Come celebrate the emerging New England art scene with the CHROMA group show at Visionspace Gallery in Downtown Lynn, MA on Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 6:00pm until 9:00pm.
This show will mark the launch of the CHROMA art book from Tryptic Press, featuring a talented roster of local artists. The accompanying exhibition will be packed with original works from the creatives featured in the volume. The night also christens a bold new direction for Visionspace gallery as we launch into a fresh season of exhibits.
There will be an artist meet and greet beforehand as well as a book signing the night of the reception. Copies of CHROMA will be available for purchase.
The reception takes place on Saturday September 21st from 6pm-9pm. Light fare and refreshments will be served.
Live music will be provided by Forrest James.
This will be a fantastic night of art and music. Come celebrate fighting the good fight with us. This is a show not to be missed.
Food, fun and friends. Support local artists.
16 City Hall Square, Lynn, MA 01901
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Tak Toyoshima opens an art exhibition with contributions from Sam Alden, Cherry Ali, Allison Bamcat, Logan Faerber, Darren Goldman, Raul Gonzalez, Erica Henderson, Lincoln, Scott Murry, and Mike Pecci at the Extension Gallery of Orchard Skateshop on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 8:00 – 11:00 pm!
156 Harvard Ave, Allston, MA 02134
The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo has released their Panel and Workshop Schedule for 2012
12:00PM – 12:50PM
2:30PM – 3:20PM
3:30PM – 4:20PM
11:00AM – 11:50AM
Health, illness, and the physical body are major themes in many graphic novels (such as Cancer Vixen, Epileptic, and Stitches). Doctors, patients, and health educators are getting involved with comics as teaching tools and as a method of self-expression and exploring physical and mental conditions.
Moderator: Cathy Leamy Panelists: Kriota Willberg, LB Lee, Paige Warren.
12:00PM – 12:50PM
You have your first paid drawing gig … now what? A panel of working cartoonists discuss the challenges and rewards of drawing for a living in the fields of comics, illustration and animation. Topics will include how to balance creativity and professionalism, what to expect in various fields of employment, and some helpful anecdotes from the artists’ careers.
Moderator: Zack Giallongo Panelists: Shelli Paroline (artist, Kaboom! Studios), Keith Zulawnik (artist, Fablevision), Renee Kurilla (artist, Fablevision, Simon & Schuster), Ming Doyle (artist, Marvel, IDW)
1:00PM – 2:15PM
For twenty years, stylistic chameleon R. Sikoryak has been producing literary adaptations in comics form that parody the tics and tropes of classic cartoons; these are collected in Masterpiece Comics (Drawn and Quarterly). He will discuss his work and process, as well as his varied freelance career for Nickelodeon, The New Yorker, The Daily Show, and much more, in a special slideshow presentation.
2:30PM – 3:20PM
3:30PM – 4:20PM
Religion intersects comics and comics intersect religion in a multitude of ways. Enter into a discussion with regional comics creators and scholars on the promise and the peril of these engagements. Moderator A. David Lewis asks the panel whether comics is just another medium and religion just another topic — or whether the two are innately bound to each other.
Moderator: A. David Lewis Panelists: Charles Schneeflock Snow, Box Brown, David Wolkin
4:30PM – 5:20PM
Artists who use “fine arts” techniques to make comics… artists who use comics techniques to make “fine art” …an art gallery director who hangs comic art on her gallery’s walls… What are the boundaries between fine arts and comics? Are there any? Should there be any? Whatever the answers may be, we’ll look at and discuss some fine comics art and some comical fine art.
Moderator: Tim Finn Panelists: Doug De Rocher, EJ Barnes, Adrienne Nunez, Ansis Purins, Raul Gonzalez, Cathi Chang
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Special December Exhibition Events!
POST THIS! Over 200 Rock Posters
From The 90s to Present!
Public Preview, Friday, December 4, 6-8pm
Opening Reception, Friday, December 11, 6-8pm
Artist Talk, Friday, December 18, 7-8pm
Featuring Mini Poster Exhibitions by Lindsey Kuhn, Brian Methe, Mike King, Enemy Ink, Joey Mars, Ben Wilson, and Pete Cardoso
And rock posters by Michael Babcock, Allison Bamcat, Jeffrey Bartel, Dan Blakeslee, JP Boneyard, Fiona Bruce, Brian Butler, Keenan Cassidy, Derrek Coss, Alison Cowell, Jon Craine, Michael Dacey, Rich DeSemone, Adric Giles, Raul Gonzalez, Andy Fish, Peter Gueth, Veronica Hebard, Bret Herholz, Mart Infanger, Nicholas Keeney, Dano Kuhlken, Pamela Maguire, Bob Maloney, Pete McDonough, Jeremy Montoya, Chris Muccioli, Martin Pavlinic, Paul Pavlovich, Doug Poole, Jilian Pulford, Mister Reusch, Ben Sisto, Miles Stegal, Jason Taylor, Tom Torrey, Chad Walker, Dan Webb, James Weinberg, Bob Wilson, Shayna Yasuhara, Andrew Zizik
To attend any of the events, RSVP here.
Click here to read about the exhibition, December 4 through January 8, 2010
SPACE 242’s December exhibition is sponsored in part by Harpoon Brewery, The Weekly Dig, ArtScope Magazine.
Gallery Hours: Friday evenings 6:30-8:00pm and by appointment.
242 E. Berkeley Street, 2nd floor, between Albany Street & Harrison Avenue, South End
MBTA’s Red Line to Broadway Station/Silver Line to E. Berkeley Street Stop
Green Line to Arlington Street Station/Orange Line to Back Bay Station