2.2 min readBy Published On: June 13th, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

Part One

Image: “Painterly Print” by Lenore Tenenblatt

As always there is great contemporary art and events in 02127/02210! Part One is highlighting some of the amazing things happening in 02210/Fort Point!

Don’t Miss:  
Facing Down Death: OperaHub in collaboration with Fort Point Theatre Channel presents Facing Down Death–Erik Satie’s Socrate and excerpts from Erin Huelskamp and Christie Lee Gibson’s The Ten-Block Walk: An Old Person’s Odyssey. 10 Channel Center Street 02210
June 21-23
https://marc-miller.squarespace.com/facing-down-death/

 

Up til June 22th

STILL: Objects Observed
at Atlantic Wharf Gallery, 290 Congress St.
http://www.fortpointarts.org/posts/atlantic-wharf/
 
Still life in all media by Fort Point Arts Community members
 
works by:
Jamie Bowman, Sage Brousseu, Nikolay Cherney, Ronald Cowie, Laura Davidson, Rebecca Dwyer, Leslie Anne Feagley, Franck Grail, Elisa H. Hamilton, Joanne Kaliontzis, Ian Kennelly, Lisa Knox, Amy MacDonald, Sterling Mulbry, Ann Marie Scott, Sylvia Stagg Giuliano 
 
Guest juror, painter Emily Eveleth

Go See:

Made in Fort Point
Featured Artist June 2013: Lenore Tennenblatt
Painterly Prints
June 1-30, 2013

“Made in Fort Point will be featuring Painterly Prints, the work of Lenore Tenenblatt for the month of June. Lenore’s process involves painting on a plastic plate textured with carborundum which she runs through a large printing press. This series of painterly prints is called “Dark Flower”.   Made in Fort Point sells handcrafted and designed wares by local artists: jewelry, paintings, prints, pottery, photography, clothing and accessories, prints, greeting cards, and much more.”
 
Made in Fort Point
30 Channel Center Street
Boston MA 02210
at A Street and Mt Washington
617-423-1100

 

Ongoing:

Design Museum Boston presents: Street Seats Re-imagining the Public Bench

“Design Museum Boston’s Street Seats is a unique opportunity to think differently about public seating. Design brings communities together, and public seating sets the stage for chance encounters, people watching, connecting with nature, or simply taking a break. This outdoor exhibition is the culmination of a design competition which gave creative people from around the world a chance to rethink the humble public bench. Over 170 teams participated and 23 countries were represented. Designers were challenged to create environmentally-friendly outdoor sidewalk furniture for Fort Point Channel with a focus on reuse, renewable materials, and innovative construction methods. The outdoor exhibition features the Semi-Finalists from the Street Seats Design Challenge – 19 unique public benches that help us see the city in a whole new light.”

Guided tours are every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 1pm and 7pm.

More info:  http://designmuseumboston.org/exhibits/streetseats

Kathleen Bitetti is a practicing visual artist, a curator/art administrator and a public policy and advocacy expert based in South Boston. www.kathleenbitetti.com