Menino Arts Center

Menino Arts Center

Menino Arts Center

3D Ausstellungen

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    Quilts and Fibers-Challenging the Boundaries

    14 Nov 2022 – 16 Jan 2023

    The Menino Arts Center proudly announces A REAL AND VIRTUAL 3D GALLERY EXHIBIT BY 34 ARTISTS Jurors Samantha Fields and Christle Rawlins-Jackson Artists Reception at the MAC Friday. December 2. 7 – 9 pm Curated by Sasja Lucas and Mary Harman Online at 34 Artists: Agusta Agustsson Andrew Patrick Cain Ann Niederkorn and Carrie Zizza Ann Schunior and Metta Lyons Barbara Fritz-Elliott Beckett Brueggemann Betsy Disharoon Camille L DeMarco Catherine Caddigan Etta Rosen Gloretta Baynes Janet Kawada Jessica Burko Joan Siem Katherine McGuinness Laura Petrovich-Cheney Lesyslie Rackard Liz Gray Liz Hardy LMerchie Frazier Luna Tudor-Doonan Marcia Kimball Kennedy Mary Harman Napoleon Jones-Henderson Patricia Shinn Wojtowicz Rainey Tisdale Sarah Spencer Selina Narovlansky Susan Thompson Valerie Maser-Flanagan Virginia Holloway Yve Holtzcaw Menino Arts Center 26 Central Ave, Hyde Park, MA Gallery Hours: Wed, Th, and Fri, 10-2pm or by appointment

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    The Drawing Exhibition, A Visible Mark: Expressive-Realistic-Symbolic

    07 Feb 2022 – 03 Apr 2022

    At its most basic, drawing is a visible mark. But it is also physical energy, a symbol, an expression, an inner form, an exploration, a kind of hypnotism, a visualized thought. Juror: Scott Bakal

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    In Flux, An exhibition of MEGA Prints and Drawings by Sasja Lucas

    15 Oct 2021 – 04 Dec 2021

    Works on paper ranging in size up to 72' x 52" Prints on paper ranging in size up to 72" x 40

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    A Sense of Place : Rosemarie Michmerhuizen

    01 Mar 2021 – 26 Apr 2021

    A Retrospective of Collages "My media is collage. My work is a journey from reality to fantasy: I disassemble and reassemble images. The most important activity in collage-making is seeing. Believing what you see and knowing it is real. I do not attach hidden meanings or stories to these pieces. Each work arises from mutual attraction among several images. I free those from their context or their original surroundings, so that they can become acquainted with each other in the final construction." For inquiries about the purchase of a work, click on the envelope icon, bottom right of each image and submit a message. Curated by

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    Infinite Dimensions

    02 Apr 2021 – 28 May 2021

    Infinite Dimensions: Theoretical, Physical, Imaginary. Possible or Impossible? Juried by Chris Fitch, a sculptor, engineer and inventor Curated by Sasja Lucas The exhibition features 36 pieces from 21 artists. Adele Rothman Ann Turley Bradley Litwin Erik Gehring Gabriel Polonsky Ginny Zanger Jan Shapiro Joni Lohr Kiah Friedman Kyle Collins Linda Eyster Lisa Faye Goren Liz Hardy Lyasya Sinkovski Maria Luongo Nancy Marks Phyllis Bluhm Richard Youngstrom Rosemarie Michmerhuizen Sara Gately Suzette Lebenzon

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    Collages and Constructions, Mixed Media

    02 Aug 2021 – 27 Sep 2021

    ".....collage upended the fine-art world when Cubists Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso incorporated bits of newspaper and printed wallpaper into their paintings, subverting traditional definitions of what is important art. Combining painting, real-world objects, images, and ephemera into a single work, collage directly questions the tendency to separate fine art from everyday objects, the delineations between so-called high and low culture, and the status of the artist. Adopted by subsequent artists, collage became a dominant technique in the Dada, Surrealist, Pop Art, and Neo-Dada movements, each using the technique to explore different subject matters. Because collage often incorporates mass-produced images, the practice is often inseparable from its historical and political context, making it a mode of powerful social commentary. Contemporary artists continue to explore the richness of collage in their efforts to question assumptions, biases, and pressing political crises." - Juror: Ekua Holmes, artist, illustrator, designer About her work, Holmes said, “In everything I create I hear them saying, ‘Remember Me,’ and through my work I honor their legacies by bringing them forward to life with torn and cut shapes of found colors and textures. With these scraps and remnants, assembled like a down-home quilt, I rebuild my world, putting in what speaks to my personal and cultural narrative.” Curated by Sasja Lucas

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    Contemporary Quilts-Modern and Improvisational

