March 2, 2023

The more the merrier

In this blast

:: Co-Created: The Artist in an Age of Intelligent Machines at Burlington City Arts

:: Spring 2023 Solo Exhibitions at the Southern Vermont Arts Center

:: Glow at Flinn Gallery


Sponsored By: Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Bromfield Gallery, University of Hartford, New Britain Museum of American Art, The Boston Printmakers, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Art on the Trails, Armenian Museum of American Art, VCollection, Hood Museum of Art, Midway Artist Studios, QArts Gallery and the Artscope Tablet Edition

Greetings!

This week we're presenting Burlington City Arts, Southern Vermont Arts Center and Flinn Gallery.



From work that poses fundamental questions about the nature of art, presents refreshing views on abstract artwork and pieces that play with color and light like nothing else, this week's features offer a stimulating and bright contrast to the dreary winter days. These three group shows from three New England art centers and galleries are sure to give you something to look at.


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As regulations regarding Covid-19 continue to change, please visit gallery or museum websites to confirm their current hours of operation.


-Sawyer Smook-Pollitt

Co-Created: The Artist in an Age of Intelligent Machines at Burlington City Arts

in Burlington, Vermont, through May 6

Memo Akten, All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace and Deeper Meditations #1-#6, 2021, video still. Photo courtesy Burlington City Arts

Burlington City Arts presents Co-Created: The Artist in an Age of Intelligent Machines, an exhibition that explores the impact, ethics and aesthetics of art created by artifical intelligence. The show tackles tough questions about the nature of artwork through the work of eight artists. This show features the work of Jane Adams, Memo Akten, Minne Atairu, Lapo Frati, Jenn Karson, Mauro Martino, Casey Reas, and Jason Rohrer. The gallery is open Wednesday through Friday, 12 - 5 p.m., and Saturday from 12 - 8 p.m. Burlington City Arts is located at 405 Pine Street, Burlington, VT. For more information, please visit here.

Spring 2023 Solo Exhibitions at the Southern Vermont Arts Center

in Manchester, Vermont, through May 7

Priscilla Heine, Bougainvillea in My Face. Image courtesy Southern Vermont Arts Center

The Southern Vermont Arts Center presents Spring 2023 Solo Exhibitions, a showing the work of Domenica Brockman, Janet Cathey, Priscilla Heine, Rose Klebes, Lorna Ritz, Elise Robinson, Angela Sillars, Courtney Stock, Gregg Wapner, Susan Wilson, and Chloe Wilwerding, 11 solo artists whose work represents a wide range of media from painting to textiles to sculpture. The artists' pieces capture the winter atmosphere of New England and more abstract images that transport the viewer far from the colder months. The gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Southern Vermont Arts Center is located at 860 SVAC Drive, Manchester,VT. For more information, please visit here.

Glow at Flinn Gallery

in Greenwich, Connecticut, through March 22

Ryan Crotty, Salvator, 2023. Acrylic, gloss gel, and modeling paste on linen, 24" x 20"

Flinn Gallery presents Glow, an exhibition of abstract work by Ryan Crotty, Susan Meyer, Linda Kamille Schmidt, and Audrey Stone. These artists, who work in 2D and 3D, experiment with color, process and transparency. With work that wouldn't look out of place on a sci-fi movie set, cyberpunk future or high-end gallery, these artists play with light in creative and interesting ways. The gallery is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Thursday from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., and Sunday from 1 - 5 p.m. Flinn Gallery is located at 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT. For more information, please visit here.

Sponsored By: Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Bromfield Gallery, University of Hartford, New Britain Museum of American Art, The Boston Printmakers, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Art on the Trails, Armenian Museum of American Art, VCollection, Hood Museum of Art, Midway Artist Studios, QArts Gallery and the Artscope Tablet Edition

Christine Kyle and Vivian Pratt

at Bromfield in March 


Christine Kyle: “Container” (detail), beeswax, resin, pigment on wood, 20” x 20” 


Vivian Pratt: “Untitled 2201,” 30" x 23", pigment print and acrylic, 2022

From March 1 – April 2, Bromfield Gallery presents “Familiar Challenges” by Christine Kyle,

mixed-media wall pieces that evoke a sense of familiarity while resisting categorization; and “Beyond the Image” by Vivian Pratt, intuitive pieces using both paint and digital tools to explore organic abstraction.


The opening reception is Friday, March 3, from 6-8 pm.


Bromfield Gallery

450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

Wed-Sun, 12-5

(617) 451-3605

info@bromfieldgallery.com

www.bromfieldgallery.com


Hopkinton Center for the Arts

Hopkinton Center for the Arts announces its 18th annual "Arts in Bloom Show," juried by Artscope Magazine Publisher and Founder Kaveh Mojtabai.


This competitive juried show follows the theme of "shift": a slight change in position, direction, or tendency.


