practical reality of running a Journal-Blog set in, the question of how to replenish our coffers came up. We turned to Kickstarter because its model offers a lovely…