The trees are coming into leaf Like something almost being said; The recent buds relax and spread, Their greenness is a kind of grief. Is it that they are born again And we grow old? No, they die too, Their yearly thick of looking new Is written down in rings
Exhibition Dates: May 30–June 29, 2019 Opening Reception: June 2, 4–6pm Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the birth of the Gay Rights movement, What color…the rainbow? seeks to open a dialogue, with exhibiting artists answering the questions: Where do you find yourself (or do you?) within
BAA Members’ Summer Show July 11 – August 17, 2019 Opening Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8pm In response to requests for a non-themed exhibition, all BAA members are invited to submit work inspired by or relating to the idea of “Everyone into the Pool.” Of course, the title could
The city-wide celebration of toy and lo-fi photography returns for its seventh year! Brickbottom Gallery is happy to host one of the Festival’s outstanding exhibitions, featuring work by artists from across the US and Europe. See the Festival’s web site for more details on exhibitions and related programming.
Green is the theme of the spring 2019 Brickbottom Artists Association (BAA) Members’ Exhibition. Show Dates: April 18-May 18 Opening reception: Sunday, April 28, 5-7 pm. “Call her green and the winters can not fade her,” said Joni Mitchell, and the artist members of the Brickbottom Artists Association are taking her
March 7 – April 6, 2019 Opening Reception: Sunday, March 10, 5-7pm “I Read the News Today, Oh Boy” features the work of three Boston artists who examine contemporary political and cultural trends: Linda Bond, Gary Duehr and Chantal Zakari. Linda Bond addresses issues of social concern, primarily the mediated
HUMOR, WIT, COMEDY & COMICS JANUARY 24 – FEBRUARY 23, 2019 Opening Reception: Sunday, January 27, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Humor can be strange, and sometimes objectionable. What makes one person roar with laughter may offend or even frighten another. This exhibition opens up a conversation about the broad spectrum of perceptions
Fearsome, weird, adorable, gorgeous, unsettling, horrifying, magical: Fairy tales meant for children can express the horrors or difficulties of reality, while transforming them into a more tolerable form. The works in this show range from delightful to dark, often encompassing both. Exhibition Dates: December 6, 2018 – January 12, 2019 Opening