Hanging 2D media and freestanding 3D artwork that has not previously been shown at the HCA is eligible.


The deadline to submit artwork is Monday, April 3.


For more information, visit hopsartcenter.org


Armenian Museum

of America

Basquiat, Jean-Michel. Joan’s Hands, 1986, graphite on paper, 50” x 40”, courtesy of the Joan and Jack Quinn Family Collection

Now extended through March 31!


“On the Edge: Los Angeles Art 1970s - 1990s from the Joan and Jack Quinn Family Collection,” currently on display at the Armenian Museum of America, 65 Main Street, Watertown, MA.


Including artists Lita Albuquerque, John Altoon, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lynda Benglis, Vija Celmins, Gregory Wiley Edwards, Claire Falkenstein, Frank Gehry, David Hockney, John M. Miller, Helmut Newton, Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol.


Open Thurs.-Sun., 12-6 p.m.


armenianmuseum.org

QArts Gallery


Through March 12, QHS Drama Club: The Scenographer’s Charrette – A look behind the curtain into the world of theatrical design.


The exhibit's goal is to raise money to benefit QHS Drama Club.


March 18 – April 23, Shared Habitat Earth:

 

We will be doing an Earth Day event in the gallery and in front of the church. Possibly even a tree planting.



For more information visit: www.sharedhabitatearth.org


1229 Hancock St., 

Quincy, MA 02169

(617) 302-3969 

quincyartma.org/qartsgallery


VCollection

vcollectionart.com


CALL for ENTRY:

The Boston Printmakers

2023 North American Print Biennial 


Garrett Gould: “Wreath” (detail), wood, paint, whistles, 13” x 3” x 13”, 2022 (Photography: Clint Baclawski) 


Exhibition dates: October 10 –December 9, 2023 at the 808 Gallery, Boston University.


2023 Juror: Elizabeth M. Rudy,

Curator of Prints at the Harvard

Art Museums


$12,000 in prizes.


Calendar for submission: Call open through May 12, 2023


Full information and prospectus, use this link: https://www.bostonprintmakers.org/biennials/biennial-2023/




Midway Artist Studios

Spend Your First Friday at Midway Artist Studios from 5 to 9 p.m!


Learn more at: https://www.fortpointarts.org/artist-space/midway-artist-studios/ and https://midwaystudiosboston.com/

New Britain Museum of American Art

Robert S. Duncanson, Landscape, 1870, Oil on canvas, 30 x 50 in. (76.2 x 127cm), Museum Purchase with funds provided by the Robert C. Vance Foundation, 2022.8


See the NBMAA’s Newest Acquisition: Robert S. Duncanson, Landscape, 1870.


Celebrated for his idyllic scenes of peaceful rivers and verdant mountains, Robert S. Duncanson 

is a member of the second generation of Hudson River School painters.


He is recognized as a 

premier 19th-century landscape artist, who broke barriers and paved the way for landscape painters and Black artists for generations to follow.


nbmaa.org


Call for Art:

Flow: Art Inspired by Movement and Sound  


Dates: May 19 – June 30, 2023


The Mosesian Center for the Arts invites artists to submit work inspired by movement / dance and

sound / music. Dance is a form of storytelling. As the dancers move through space the story unfolds.


The story is told through the movements and the music. Sometimes the story is personal and sometimes it embodies a culture. MCA seeks work that explores the connections between music, dance, and the visual arts.


How does movement and sound translate into visual art? How are movement and sound depicted in visual arts?


Submission Deadline: April 3, 2023


mosesianarts.org

Art on the Trails


Hood Museum of Art

Leonard Castellanos, RIFA , from Méchicano 1977 Calendario, 1976, screenprint on paperboard, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase through the Luisita L. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment, 2012.53.1.

© 1976, Leonard Castellanos

¡Printing the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now at the Hood Museum of Art in Hanover, New Hampshire, through June 17


The Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, presents ¡Printing the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of

Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now,

the traveling Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibition that explores the rise of Chicano graphics within the early civil rights, labor, anti-war, feminist, and LGBTQ+ social movements, and how later Chicanx artists have advanced innovative printmaking practices attuned to social justice.


The museum is open Wednesday,

11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., and Saturday, 1 - 5 p.m.


The Hood Museum of Art is located at 6 East Wheelock Street, Hanover,

NH.


For more information, please visit here

University

of Hartford

Joseloff Gallery

Bhakta, Chirag, still from video work, 2022 and de Leon, Genevieve, Star Series: Oc (Aries), 2022, Oil on panel. 

Exhibitions celebrate resident artists at the Hartford Art School, Chiraag Bhakta and Genevieve de Leon.


Both artists display new work and highlight collaborations across disciplines, communities, and cultures; associated programming and events are interspersed throughout the duration of the shows.


February 23—March 25



hartford.edu/gallery

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