BRINK V1

  1. BRINK V1
    Event on 2014-03-11 12:00:00
    The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) presents BRINK v1, on view in the Mills Gallery from February 13-April 13, 2014.

    BRINK v1, curated by Lexi Lee Sullivan, brings together four artists collaborative to explore ideas of itinerancy in contemporary photographic practices. These photographs build on the rich artistic lineages of travel, documentary and street photography, and show the influence of inspired peripatetics from Walt Whitman to the Beat poets, in prints that seem similarly unrooted. It is the first in a series of exhibitions dedicated to the emerging art in the Northeast and organized around a theme or subject determined by the invited curator.

    BRINK v1 features the work of Cole Caswell, Nelson Chan, Georgie Friedman, Houseboat Press and Scott Patrick Wiener.

    Mills Gallery Hours:
    Wednesdays: 12-5pm

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    Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays: 12-9pm
    Sundays: 12-5pm

    Opening Reception
    Thursday, February 13| 6-8

    Solar Exposures Workshop with Scott Patrick Wiener
    Saturday, March 15| 1-3pm

    Panel Discussion: Itinerant Photography
    Thursday, March 20| 7pm

    Hands-on Bookmaking Workshop with Houseboat Press
    Saturday, April 5| 1-3pm

    at Mills Gallery a the Boston Center for the Arts
    551 Tremont Street
    Boston, United States

  2. Bookshop Event: Childrens Bookmaking Party & Soberscove Press Book Launch
    Event on 2014-03-15 14:00:00

    To celebrate the launch of the new Artists Board Book series, published by Graham grantee Soberscove Press, the Graham Foundation Bookshop will be hosting a special event for children inside Judy Ledgerwoods immersive installation, Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation. This innovative series consists of 5 individually-authored books that playfully combine the conventions of the artists book with those of childrens board books. On March 15, 2014, children of all ages are invited to create their own board books, finding inspiration in the pattern, color, and ornament of Ledgerwoods vibrant wall painting and the Foundations historic Prairie-style Madlener House. Co-sponsored by Poetry magazine, the launch event will also include an artist-lead activity by Jessie Mott, author of Animals Dreaming.

    Soberscove's Artists' Board Books are sold individually, as well as in a Limited Edition Boxed Set. Titles include:

    Animals Dreaming by Jessie Mott

    Dunes at Noons by Brad Tucker

    Food Face by Carrie Solomon

    Mountain Ocean Sun by David Brainard

    A Sunny Day for Flowers by Zehra Khan and Tim Winn


    Soberscove Press seeks to make available art-related materials that fill a gap in the literature, are difficult to access, or are created in collaboration with artists. Our publications are intended for a general readership that thrives on intellectual curiosity and visual pleasure.

    Jessie Mott is a Chicago-based visual artist and writer whose work employs a menagerie of human, animal, and celestial forms. Motts work has been included in many solo and group exhibitions. Her collaborative animations with the artist and writer Steve Reinke have been screened nationally and internationally, and will be included in the upcoming 2014 Whitney Biennial. Mott received a MFA from Northwestern University and a BFA from New York University.

    Founded in Chicago by Harriet Monroe in 1912, POETRY is the oldest monthly devoted to verse in the English-speaking world. Harriet Monroes Open Door policy, set forth in volume 1 of the magazine, remains the most succinct statement of POETRYs mission: to print the best poetry written today, in whatever style, genre, or approach. The magazine established its reputation early by publishing the rst important poems of T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Marianne Moore, Wallace Stevens, H.D., William Carlos Williams, Carl Sandburg, and other now-classic authors. In succeeding decades it has presentedoften for the rst timeworks by virtually every significant poet of the twentieth century.

    at Graham Elliot
    217 Huron
    Chicago, United States

  3. Catbird Lane
    Event on 2014-03-09 11:30:00
    Catbird Lane New and Improved

    Purchase your all inclusive ticket into Catbird Lane and let us do all the work for you!

    Local DJ's will entertain inside the Catbird Lane area. Exclusive private marquees for corporate or social groups from 20 to 200 guests. Catbird Lane has its own private track viewing area just a short stroll away. Patrons are urged to decorate their private marquees and can discuss these options further. Balloons and other flyaway material are not permitted.

    Smaller groups are also encouraged and can be accommodated in a Shared Marquee, tables cater for 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 people. Private marquees cater for a minimum of 20 people. If an odd number is required please book through Ticketek on 6208 0180 or at a Ticketek agency, payment must be made at time of booking.

    Package Inclusions:
    – Complimentary admission;
    – Access to Catbird Lane, private marquee or reserved table in Catbird Shared
    – Shared bar with a 5 hour standard beverage package and RTD spirits;
    – A delicious central buffet menu; (Menu details available shortly);
    – Racebooks; and
    – Televisions, ACTTAB, Bookmakers and amenities close by, security and a fantastic lively atmosphere!

    Terms and Conditions
    – Bookings are essential.
    – Bookings close Friday 21 February 2014 due to catering and infrastructure arrangements.
    – Theming and decorating of marquees is encouraged however prior approvals are required.
    – No flyaway material or balloons in outdoor areas are permitted.
    – Refunds on Cancellations – Conditions apply.
    – Alcohol and sharp utensils are not permitted to be brought in to the race course.

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    at Thoroughbred Park
    Randwick Road
    Camberra, Australia

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