Malton Gallery’s upcoming exhibition opening for Women’s Work, Art of Women, which includes a discussion by the participants, should make for an interesting evening — if only to find out just what one means when one says “women’s work.”
An event that grew out of Joi Sears’ recent Artist as Activist program at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, xChange is a one-night eco-conscious “pop-up creative placemaking experiment” celebrating local artists, activists and entrepreneurs who use their creativity as a vehicle for social change.
Visionaries + Voices artists Barb Riddle, Dale Jackson, Romando Love and Jennifer Crowe will provide visitors to Niehoff Urban Studio with their own inspired interpretations of the fluidity of identity this Friday in their exhibition Masked/Unmasked.
The almost-100-year-old Hal Lasko, a retired typographer from American Greetings, painted oil and watercolors throughout his professional career and up until the late ’90s, when his grandson gave him a computer.
This First Saturday, artists and current residents of 2159 Central Ave., in Brighton, Molly Donnermeyer and Amy Scarpello, are inaugurating their alternative arts space, Live(In) Gallery, with an exhibition of photography, installation, performance and auditory selections titled The Residents.