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THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: Celebration + Symposium Dedicated to Robbie McCauley’s Work

NOT TO BE MISSED! On April 6 and 7, Sleeping Weazel theater company will present a celebration and symposium dedicated to the works of performance artist, playwright and Prospectus artist Robbie McCauley at The Greene Theater, Tufte Performance and Production Center, Emerson College, 10 Boylston Place, Boston, in partnership with The Performing Arts Department of Emerson College, ArtsEmerson and […]

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McCauley on Panel about “Topdog/ Underdog” April 4

Prospectus artist Robbie McCauley (More SUGAR) will participate in a panel discussion after the April 4 performance of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Topdog/Underdog directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter at the BU Theatre, 264 Huntington Ave., Boston. Co-sponsored by Roxbury Community College (RCC) and The Huntington Theatre Company, the panel also will include Daniel Callahan, […]

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FUNDREDS on View at Corcoran School of Arts and Design through March 12

Prospectus artist Mel Chin’s “The Fundred Dollar Bill Project” and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, Washington, DC, are pleased to announce presentation of “The Fundred Reserve” in the Corcoran’s Rotunda, Atrium and Gallery 1 through March 12.  Included are all 453,168 (and counting) of the Project’s hand-drawn representations of $100 bills created over the last […]

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Jeremijenko to Be Keynote Speaker at Brown’s Arts and Environment Symposium March 3

The Brown [University] Arts Initiative (BAI) will host “re|ACT: symposium on arts and environment”  March 3-4 in the University’s Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell St., Providence. The symposium will serve as the official programmatic kickoff of the BAI “and brings together cutting edge artists and scholars whose work engages with the multiplicity of environments […]

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Jaar Work Currently on View in Chicago Exhibition

Prospectus artist Alfredo Jaar (Public Interventions) has work in a photography exhibition in Chicago: Witness: Photography and the Human Condition Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago July 2, 2016 – February 19, 2017        

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Ellen Driscoll Exhibition in Siena, Italy, through Jan. 31

Venti Trasversali (Crosswinds), an exhibition of new work created in residence at the Siena Art Institute by Prospectus artist Ellen Driscoll (Distant Mirrors website + FASTFORWARDFOSSIL paintings on recycled plastic) can be seen at the Museo di Storia Naturale dell’Accademia dei Fisiocritici, Siena, Italy, through January 31, 2107. This series of drawings by Driscoll began with an […]

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Wheeler Work in “Loud and Clear” Exhibition

Through February 7, Prospectus artist Deb Todd Wheeler’s “walking sticks and other curious objects” can be seen in the Loud and Clear exhibit at Miller Yezerski Gallery, 460 Harrison Ave., Boston. Other artists represented in the exhibition are Jonathan Bonner, Rachel Perry, Joe Wardwell, Pat Falco and Eric Lebofsky. Wheeler’s Prospectus project can be seen here. […]

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McCall Blog Post in New Art and Culture Anthology

Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Common Good, edited by Johanna Burton, Shannon Jackson and Dominic Wilson and published in November 2016 by The MIT Press, contains text from an online debate about the effectiveness of socially engaged art to which Artists in Context co-director Louisa McCall contributed. The anthology contains essays, dialogues, and art […]

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Andrews Film Now Available as Webisode Series

The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes, a unique action, musical, science fiction film directed by Prospectus artist Nancy Andrews, has found new life as a webisode series. According to IndieWire, the film is “A cinematographic marriage between ‘mad-scientist’ Hollywood dramas from the 1930s, and juicy B-films from the 1960s complete with a strong eccentric female […]

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Jacob Exhibition at Radcliffe Institute through Jan. 14

Calm. Smoke rises vertically., an exhibition of work by Prospectus artist Wendy Jacob, is on view through January 14, 2017 at the Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, Byerly Hall, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, 8 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. Gallery hours are noon–5 p.m., Monday–Saturday. Working with vibrating walls, a live-streaming weather report, and architectural models from schools for the blind, […]

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