    25 Oct 2021 – 23 Dec 2021

    Contemporary Quilts, Modern and Improvisational. Jurors: Susan Thompson, and Napolean Jones-Henderson, “Contemporary”: off-the-grid, off-center, minimalist, asymmetrical, high contrast, negative space focus, free-motion style. (No traditional fixed pattern) This exhibition features 42 quilts made by 28 quilters from 19 neighborhoods and towns surrounding Boston. It features quilts as large as 96" x 72", and as small as 9" x 11". We hope you enjoy the wide variety of work you see represented here. WHY WE QUILT Quilting reflects a choice to work in a medium that is counterculturally and lusciously slow. It can be practiced as a communal activity and single quilts can involve the work of one to many quilters. Improv quilting calls upon the quilter to start with a few fabrics and an idea or two about shapes to work with, and then to work intuitively, not following a preconceived idea about how the finished quilt will look. The final image is achieved through the physical interaction with fabric in a process that is meditative, engaging, and centering. Improv quilting allows for individual expression that is less encumbered by art world expectations. It embraces materials ranging from new to upcycled, used fabrics, and anything that can be sewn, glued, or otherwise attached to the quilt surface. The rich tradition of quilting, still predominantly, though not exclusively, practiced by women, produces quilts that are warm, soft, and bring comfort and quilts that embody powerful social commentary. Curated by Sasja Lucas, Co-Curator, Mary Harman, Instagram at @maryharma

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    Curry College: Student, Alumni, And Faculty

    18 Apr 2022 – 15 May 2022

    Juried, curated, and displayed both physically and virtually in a 3D gallery STUDENT ARTISTS Anthony Aiken Alexandria Campbell William hagar Kava Hanuschok Sydney Imprescio _Samanth _Incha Kirchmvpr channa Lauder Alan Liang Abigail Leonard Kyle MacDonald Eduardo Marquez neIsey Mordles Ariana Jade Odwara Abadan sanchez Valerie Sarakinioks Jenna Shelley Eleanor Udaven Hannah Zall ALUMNI ARTISTS Daniel Roupr Anthony Creary Dominique roouy -Yaola Goldblat Elizabeth Guerro Nicolette Mover Stephanie Scanion Max Stone FACULTY ARTISTS Laurie Alpert Elfam burk Iris kumar Julie Martini Bruce Wahl Menino Arts Center Curator: Sasja Lucas

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    Shared Habitat Earth

    26 May 2022 – 30 Jun 2022

    Shared Habitat Earth Exhibition Curated by Barbara Eskin and Sasja Lucas May 25 - June 30, 2022 In Person Reception at the MAC: Thursday, May 26, 7 - 830 pm The exhibition features the work of 23 SHE artists representing cross species respect, intercultural solidarity, and a shared sense of responsibility; and 6 youth artists with Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit that has engaged nearly 25,000 students worldwide to use art to advocate for the environment. The exhibition will be presented both physically at the MAC and virtually in a 3D gallery you can stroll through at Artists: Sharon Whitham June August Jennifer Jean Okumura Susan H Leskin Lisa Goren Kirstin Ilse Becky Gibbs Helen Canetta Barbara Fletcher Lisa Reindorf Bette Ann Libby Marianne A. Kinzers Laurie McGowan Yvonne Lamothe Barbara Eskin Agusta Agustsson Ruth Ginsberg-Place Gillian Frazier Niamh Ultaigh Nora Charney Rosenbaum James C Varnum Marjorie Kaye Phyllis Ewen Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Student Artists: Chloe Lou Ishanvi Kommula Ava Park Roy Kim Orion Yang Ayla Ikezawa

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    33rd Annual Members Exhibit, Hyde Park Art Association

    13 Jul 2022 – 18 Sep 2022

    The Menino Arts Center. 26 Central Ave. Hyde Park. MA a Real and 3D virtual gallery exhibition works by 56 members Awards juried by John Crowley Curator/Exhibitions Boston City Hall Exhibition curated by Sasja Lucas Other Media: Gail Bos Catherine Caddigan Kevin Faherty Barbara Fritz-Elliot Liz Hardy Mary Harman Mary Hogan Carol Johnson Robert Johnson Angela Kelly Rob Larsen Sasja Lucas Pat McSweeney Erica Nazzaro Mardi Reed Tamara Safford Martha Starr Janice Williams Painting: Susan Allen Dotti Baker Sharon Berke Phyllis Bluhm Terry Boutelle Daniel Boyer Robert Boyle David Dauer Suzanne Hoffman Larry Johnson Jamie Kendrioski Barbara Kibler Harikleia Kuliopulos Oscar Lazo Gabriel Polonsky Maritza Ranero Judith Robichaud Mary Russell Jan Shapiro Lyasya Sinkovski Susan Strouse Donna Tessari Ann Turley Albert Wallstrom Glenn Williams Ginny Zanger Photography: Dimitrios Bakolas Myrna Balk Linde Eyster Erik Gehring Virginia Holloway Joni Lohr Rob MacIntosh Kay Matthew Kathy O’Brien Kaye Richardson Adele Rothman Mark Wise

