Piano Craft Gallery

793 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02118
Gallery Hours: Friday 6-8pm // Saturday & Sunday 12-5pm

It’s the last weekend of this fantastic show. Don’t miss it! We’re open Friday form 6-8pm, Saturday/Sunday form 12-5pm!
pcgboston:

This diverse curated collection of figurative and portrait work joins multiple mediums including paintings, photography and sculptures. Twenty two artists display individual perspectives on our state of being.be·ing[bee-ing] noun1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence).2. conscious, mortal existence; life: The Piano Craft Gallery is one of the remaining legacies of the once thriving artist community in Boston’s South End. When the Gallery was slated to close in 2014 unlikely allies joined together to preserve the space, which is viewed by many in the community as a symbol of the fight for affordable spaces for low income artists. “State of Being” will be presented in the brand new gallery space that re-launched in May.Artists showing:Tom AcevedoJim BaabMyron BelfastAndre BertolinoKathriel BristerAndrew CarpentierSammy ChongDanielle CoenenJohn DavisDanielle FestaAndrew FishRebecca M. FullertonSuzi GrossmanG.L. HeerenSarah MayChristine PalamidessiBrendan SullivanAndrew TedescoChristina M. TedescoDaria TheodoraVanessa R. ThompsonKatherine Wildman
https://www.facebook.com/events/247376182136649

It’s the last weekend of this fantastic show. Don’t miss it! We’re open Friday form 6-8pm, Saturday/Sunday form 12-5pm!

pcgboston:

This diverse curated collection of figurative and portrait work joins multiple mediums including paintings, photography and sculptures. Twenty two artists display individual perspectives on our state of being.

be·ing
[bee-ing] noun
1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence).
2. conscious, mortal existence; life: 

The Piano Craft Gallery is one of the remaining legacies of the once thriving artist community in Boston’s South End. When the Gallery was slated to close in 2014 unlikely allies joined together to preserve the space, which is viewed by many in the community as a symbol of the fight for affordable spaces for low income artists. “State of Being” will be presented in the brand new gallery space that re-launched in May.

Artists showing:

Tom Acevedo
Jim Baab
Myron Belfast
Andre Bertolino
Kathriel Brister
Andrew Carpentier
Sammy Chong
Danielle Coenen
John Davis
Danielle Festa
Andrew Fish
Rebecca M. Fullerton
Suzi Grossman
G.L. Heeren
Sarah May
Christine Palamidessi
Brendan Sullivan
Andrew Tedesco
Christina M. Tedesco
Daria Theodora
Vanessa R. Thompson
Katherine Wildman

https://www.facebook.com/events/247376182136649

We had a full house last night! Thank you for supporting local art!

This diverse curated collection of figurative and portrait work joins multiple mediums including paintings, photography and sculptures. Twenty two artists display individual perspectives on our state of being.be·ing[bee-ing] noun1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence).2. conscious, mortal existence; life: The Piano Craft Gallery is one of the remaining legacies of the once thriving artist community in Boston’s South End. When the Gallery was slated to close in 2014 unlikely allies joined together to preserve the space, which is viewed by many in the community as a symbol of the fight for affordable spaces for low income artists. “State of Being” will be presented in the brand new gallery space that re-launched in May.Artists showing:Tom AcevedoJim BaabMyron BelfastAndre BertolinoKathriel BristerAndrew CarpentierSammy ChongDanielle CoenenJohn DavisDanielle FestaAndrew FishRebecca M. FullertonSuzi GrossmanG.L. HeerenSarah MayChristine PalamidessiBrendan SullivanAndrew TedescoChristina M. TedescoDaria TheodoraVanessa R. ThompsonKatherine Wildman
https://www.facebook.com/events/247376182136649

This diverse curated collection of figurative and portrait work joins multiple mediums including paintings, photography and sculptures. Twenty two artists display individual perspectives on our state of being.

be·ing
[bee-ing] noun
1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence).
2. conscious, mortal existence; life: 

The Piano Craft Gallery is one of the remaining legacies of the once thriving artist community in Boston’s South End. When the Gallery was slated to close in 2014 unlikely allies joined together to preserve the space, which is viewed by many in the community as a symbol of the fight for affordable spaces for low income artists. “State of Being” will be presented in the brand new gallery space that re-launched in May.

Artists showing:

Tom Acevedo
Jim Baab
Myron Belfast
Andre Bertolino
Kathriel Brister
Andrew Carpentier
Sammy Chong
Danielle Coenen
John Davis
Danielle Festa
Andrew Fish
Rebecca M. Fullerton
Suzi Grossman
G.L. Heeren
Sarah May
Christine Palamidessi
Brendan Sullivan
Andrew Tedesco
Christina M. Tedesco
Daria Theodora
Vanessa R. Thompson
Katherine Wildman

https://www.facebook.com/events/247376182136649

Chances are, your father is familiar with the story of Betty and Barney Hill’s 1961 UFO abduction. Your father would appreciate our current exhibit about their story.

Be a good kid and bring your dad to the  Piano Craft Gallery this weekend!

