The Piano Craft Gallery is excited to host
“Justify the Fish” featuring School of the Museum of Fine Arts undergraduate artists:
Join us for the Reception:
Saturday May 7, 2022: 6-9PM
Show Dates: April 30-May 8, 2022
Fridays 6-8PM, Saturdays 12-5PM, & Sundays 12-5PM
What does it mean to traverse boundaries, evolve through time, and grow a community across a diverse breadth of lived experiences? In search of our own evolution, we find connection in different ways of being. Artists in “Justify the Fish” continue to consider these questions through painting, sculpture, and video installation.
Intermediate Studio Seminar is a year-long course taught by Eva Lundsager (with teaching assistant Xan Peters and studio assistant Laura Harvey) that allows undergraduate students to establish an independent and interdisciplinary studio practice, all the while fostering growth and community through meaningful interaction.
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The Piano Craft Gallery, Inc. is located in a historic Boston landmark and 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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