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    Violence Transformed-Unquiet Voices

    03 Oct 2022 – 06 Nov 2022

    Violence Transformed, Unquiet Voices (Invitational) Menino Arts Center, 26 Central Ave, Hyde Park, MA October 3 – November 6 When the art reveals the ignored and is about troubling times. The image exposes problems The truth bursts into color on canvas and into 3D When the art celebrates affirmations, resilience and quiet. Our voices join to find solutions and our hope for the future endures. Artists Opening Reception: Friday, Oct 14, 7-8:30pm, Artist's Talk, Shea Justice Menino Arts Center Artists Closing Reception: Sunday, November 6, 3-5pm Menino Arts Center. Longwood Symphony Orchestra trio or solo TAP (Transformative Action Project) Interventions Workshops Free-of-charge trauma-informed interventions to groups of people who have suffered from or been witnesses to violence and the risk of violence, racial, ethnic or gender bigotry, child abuse, sexual abuse, etc and/or who have worked with victims of such abuse and thus may be victims of vicarious or secondary trauma. TAP Workshop: Thursday, Oct 20, 6:30-8pm L'Merchie, TAP Director of Creative Engagement TAP Workshop: Wed, Nov 2, 6-7:30pm Barbara Hamm, Co-Director of TAP Info: Info: Info: African American Masters in Residency Program at North Eastern University: AAMARP Artists: Susan Thompson Hakim Raquib Reginald Jackson Khalid Kodi Brian McFarlane Don West Gloretta Baynes Ricardo Gomez L’Merchie Frazier Jeff Chandler Shea Justice Kofi Kayiga Pamella Goncalves Myrna Balk Marnie Sinclair Terry Boutelle Mary Russell Sasja Lucas Gail Bos Ruth Rosner Nancy Marks Mary McCusker Curators: Gail Bos, Ruth Rosner, Gloretta Baynes MAC Curator: Sasja Lucas

    exhibiting artists

    neueste Werke

    • Janet Kawada

      A Walk in the Park
      72 x 53 inch (h x w)
      fabric, thread, leather, tuille, cotton
      USD 1000
    • Marcia Kimball Kennedy

      My Universe
      43 x 43 inch (h x w)
      cotton fabric
    • Ann Niederkorn and Carrie Zizza, longarm quilter

      Cheering Myself Up in February
      43 x 43 inch (h x w)
      various fabrics, cotton batting
      USD 400
    • Laura Petrovich-Cheney

      Meg's Delight
      48 x 48 inch (h x w)
      salvaged wood collected from natural disasters
      USD 9000
    • Ann Schunior and Metta Lyons

      Untitled Indigo
      65 x 42 inch (h x w)
      cotton, dyed with natural indigo with wax, starch and tied resist
    • Andrew Patrick Cain

      48 x 48 inch (h x w)
      soft sculpture
      USD 5000
    • Agusta Agustsson

      61 x 67 inch (h x w)
      fiber printed with acrylic
      USD 4000
    • Sarah Spencer

      59 x 46 inch (h x w)
      fabric, cotton batting, cotton and polyester thread
      USD 1800
    • Yve Holtzclaw

      Sleepy and Serious
      60 x 53 inch (h x w)
      Fabric, Acrylic, Pastel
      USD 1950
    • Yve Holtzclaw

      The Gardner and the Goose
      82 x 60.5 inch (h x w)
      Fabric, Buttons
      USD 2500
    • Napoleon Jones-Henderson

      No Room for Squares-Mottainai
      45 x 48 inch (h x w)
      suede leather and satin fabric
      USD 3000
    • Lesyslie Rackard

      Universe on Review
      71 x 59 inch (h x w)
      USD 675
    • Camille L DeMarco

      83 x 36 inch (h x w)
      fabric, yarn, lace and clothesline
      USD 1500
    • Mary Harman

      53.5 x 41.4 inch (h x w)
      USD 900
    • Mary Harman

      44 x 30.5 inch (h x w)
      USD 800
    • Beckett Brueggemann

      Puddle Portals
      38 x 35 inch (h x w)
      Woven Material, Mylar, and Video Projection
    • Susan Thompson

      Big Circle Emerging
      44 x 37 inch (h x w)
      encaustic on quilt
      USD 1200
    • Susan Thompson

      Equestrian Figure
      31 x 35 inch (h x w)
      encaustic on quilt
      USD 1500
    • Barbara Fritz-Elliott

      Family Ties
      67 x 53 inch (h x w)
      photo transfer, machine pieced, hand applique’ vine and leaves embellished with vintage millinery flowers, machine quilted
    • Katherine McGuinness

      Spring ‘Wrapsody’ in Blue
      60 x 32 inch (h x w)
      Wool, silk, indigo, foliage
      USD 200