Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 at 2:51 pm
This weekend, the Worcester Art Museum unveils “Knights!,” the first step of the museum integrating the collection of the cross-town Higgins Armory Museum, which closed its doors on December 31, into its own — and judging by our sneak preview, audiences will be surprised to see how well the arms and armor plays in a new setting. With precious time ticking before the show opens, artscope managing editor Brian Goslow spoke with Adam Rozan, WAM’s Director of Audience Engagement, about the hectic three months between the closing of the Higgins and the opening of their new exhibition at WAM on Friday.
Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 at 8:41 am
David A. Lang has had a busy winter. His kinetic, found objects creations are currently on view at three locations — the Museum of Art at the University of New Hampshire, Fuller Craft Museum and as of March 12, Boston Sculptors Gallery, where he’s replicating his workspace in “The Shop,” where you can watch his creative process in-person throughout the exhibition, which runs through April 13. Artscope’s managing editor, Brian Goslow, “Cornered” Lang to talk about all of his projects at David Lang Studios in Natick, Mass. prior to him transporting its contents to…
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 at 10:28 am
Your work could be artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Work by established and emerging artists welcome. For the July/August 2014 issue we will be accepting submissions on the theme of ABSTRACT. Please send up to three images and your statement with contact information to: email@example.com, no later than April 15, 2014. No resumes please. Please send low […]
Tuesday, March 4th, 2014 at 12:40 pm
Tucked away in the midst of the winding hallways of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston lies an exhibition that glistens with femininity and beauty. “Think Pink” enlightens visitors on the history behind the color pink through various mediums reflecting high fashion couture from the 1700s through the 21st century.
Monday, March 3rd, 2014 at 5:36 pm
Lorna Ritz has had omnipresence in the Pioneer Valley arts community, both as a painter and publicist, especially with Northampton’s Oxbow Gallery.
Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 at 10:03 am
The first of a two-part installation and a component of her senior honors thesis in Studio Art, Sarah Bierman is making sure we can all take a seat.
Thanks to Bierman, the Brandeis University campus is now peppered with couches and chairs that seem to be growing out of the trees. Searching for a natural and effortless look, Bierman reconstructed the found objects in ways that complemented their environment, “I wanted to place a couch that looked like it had been growing between two tress,” Bierman said, “[like] you had planted the couch and it kind of grew around the them.”
Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 at 5:10 pm
Those who know of Allen Frame¹s work prior to this
Friday, January 3rd, 2014 at 9:28 pm
Pedulla’s 2013 has been equally, if not more, prolific in development that those of his past. In January, his pieces “Ocean Edge” and “Grey Gables” were accepted into “Art and Alchemy,” a juried show by the USEA at Gold Gallery in Boston’s South End. He had a solo show at the Thomas Moser Park Plaza showroom from February through April, then in April, he had another solo show at Chelmsford Library. Proceeding this show, he appeared in the Boston Globe, as well as feature stories in the Chelmsford Independent and the Chelmsford Patch.
Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 at 1:15 pm
Your work could be artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Work by established and emerging artists welcome. For the May/June 2014 issue we will be accepting submissions on the theme of SUMMER. Please send up to three images and your statement with contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than March 15, 2014. No resumes please. Please send low […]
Monday, December 30th, 2013 at 4:42 pm
New London, CT – New London is a small town where everyone knows each other. It was surprising, then, to see such a place so open and friendly to new ideas and the arts. It may be small, but in my short visit, I met many characters that helped to ensure that the inhabitants would have something to do, whether it be musical or artistic.