Vol. 1, No. 1
Out of the Blue Gallery
Paintings by Leslie Olin, Cynthia Segal, Charles Tersolo, George Tesha, John Paul Trudeau.Show: Through Nov 30, 1998. Mon-Fri 3-5 pm, or by appointment. Sat noon-5 pm, or by appointment.
Reception: Nov 15, 1998, 12-5 pm.
Out of the Blue Gallery, 168 Brookline St., Cambridge. Contact: 617-354-5287.
Out of the Blue Gallery also maintains a rotating art show at: Phoenix Landing (512 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge); Brookline Lunch (Brookline St., Cambridge); T.T. The Bears Place (10 Brookline St., Cambridge); Galilee Restaurant (Coolidge Corner, Brookline); 1369 Coffeeshop (Central Square, Cambridge); Ri Ra (835 Beacon St., Kenmore Sq., Boston).
Painting by John Paul Trudeau
Elusive Presences, Painted wall reliefs by Dianne Lam.Show: Nov 5-20, 1998. Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm (Thu 8:30 am-8pm).
Reception: Nov 5, 1998, 5-7 pm.
Gallery 57, Cambridge Arts Council, 57 Inman St., 2nd floor, Cambridge (intersection of Inman and Broadway).
Sponsor: Cambridge Arts Council.
Painting by Dianne Lam
Lovers Sake Set. Paintings by Jay Clifford and Sarah Jeppson.Show: Nov 6-26, 1998. Thu-Sat 2-7 pm.
Zeitgeist Gallery, 312 Broadway, Cambridge. Contact: 617-876-2182.
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Metaphor, Allegory, Illustration, and Narrative. Works by John Baldessari, Jennifer Bartlett, and Robert Colescott.Show: Oct 16 - Nov 20, 1998. Mon - Sat 9 am-midnight. Sun noon - 11 pm.
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St., Cambridge. Contact: 617-495-3251 (email: email@example.com).
The Carpenter Center also sponsors a Thursday Evening Lecture Series.
The Weston Gallery
Paintings by Dave Schuster, Paul Richard, Deborah Howard, Alvin Long, Isabel Riley.Show: Ongoing, Tue-Fri 1-7 pm. Sat noon-5pm.
The Weston Gallery, 106 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Contact: 617-876-2840.
Painting by Paul Richard
For Patrons Only, Photos by Cambridgeport artist Karen Davis.Over 30 black & white photos capturing the interior of public lavatories, located in the gallerys own public restroom.
Show: Through Nov 28, 1998. Tue-Sat 10 am- 5:30 pm.
Creiger-Dane Gallery, 36 Newbury St., 3rd floor, Boston.
Photo by Karen Davis
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
Where Do I Fit In? Isa Elke Dean.A multimedia installation which examines the artists multiracial identify.
Show: Nov 12 - Dec 31, 1998. Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Reception: Sat Nov 21, 1998, 6-7 pm.
Black Tie and Jamboree (one exhibit). Robert Freeman. Paintings depicting African Americans at social gatherings.Show: Through Dec 1998. Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second St., East Cambridge. Contact: 617-577-1400
Brickbottom Open Studios
Eighty artists with studios invite the public to view and/or purchase works in clay, marble, metal, paint, glass, fabric, fiber, and paper.Show: Nov 21 and 22, 1998. Noon-6 pm, each day. No charge.
Brickbottom Artists Building, One Fitchburg St., Somerville (beside the McGrath OBrien Highway/Route 28, across from Twin Cities Plaza.
By MBTA, take Green Line to Lechmere station, followed by 10-minute walk down McGrath toward Somerville.)
Contact: Riki Moss, 617-776-3410.
Artists with studios at the Brickbottom Artists Building include jewelers, potters, painters, photographers, toy makers, sculptors, printmakers, and more.
Art by Jessica Strauss
Art by Suzanna Darling
Lowell Street Gallery
Small Works show featuring works not exceeding 14 x 14 inches. All media, various artists.Show: Nov 7-30, 1998. Tue-Sat 11 am - 5 pm. Sun 1-5 pm. Reception: Nov 15, 1998, 4-6 pm.
Lowell Street Gallery, 25 Lowell St., Cambridge.
University Place Gallery
Partners in Printmaking. Prints by 13 print makers.Show: Nov 4-28, 1998. Mon-Fri 9 am - 6 pm. Sat 9 am - 1 pm. Reception: Nov 13, 1998. 5:30-7:30 pm.
University Place Gallery, 124 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge.
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