6:00 PM18:00

Something's in the Water Reception

Something's In The Water tomorrow night!

Please join us for the opening reception of "Something's in the Water" on Friday April 7th.

This collaborative event will include music by Gus Agudelo and presentations on seagrass habitats by marine ecologist Alyssa Novak. “Something’s in the Water” is about the ambiguous space between the recognizable and unrecognizable. Something appears so real and familiar you are convinced it is one thing, yet you are not sure if you can trust your vision or your sense of reality. My new paintings explore seagrass habitats in relation to the absurdities we face with our current political and cultural environment. 

Opening Reception:
Friday, April 7th, 6:30-9:00PM

6:30-7:00    Nedret Andre "Something's In the Water"

7:00- 8:00   Marine ecologist Alyssa Novak

8:00- 9:00    Gus Agudelo solo folk-jazz-blues guitar

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6:00 PM18:00

Southern New England Artists Community Invitational.

Friday, January 20th, 6pm-9pm, stop by to celebrate the opening of The Southern New England Artist Community's artist invitational at The Gallery at Enso Gallery in Brockton.

Annually, SNAC uses this regional show as an opportunity for contributing members to extend an invitation to peers and colleagues working separately from the association to better expand their teeming network of creatives and to provide additional context for their work and peer group. For more information about SNAC and its programs, visit their website at www.snacart.com

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4:00 PM16:00

PhotoVoice Opening Reception

For our next show, we are partnering with the Mayor's office to present "PhotoVoice" which begins June 16th. "PhotoVoice," coined by Caroline Wang and Mary Ann Burris in 1992, is a method by which people – usually those with limited power due to poverty, language barriers, race, class, ethnicity, gender, culture or other circumstances use photo images to capture aspects of their environment and experiences and share them with others. This show features the photos and expressive thoughts of Brockton Youth, tackling issues of substance abuse, as well as peace and stability in their communities.

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