Exhibits Production Gallery

Nov 10, 2014 “Drawn From Within” is a group show featuring a rather unusual group. Group shows often display the work of contest winners or artists represented by a single gallery, but the common thread that bonds these exhibition participants is their connection to a neighborhood non-profit. The Agassiz Baldwin Community is mounting its second annual all-agency exhibition in which employees—including... more
Oct 10, 2014 At the Chandler Gallery, you can almost hear the waves lapping at the shore. Having spent many childhood summers by the water, Wendy Prellwitz is fascinated by how the weather, the seasons, the time of day and the tides change the surface of the sea. “When you’re attached to something, it just pops up over and over [in your artwork],” says Prellwitz, and her prints are the product of hours spent... more
Sep 16, 2014 Join the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music for a varied and exceptional afternoon showcasing the talented musicians and artists of the 25 Lowell Street community. The afternoon will feature a concert from the faculty of the New School of Music at 3pm, followed by a light reception in the Kathryn Schultz Gallery. The afternoon provides an opportunity to connect with local... more
Sep 8, 2014 CCTV STUDENT EXHIBITION, SCREENING AND RECEPTION SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2014Photography Exhibition Opening - 5:30PM Video Projects Screening - 7:00PM CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY TELEVISION 438 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE CAMBRIDGE, MA 02139 Cambridge Community Television is proud to announce an exciting event celebrating our students’ achievements from the 2014 spring/summer season. The evening will kick off... more
Aug 22, 2014 Mitch Ryerson wants you to climb all over his artwork, and Lori Lander paints scenes so luminous you could dive into them. Both Ryerson and Lander will be honored this September at the Spirit Awards Benefit, which celebrates Art at the Heart of Community in support of Maud Morgan Arts. Ryerson’s benches, playground structures and repurposed tree trunks and Lander’s paintings of women in... more
Jul 31, 2014 Abraham Isaac Goldberg did not have the privilege of earning a living as an artist. Instead, he worked long hours in a factory to support his family, but during his lifetime, he created hundreds of sketches, drawings and paintings. His son, Haim, says that Goldberg’s artwork “brings back a certain time and place, a certain way of life that was difficult but enriching at the same time.” In 1929,... more
Jul 8, 2014 Join us on July 9 from 6-9pm for the pre-screening of of the CCTV/Brigham & Women's Hospital/DBSA (depression & bipolar support alliance) of Boston group collaborated mini-documentary "Demystifying Bipolar Disorder" giving an insightful ( and impactful) look at a very stigmatized and misunderstood mental condition. Highlighted by Brigham & Women's Hospital chief of outpatient psych... more
Jun 17, 2014 Presented at University Place Gallery July 9 - August 29, 2014 Reception: Friday, July 11th, 6-8 pm more
Jun 17, 2014 July 8 - 31, 2014 Reception and Sale: Friday, July 11th, 6-8 pm more
May 23, 2014 When asked what inspires her as an artist, Ruth Daniels answers, “Everything from A - Z inspires me. Art, books, candy, detritus, entertainment, fractals, games, horses, images, Japanese prints, knowledge, labyrinths, magnetic fields, nature, optical illusions, patterns, quilts, rakes, Stonehenge, tools, UFO’s, Vikings, wavelengths, x-rays, yarn, Zen.” She is also motivated to save the planet:... more
May 20, 2014 Stop by CCTV on Tuesday, June 4th to see what the School Year Production Program has been up to this semester. Teens will screen educational videos and films exploring stereotypes. Projects by: Eden Abebe, Amaniya Cotten, Facundo Gianello, Marie Nherisson, Christelle Paul, Mohammad Sayed, Maha Shahid Refreshments will be served! Thanks to our collaborators: Cambridge Community Services' City... more
May 6, 2014 Some first accomplishments in a child’s life are unforgettable, rites of passage such as learning a first word, losing a first tooth…and curating a first gallery exhibit. The students at Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool have been busy collaborating on 2D and 3D artwork that they will install in the Chandler Gallery. This project-based learning activity introduces children to the gallery process, from... more
Apr 24, 2014 Artists throughout Cambridge will open their doors to the public for the sixth annual city-wide Open Studios the weekend of April 26th & 27th, 2014 from 12:00noon to 6:00pm. Meet local artists and discover a unique variety of artwork including paintings, ceramics, jewelry, fiber arts, music and dance performances, and more. This year’s Open Studios will feature two Performing Artist Showcases... more
Mar 24, 2014 The new show at the Chandler Gallery breaks all the rules. Drawing is often defined by the immediate, direct gesture—the impulsive or deliberate mark mediated by the human hand—while printmaking is often indirect, involving a transfer from surface to surface with the process as a mediating factor. The Chandler Gallery’s 2014 Small Works Salon, “Direct/Indirect,” celebrates works that combine... more
Feb 20, 2014 Jon Imber bestows life upon each portrait he paints, and now the portraits—over 100 that he has completed since August—are returning the favor. “I paint because I love to make images,” says Imber. “I love turning inert stuff into magic. Now I am also painting to stay alive.” One of Boston’s most-recognized painters, this is a new chapter in his life, contrast to his former career as widely-known... more
Jan 16, 2014 CO-OP APARTMENT FOR SALE: A two-bedroom apartment is available for a qualified owner/shareholder. The building is a limited-equity 5-unit cooperative -- the November Collective Cooperative -- owned and operated by its residents as a non-profit corporation. It was formed in 1990 under the guidelines of the City of Cambridge Residential Cooperative Ownership Program. This program was designed to... more
Jan 16, 2014 CO-OP APARTMENT FOR SALE: A two-bedroom apartment is available for a qualified owner/shareholder. The building is a limited-equity 5-unit cooperative -- the November Collective Cooperative -- owned and operated by its residents as a non-profit corporation. It was formed in 1990 under the guidelines of the City of Cambridge Residential Cooperative Ownership Program. This program was designed to... more
Jan 16, 2014 CO-OP APARTMENT FOR SALE: A two-bedroom apartment is available for a qualified owner/shareholder. The building is a limited-equity 5-unit cooperative -- the November Collective Cooperative -- owned and operated by its residents as a non-profit corporation. It was formed in 1990 under the guidelines of the City of Cambridge Residential Cooperative Ownership Program. This program was designed to... more
Jan 14, 2014 Power lines, strung from pole to pole, create a hypnotic dip and rise. This gentle curve, described scientifically as “catenary,” inspires artist Doug Bosch’s new exhibition, “Catenaria,” at Lesley University’s VanDernoot Gallery, on view from January 21 to March 14, 2014. Exploring the catenary as image and sculptural form, Bosch merges the worlds of art and science by mining this fundamental... more
Dec 27, 2013 Works by the following artists are included in the show: Peter Arvidson, Shauna Beckstein, Allyson Block, Molly Blumberg, Tara Calabrese, Monica Chiang, Albert Chmelar, Byron Conn, Lauren Cotton, Stacey Cushner, Steven Duede, Kristina Falotico, Aron Fischer, Sharon Freed, Geoffrey Gavett, Dena Haden, Alexandra Jordankova, Nasser K, Marjorie Kaye, Mario Kiran, Mike Lash, Adam Leestma, Philippe... more
Dec 18, 2013 Artist Violet Byrd chose “Another World” as the title of her exhibit after reading an article that made her realize how otherworldly artists can seem, even to those who buy, sell and appreciate their art. “With this title,” says Byrd. “I frame the exhibition as an introduction to a stranger who may be known through a series of objects and images.” Byrd’s 2D and 3D works in cut paper depict “... more

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