Saturday/Sunday: 12-5pm

Chances are, your father is familiar with the story of Betty and Barney Hill’s 1961 UFO abduction. Your father would appreciate our current exhibit about their story.

Be a good kid and bring your dad to the Piano Craft Gallery this weekend!

Saturday/Sunday: 12-5pm

We’re open tonight from 6 to 7pm!

We’re open tonight from 6 to 7pm!

Hope to see you at our second show in our new gallery space!

Hope to see you at our second show in our new gallery space!

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Hope to see you all on Friday!pcgboston:

Please join us for the opening reception of “The Abductees,” an exhibition of photography by Cassandra Klos.The opening begins at 6:00pm with a brief artist talk at 6:30pm."The Abductees" tells the story of Betty and Barney Hill, an interracial couple whose lives were forever changed after their 1961 UFO abductionin the mountains of New Hampshire. The collision of the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and the birth of the Space Age allowed for the ultimate trifecta of disbelief and ridicule towards the Hills during their lifetime. Some said they were Communists, others believed the Hills’ views on interracial marriage drove them to insanity. The archive surrounding this non-fiction event tells a different story.Cassandra Klos is a recent graduate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is the winner of the 2014 Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography and has participated in a number of exhibitions including Inner and Outer Space at Wheaton College, Undergraduate Photography Now! (Part 1 and 2) as part of the Flash Forward Festival, Carousel IV at Aviary Gallery, and many more.
 
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/610125352410603/

Hope to see you all on Friday!

pcgboston
:

Please join us for the opening reception of “The Abductees,” an exhibition of photography by Cassandra Klos.

The opening begins at 6:00pm with a brief artist talk at 6:30pm.

"The Abductees" tells the story of Betty and Barney Hill, an interracial couple whose lives were forever changed after their 1961 UFO abductionin the mountains of New Hampshire. The collision of the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and the birth of the Space Age allowed for the ultimate trifecta of disbelief and ridicule towards the Hills during their lifetime. Some said they were Communists, others believed the Hills’ views on interracial marriage drove them to insanity. The archive surrounding this non-fiction event tells a different story.

Cassandra Klos is a recent graduate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is the winner of the 2014 Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography and has participated in a number of exhibitions including Inner and Outer Space at Wheaton College, Undergraduate Photography Now! (Part 1 and 2) as part of the Flash Forward Festival, Carousel IV at Aviary Gallery, and many more.
 
Rest In Power

Rest In Power

Please join us for the opening reception of “The Abductees,” an exhibition of photography by Cassandra Klos.The opening begins at 6:00pm with a brief artist talk at 6:30pm."The Abductees" tells the story of Betty and Barney Hill, an interracial couple whose lives were forever changed after their 1961 UFO abductionin the mountains of New Hampshire. The collision of the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and the birth of the Space Age allowed for the ultimate trifecta of disbelief and ridicule towards the Hills during their lifetime. Some said they were Communists, others believed the Hills’ views on interracial marriage drove them to insanity. The archive surrounding this non-fiction event tells a different story.Cassandra Klos is a recent graduate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is the winner of the 2014 Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography and has participated in a number of exhibitions including Inner and Outer Space at Wheaton College, Undergraduate Photography Now! (Part 1 and 2) as part of the Flash Forward Festival, Carousel IV at Aviary Gallery, and many more.
 
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/610125352410603/
Please join us for the opening reception of “The Abductees,” an exhibition of photography by Cassandra Klos.

The opening begins at 6:00pm with a brief artist talk at 6:30pm.

"The Abductees" tells the story of Betty and Barney Hill, an interracial couple whose lives were forever changed after their 1961 UFO abductionin the mountains of New Hampshire. The collision of the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and the birth of the Space Age allowed for the ultimate trifecta of disbelief and ridicule towards the Hills during their lifetime. Some said they were Communists, others believed the Hills’ views on interracial marriage drove them to insanity. The archive surrounding this non-fiction event tells a different story.

Cassandra Klos is a recent graduate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is the winner of the 2014 Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography and has participated in a number of exhibitions including Inner and Outer Space at Wheaton College, Undergraduate Photography Now! (Part 1 and 2) as part of the Flash Forward Festival, Carousel IV at Aviary Gallery, and many more.
 
A book reading by Anne Alison BarnetMay 23, 2014 6-8pm793 Tremont St"Years ago, when I told people where I lived, they’d say, in horror, “Oh, you’d better get out of there!” They even offered to help me move. Years later, their pleased reaction to the same neighborhood was, “Oh, you must own a condo!” And now they say, wistfully, “I wish I could live there but I could never afford it.”RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/241692822690319

A book reading by Anne Alison Barnet
May 23, 2014 6-8pm
793 Tremont St

"Years ago, when I told people where I lived, they’d say, in horror, “Oh, you’d better get out of there!” They even offered to help me move. 

Years later, their pleased reaction to the same neighborhood was, “Oh, you must own a condo!” 

And now they say, wistfully, “I wish I could live there but I could never afford it.”

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/241692822690319