Calling all artists who are actively redefining "the body" in the current political climate, Kingston Gallery seeks visually engaging work which will foster important conversations about the body in relation to gender identity, race, self-representation from a cultural and historical perspective, and the body politic. All media will be considered, alternative media is welcomed. There is no minimum size requirement, but once installed, work may not exceed 6 feet in height. Exhibition dates: July 3-August 11, 2019. Deadline for submissions: February 25, 2019. Additional information can be found on our website: http://www.kingstongallery.com/exhibitions/2019/july-re-figuring-the-body.php
Music Event & Collective Art Project: Breaking the Rules
Saturday, December 8, 2–4pm
This event is part of the Boston Art Dealers Association’s second Saturday series
Join us for an afternoon of music and art!
Featuring music from Boston-based electronic label Moon Villain - Live performances by Tim Davison and Joseph Sannicandro along with selected bootleg recordings from Moon Villain's archive of local underground concerts.
Visit Moon Villain's website: https://moonvillain.com/
Along with the featured music, we invite audiences to participate in the "Breaking the Rules" exhibition by contributing their own experiences of breaking a rule onto cards and adding them to an ongoing piece of art within the gallery.
Special Performances by the mother-daughter team of Melinda Melina Pavlata and Zoë Isadora Heywood of Moody Street Circus.
They are multi-generational dance artists and circus aerialists. Melinda is co-founder of Moody Street Circus in Waltham, MA where Zoë also performs and coaches.
To learn more about Moody Street Circus, please click here.
Performances on Friday December 7th, at 7:00pm & 7:30pm - These performances work along side Judy Haberl’s ‘The Chef’s Hand Project & Traces’