Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Visual & Performing Art Around Fort Point

The FP3 Gallery presents Josh Falk | Small Worlds: Looking Glass.

Opening Reception:
Thursday, April 13
6:00-8:00 pm
FP3 Gallery
346 Congress Street

Growing up in and around a small industrial city that was surrounded by rural landscapes, mixed media artists Josh Falk has always been influenced by the juxtaposition of these two worlds and the often subtle ways in which they overlap. As if the city itself was a living terrarium, Falk would learn and respect the ways in which two opposites could naturally coexist and complement one another throughout his life. More details

The FPAC Gallery presents Big Red & Shiny show's Teenaged, a group exhibition of thirteen artists in celebration of the independent contemporary art magazine's thirteen years of publication.  In Teenaged, BR&S features artists who have contributed to the diversity of art making in some way, be it their own writing, or profiles, interviews, or reviews of their visual work. This sampling of art making in Boston demonstrates the vitality of contemporary art practices in the city. The show runs through April 22, 2017.

Opening Reception
Thursday, April 13
6:00- 8:00 pm
FPAC Gallery
300 Summer Street

The Fort Point Theatre Channel presents On With Living and Learning's (OWLL) Unsafe All Around: Excerpts from Humanity Not Statistics through the eyes of seven middle school girls from six Boston schools and in collaboration with Sisters on The Move. Unsafe All Around is a workshop performance with original music composed by the Sociedad Latina Youth Music Ambassadors. More details

April 14, 2017
8 pm
Midway Artist Studios
15 Channel Center Street
FREE Admission & Light Refreshments

OWLL is a collective of artists who use art for activism. OWLL brings together underrepresented women and at-risk youth with community elders and teaching artists in leadership workshops that culminate in culturally specific theater productions focusing on the social justice issues most relevant to the participants. OWLL’s collective art serves as a basis for deep community listening, transformation, and the development of a new narrative for participants’ and their communities’ future.

Get ready to dance. The Fort Point Theatre Channel presents The Liz Borden Band. A melodic rock band with a love of vocal harmonies, a dose of punk, and a punch of attitude... Playing original songs, some new ones, even crossing the Dixie line...

Saturday, April 22, 2017
7:30 PM
Midway Artist Studios
15 Channel Center Street
FREE Admission & Light Refreshments

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