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Colin Byrne, "One Eye."

Colin Byrne, "One Eye," currently on view at Artifactory.


Wanderlust: Alternative Burlington, Vermont

Burlington, one of the cultural hubs of Vermont, doesn’t fall short in its share of art galleries. However, throughout the town there are many nontraditional spaces for art worth exploring during a visit or a casual weekend outing. Even in the midst of a daily routine, art is around you.


Salem Power Plant Footprint poster.

Salem Power Plant Footprint poster.


Across the Bridge: Art and Power at the Salem Harbor Power Plant

On the other side of the North River is the Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, where, students study art in all kinds of environments, but carrying out the artistic process at a power plant is a first for the college.


Veronika Tuskowski painting at Unifier Festival.


Unifier: Connecticut’s Own “Burning Man”

Music. Dancing. Art. Poetry. Gardening. Healing circles. Fire pits. Sound sanctuary. Sweat Lodges. Tea houses. Kids spaces. Yoga. Solar panels. Camping. Nature. Community. Humanity. This all happens at The Unifier Festival. What’s more, it’s all happening in New England.


Hedwig and the Angry Inch, photo by Joan Marcus


Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Belasco Theater

Currently playing on Broadway at the Belasco Theater in New York City, “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” has been nominated for 8 Tony awards — so far. This rock musical is centered around Hedwig, the transgendered lead singer in a fictional rock and roll band from East Germany. The production, written and performed by John Cameron Mitchell with music and lyrics by Stephen Trask, first appeared off Broadway in 1998.


Oana Lauric Harvard Lampoon at the Harvard Club still on exhibit at the Red Room in the Copley Society.

Oana Lauric Harvard Lampoon at the Harvard Club still on exhibit at the Red Room in the Copley Society.


Cambridge on Canvas at Copley Society

The Copley Society of Art and Harvard Club of Boston’s “Cambridge on Campus” event celebrating the Head of the Charles, Harvard University and the City of Cambridge on October 17 made Cambridge’s Harvard Club an exciting space to be in. A small jazz band worked in the corner while the extremely well dressed patrons tapped their feet and munched on hors d’oeuvres, examining the art placed on easels around the room.


The Magic Flute October 2013 Company Shot, set by John Conklin, costumes by Nancy Leary, lighting by Mark Stanley, photo credit Eric Antoniou

The Magic Flute October 2013 Company Shot, set by John Conklin, costumes by Nancy Leary, lighting by Mark Stanley, photo credit Eric Antoniou


Boston Lyric Opera’s The Magic Flute: In A New Key

The Boston Lyric Opera’s Magic Flute, in a new English language adaptation that world-premiered at the Shubert Theater Friday night, reveals the Tao of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart not through words but ultimately through the music itself. This contemporary reworking of Mozart’s final operatic fantasy, in performance through October 13th at the Shubert Theatre, updates the eighteenth-century libretto and resets the action among the Mayan ruins of the Yucatan.



Q&A with the Boston Cello Quartet

More than three years ago, the Boston Cello Quartet formed from a few of the newest additions to the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Three cellists were selected to join the Orchestra in the same round of auditions – a rare occurrence for such a selective group.



Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 132nd Season

Last Thursday the technically perfected sounds of the Boston Symphony Orchestra filled Boston Symphony Hall — the first of four performances that will consist of these two particular pieces of musical art. The first was the exciting and bouncy ballet in one act, “Pucinella” by Stravinsky, which was followed by the slower, more classical piece, Haydn’s “Mass in Time of War.”


RAW Musician Jacquelyn Wells performing at Guilt.
Photo credit Greg Caparell.


RAW Fusion: Emerging Talent at Your Local Nightclub

Sometimes the best kinds of parties are the ones filled with artists. Artists see the world from a perspective a guy working as an accountant necessarily wouldn’t. Artists are unafraid to take risks and therefore more willing to cut a rug on the dance floor. What is RAW?