Come see local makers at the Of The Blue Art Gallery in Central Square! From 11 to 4, definitely an upgrade from the old Blockbuster video that used to be here!
This week at Oberon Wolf 359’s production Song of a Convalescent Ayn Rand Giving Thanks to the Godhead (In the Lydian Mode) continues. An examination of art and pain, with song and drag, and well earned snarkiness about objectivism. Worth it for the “re enactment” of the “love scene” from The Fountainhead alone.
Over 150 local comic creators will be at the 6th annual Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo. There is an exhibition hall, as well as panel discussions, workshops, and activities especially for kids. MICE is held at Lesley University’s University Hall at 1815 Massachusetts Avenue in Porter Square, from 11 am – 5 pm. Admission is free.
This Saturday in Central Square: River Festival. Six stages for performances! Countless craft and food vendors! And the mysterious re-emergence of People’s Sculpture Racing!
The Post-Meridian Radio Players present: Captain Jane Kirk, Ms. Spock, and the crew of the Enterprise as they face their greatest threat: the genetically modified superwoman: Khan!
Alston Art Share, is heading north of the river, to Central Square at 9:00 in conjunction with the start of Together Boston. Make and view art, with 3 different DJs playing.
Tonight at 8:00 at Oberon, a “live literary menagerie” of New England based independent creators of speculative fiction. Featuring: Kythryne Aisling, Mary Bichner, Imogen Binnie, Athena Giles, Amy Macabre, Khadeja Merenkov, and Gaia Weise. Hosted by K. Tempest Bradford, Art by: Ashley Almeida
New York is the only US city to have more artists per capita than the Somerville. This weekend 400 artists in Somerville open their studios to the public.
Harvard’s annual showcase of student and faculty creativity begins this weekend. The performance fair on Saturday afternoon is concentrated way to see amazing the amazing talent on campus, but events happen all weekend including theatre, dance, concerts, art installation, literary readings, crafting, and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture with kazoos, cannons and bells. Also, be certain not… Continue reading Arts First: a weekend celebration at Harvard
The Somerville Arts Council is holding a contest to find the most unique album art, featuring “truly bizarro scenarios, terrifying facial expressions, psychedelic imagery and bad hair”. Deadlines for submissions is April 20th.