Parties & Openings
Feb. 11 - Tivoli
TAG's Annual Erotica Show
Feb. 2 - North Adams
100 Hours In The Woodshed
Jan. 28 - Spencertown
Opening of Nari Ward: ‘Sub Mirage Lignum’ at MASS MoCA
MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA, opened two exhibitions last Saturday night. On the second floor of Building 4, Nari Ward made enormous installations for a show titled Sub Mirage Lignum, a hybrid zone made of mostly repurposed materials where the real and the imaginary are intermingled, forcing visitor to challenge the reality before them. Upstairs, two graduate students from the masters program at Williams College, Emily Leisz Carr and Oliver Wunsch (left with fellow Williams graduate student Lucie Steinberg), curated a show called Memery: Imitation, Memory and Internet Culture (through July 31) that features work made of words, pictures and videos found on the Internet.
Maya Mondlak & Nira Ward explore a gallery; MASS MoCA’s Katherine Myers with Jennifer Trainer Thompson (in a skirt by artist J. Morgan Puett who has shown at MASS MoCA) and Canadian curator Jeanie Riddle.
Artist Michael Boroniec with arts consultant Cathy Deely and Kate Morris, whose husband is the chairman of the MASS MoCA Board of Trustees.
Artist James Voorhies of the Bureau for Open Culture who will be opening a biergarten at MASS MoCA this summer with curator Denise Markonish and Nate Padavick.