January / February 2017

Contents

Volume 38, Issue 1

FEATURES

Building Common Ground
By Claire Barliant
Public Art Starts the Conversation

Hothouses of Creativity
By Laura Holland
Five Artist Residencies in New England

Can the Arts Save This Town?
By Christopher Capozzola & Sarah Baker
The Fitchburg Art Museum Has a Plan

COLUMNS

Letters

FlashPoints

Gallery FlashPoints

Studio Visit
Jon Sarkin
Emily Avery-Miller

Studio Visit
Charles Ginnever
By B. Amore

Education
STEM to STEAM: The New Push for Arts in Education
By Christopher Volpe

Profile
Jung Hur
By Katy Kelleher

Culture
Sensory Delights: Libations and Their Labels
By Katy Kelleher

Colors
The Primary and Powerful Blue
By Dian Parker

Film
Frame to Fame: Following Four Filmmakers on Their Journeys, Part 4
By Ethan Gilsdorf

Theater
The Scottsboro Boys
By Jared Bowen

Book Review
The Art of Rivalry: Four Friendships, Betrayals, and Breakthroughs in Modern Art
By Susan Rand Brown

Book Review
Nature Morte
By Dominic Green

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS

SPOTLIGHT
Nick Cave: Until at MASS MoCA by Charles Bonenti

CONNECTICUT
David Dunlop Paints the Northwest Corner at The White Gallery by Judy Birke

Kurt Steger: Scribing the Void at Real Art Ways by Susan Rand Brown

MAINE
Phantom Punch: Contemporary Art from Saudi Arabia in Lewiston at Bates College Museum of Art
by Carl Little

Juliet Karelsen: Groundless at Speedwell Projects
by Carl Little

MASSACHUSETTS
Doris Salcedo: The Materiality of Mourning at Harvard Art Museums
by Christopher Snow Hopkins

Being the Measure: David Zink Yi with Angie Keefer at Williams College Museum of Art
by Carand Burnet

Love/Lust at Boston Sculptors Gallery
by Cerys Wilson

Allison Bianco: Atlantic Time at Beard & Weil Galleries
by Elizabeth Lee

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Sidney Hurwitz, the Boston Elevated Railway and Other Vanished Landmarks at Piscataqua Fine Art Gallery & Studio
by David Raymond

Unwritten Thoughts at Art 3 Gallery
by David Raymond

RHODE ISLAND
Deb Sokolow: The Presidents (Some of Them) at Providence College Galleries
by Alexander Castro

Robert Paasch: Reality Duality at Periphery
by Alexander Castro

VERMONT
With My Voice, I Am Calling You Home—New Work by Wylie Sofia Garcia at Burlington City Arts
by Meg Brazill

The Past Present—Work by Molly Bosley and Athena Petra Tasiopoulos at Burlington City Arts
by Meg Brazill
 



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