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Events for February 13, 2017
As Earth’s closest celestial body and only natural satellite, the moon has engaged our curiosity and imagination over millennia and across cultures. Contemporary artists use the moon as both a source of inspiration and investigation. Lunar Attraction features artworks and interactives that explore our longstanding fascination and connection with the moon, ranging from the psychological […]Find out more »
Shoes: Pleasure and Pain On view November 19, 2016 to March 12, 2017Located in the: Special Exhibition Galleries Explore the creativity of footwear from around the globe through more than 300 pairs of shoes, ranging from elaborate vintage designs to those by contemporary makers. This exhibition considers the cultural significance and transformative capacity of shoes […]Find out more »
Local Artist Marika Whitaker displays her show "Inkwell" at TWK Winchester through March 2017. Most work is for sale. Visit her website marikawhitakerstudio.com to view more of her projects. "INKWELL These ink paintings, drawings, and montages are all part of my investigations into the visual form of language as a container for meaning. How […]Find out more »
Exhibition:.Robert Siegelman - Do You Worry a Lot ? A drawing installation. Salem State University. Winfisky Gallery, Ellison Campus Center. 352 Lafayette St. Artist Robert Siegelman works primarily in the mediums of photography, printmaking and drawing. Siegleman shows at Gallery NAGA in Boston and has been featured in many collections including the Museum of Fine […]Find out more »
All students who are interested in the BFA Theatre program must "Jury", or audition, for the program each semester. (All BFA students must complete at least six Juries in order to graduate; once a BFA student has completed the requisite six Juries, they must continue to jury each semester until they graduate.) Sign ups for […]Find out more »
Witch City Poetry Slam hosts an open mic and slam/feature every other monday night at Salem Theatre Company in Salem, MA This week our featured poet is Emily Eastman Emily Eastman is a genderqueer poet & organizer who hails from Manchester; New Hampshire’s loudest middle child. A longtime community & staff member of the Slam […]Find out more »