I Like Your Work Podcast Fall Exhibition and Launch Party

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Per the City of Boston's COVID-19 Guidelines, masks will be required to be worn by all visitors.

The Piano Craft Gallery is excited to be partnering with I Like Your Work Podcast hosted by Erika Hess to host "Forbidden Fruit" a national juried exhibition!

Join us for the Opening Reception of Launch Party:

Friday September 3, 2021
5:45-8:00PM

Erika Hess will host a talk at 5:45PM

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About the juror:
Hilary Doyle

Hilary Doyle is an artist, teacher, curator and gallery co-director. Doyle’s work includes painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture about gender, class and psychology. She is represented by Taymour Grahne Projects in London. Recent solo shows include “Metrapolis” with Taymour Grahne online in august 2020, as well as “Echoing Voices” at One River School in November 2019. Her work has received press coverage in Hyperallergic, Bushwick Daily, and New American Paintings Blog.

Doyle founded and co-directs NYC Crit Club with co-director Catherine Haggarty which was just included in observer magazines Arts Power 50: Change makers in the art world. She is also a gallery Co-Director and curator at Transmitter gallery in Brooklyn. Doyle is faculty at Rhode Island School of Design. She has taught for the last 8 years at various schools including Purchase College and a three year appointment with Brown University.

Doyle received an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has an upcoming solo show with Taymour Grahne Projects in summer of 2022.

Doyle lives and works in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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The Piano Craft Gallery, Inc. is located in a historic Boston landmark that works to eliminate common barriers to accessing the arts such as race, education level, and class by guiding our operation through an anti-racist and inclusive lens.  The Piano Craft Gallery, Inc. does this by sharing, promoting, and celebrating the work of racially, culturally, and socio-economically diverse artists of all abilities with the public. This results in diverse networks of individuals accessing the gallery space and experiencing the arts.  The Piano Craft Gallery, Inc. provides a free, handicapped accessible venue in Boston where people can enjoy and learn about the diversity of art-making and performing in the Greater Boston area.  Additionally, the Piano Craft Gallery, Inc. provides an affordable community venue for public and private events.

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