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East Boston Open Studios director June Krinsky-Rudder standing in front of her work.

East Boston Open Studios director June Krinsky-Rudder standing in front of her work.


CORNERED: EAST BOSTON ARTISTS GROUP OPEN STUDIOS

BOSTON, MA – East Boston Open Studios takes places this Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19. artscope managing editor Brian Goslow cornered June Krinsky-Rudder co-founder of the East Boston Artists Group Open Studios to discuss event preparations, what makes the open studio experience special and what they offer to the arts community. HOW LONG […]



Cornered: Julie Barry of Cambridge Open Studios

Cambridge Open Studios takes place Saturday and Sunday, May 11 and 12 (North/West) and May 18 and 19 (East/Central). Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow cornered Julie Barry, Director of Community Arts for the Cambridge Arts Council, who oversees Cambridge Open Studios, to discuss event preparations, what makes the open studio experience special and what they […]


“Percy Fortini-Wright: The Spray Can and the Brush” opens on May 3 with a Friday evening reception from 6-8 p.m. at Milton Academy’s Nesto Gallery.

“Percy Fortini-Wright: The Spray Can and the Brush” opens on May 3 with a Friday evening reception from 6-8 p.m. at Milton Academy’s Nesto Gallery.


Percy Fortini-Wright: The Spray Can and the Brush at Nesto Gallery

By Brian Goslow Milton, MA – “Percy Fortini-Wright: The Spray Can and the Brush” opens on May 3 with a Friday evening reception from 6-8 p.m. at Milton Academy’s Nesto Gallery. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow “cornered” Fortini-Wright, who teaches at the Art Institute Of Boston at Lesley University and Montserrat College of Art, to […]


Rachel Mello at Somerville Open Studios.

Rachel Mello at Somerville Open Studios (SOS).


Cornered: Rachel Mello, Somerville Open Studios

Somerville, MA – The Boston area will see a series of Open Studios Weekends in the month of May. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow cornered Rachel Mello, Coordinator, Somerville Open Studios (May 4-5); to discuss event preparations, what makes the open studio experience special and what they offer to the arts community. HOW LONG HAVE […]


Mason's Chain Bridge at La Capelli Salon Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Mason's Chain Bridge at La Capelli Salon.


Ed Mason at Cambridge’s La Capelli Salon

By James Foritano Cambridge, MA – My neighbor in Cambridge was a very quiet guy who turned his considerable intellect towards the psychology of children and childhood. Who, except his intimates, knew that Ed Mason possessed a kinetic imagination — an imagination that takes the viewer by the hand, inviting him or her down the […]



Covering art in Boston: a personal post By Lindsey Davis

I can’t believe April is already here, especially since that means my time interning for Artscope Magazine has ended. Each week I’ve covered two events or galleries for the Zine online, condensing a performance or an exhibition down to 500 words. I’ve learned there isn’t really a formula for this kind of writing, but a […]


"Sharp Intrusion" Acrylic on canvas 43x28"


Shari Rubeck’s “Being Human” at The Hallway Gallery

Shari Rubeck uses her work to reveal interpretations of the human psyche — she visualizes feelings and emotions by embodying them in a single figure against a simple background. Her new show at The Hallway Gallery, in Jamaica Plain, Mass., “Being Human,” is comprised of 14 works that focus on her fascination with animals.


"State House Spaceship", digital photographic C-Print, 36" x 24."


Karen Meninno: Sculpture Remix at Kingston Gallery

artscope writer, Meredith Cuttler sits down with artist Karen Menino to discuss the latter’s new opening, “Sculpture Remix,”which is now on view at the Kingston Gallery. The show features a series of 2D manipulated images of sculptures.


Aparna Agrawal, "Mapmaking."


The Wheaton Biennial: Drawing Out of Bounds at Wheaton College

Elizabeth Michelman visits The Weaton Biennial drawing exhibition, curated by Judith Tannenbaum, and finds a collection that prioritizes formal experimentation over technical skill, and includes themes of cultural identity.


Moving with Turner to Brooklyn oil on canvas, 60 x 40 inches


Alexandra Rozenman’s “Transplanted” at the Multicultural Arts Center

Alexandra Rozenman’s show “Transplanted” works to do just that — move you from this world into another, one with more hope, less worry, and more wonder. Scenes of bliss simply painted, the 11 large works hang in the Multicultural Arts Center’s Upper Gallery like 11 rectangular portals, most inspired by famous hands from art history.