AS220: December Openings

Saturday I made a long overdue trip to a major cultural hub here in Providence, the many spaces of AS220. Established as a small artists space (Hence the “AS”) in 1985, AS220 has grown to be one of major leaders of Providence’s artistic cultural identity. It’s a music venue, performance space, multiple art galleries, workshop, artist living space, and restaurant Continue Reading →

MASS MoCA: Part II

In continuation of my trip to MASS MoCA… Moving towards the back of the museum we encountered Lee Boroson’s Plastic Fantastic, which for me was a jaw dropping encounter when we first saw the huge installation Moisture Content. It was if we entered a white, undersea kelp forest or school of jellyfish. One could wander throughout the installation, immersed in Continue Reading →

Griffin Museum of Photography

Another Art Road Trip! This time I journeyed north of Boston to the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA with Mara Trachtenberg. I had never heard of this particular museum before, but it is housed in a charming old building that sits beside a pond in this close suburb of Boston.  Striving to fulfill the vision of founder Arthur Continue Reading →

MASS MoCA: Part I

While I love spur of the moment museum and gallery trips, some require a bit more planning and a visit to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) is definitely one that entails some strategy. I’m glad to say that I had the company of the gallerists of GRIN on this my maiden voyage to MASS MoCA. Located a Continue Reading →