Right after New Year's I'll be teaching two one-day sessions of introductory Night Photography at Massachusetts Institute of Technology during their Independent Activities Period. If you have ties to MIT, you are welcome to join! Details here: Night Photography class during IAP - Session A and Session B.
Reposted from Voltage Coffee & Art facebook page:
During the month of December Voltage welcomes back exhibiting artist alumni to its walls for a special pop-up art shop! All work is on paper, all pieces are affordable ($50-$225) and all purchases benefit local Boston area artist. This is the definition of shopping local for the holidays as these original pieces were all created specifically for this show, especially for you!
Participating Voltage All-Stars include:
Christopher O'NeillThomas Henly DahlbergJessica LiggaroSarah Gay O'NeillTess JenkinsMRBABeth HankesStephanie GoodeJohn SavoiaJosh FalkDana WoulfeAmanda Laurel AtkinsJenny BrownJae RubertoRemi ThorntonNora Vrublevska
Works go on sale today, opening is this Friday, December 13th, 7-9pm. Work will be sold off the wall, just bring your purchase up to the register and check out with the cashier. Regular store hours are Monday - Friday 7am - 7pm, Saturday 8am-6pm. Sunday Closed, except by appointment.
Happy Holidays and remember to support your local artists this holiday season!
Wanted to share some news - I participated in a photography show "50 for 50" organized and juried by The Cambridge Historical Society. This same organization recently published a book called Saving Cambridge: Historic Preservation in America's Innovation City. And a photo of mine "Three Boats" was included in this book. If you are interested in history and preservation or just care about Cambridge, this is a wonderful book to have. More in their own words:
Saving Cambridge explores how the Cambridge of today was created through the push and pull of development and historic preservation. It also explores larger regional issues like the impact of the Red Line extension. With 200 images in 182 full color pages, it will make a great gift for the holiday. It is available online at http://www.cambridgehistory.org/savingcambridge or at the Harvard Book Store, the Coop, Rodney's Bookstore, and the Porter Square Books. Shop local and support preservation in Cambridge.
I am participating in Night Light: An exhibition of Night Time Photography, check it out:
Join us for the opening night of Night Light: An exhibition of Night Time Photography. See an amazing assortment of places, spaces and faces through the collective nocturnal lens of some of the finest night photographers in New England. In addition to works from our large group of featured artists, the show will be highlighted by a special selection of images from renowned night photographer and author, Lance Keimig.
The artist reception takes place on Saturday, November 16th, 6-9pm at Visionspace Gallery in Lynn, MA. Lite fare and refreshments will be served with available cash bar. This is a can't miss event for any and all art and photography enthusiasts. You will love seeing a whole new world come to light --- after dark. Curated by Adam Miller and Michael Karolemeas. Support local art. RSVP on facebook.