This artist exhibition is in Boston, MA at the Assemblage Gallery in the Envoy Hotel. This event is already supported by The City of Boston Arts Office of Arts and Culture, Carl Hall, and in-kind donations from Castle Island Brewing Company and The Smokeshop BBQ.
All donors will receive recognition on our website and in our event brochure.
What is left still to cover?
Uhaul 2 days for install $250
Reception and event staff (ticketing, bar, food, other) $500
Brochures: digital free /paper limited $200
Core 7 Artist stipends materials: $700
Guest 13 artist stipends: $1300
Marketing digital & print: $300
Misc/other/as it comes up: $200
About the Event: Event tickets are free and open to the public with RSVP
CURATOR: Jodie Baehre
A look at how the convergence of people and place can bring about the beauty that is art, this show is a celebration of culture and our ability to come together to celebrate our ethnic and cultural diversities.
As neighborhoods become more gentrified and we see the rise of “affordable luxury living,” the loss of free parking, and the ever-growing unattainable cookie-cutter lifestyle, we naturally seek a mosaic that gives a voice to inclusion, and a place of gather. There Once Was Parking turns the gallery setting into a creative space to explore art, music, and food through a multitude of free events and thoughtful conversation. Questions? You won't be afraid to ask.
GALLERY ARTISTS: Jodie Baehre (painter), Aristotle Forrester (painter), Ari Hauben (mixed media), Kate Castelli (printmaking and illustration), Adam O’Day (painter), and NYLONDOG - Nicky Bandera & Jason Cool (installation) have been awarded exhibition and program space through the Fort Point Arts Community to create a community art show at Assemblage Gallery in the Envoy Hotel.
GUEST PROGRAM ARTISTS/MUSICIANS: Performances by Project STEP and Artist Talk moderated by Percy Fortini-Wright and Paul Grant - All donations from this event will be evenly gifted to Project STEP and the Fort Point Arts Community; Concert: Javier Caballero, cello & Jason Amos, viola; Yoga and Chocolate by Noel Mendez Medina;