Come check out William Wolf’s art in the Armory cafe in the Month of September.
In his most recent body of work, William Wolf is inspired by childhood narratives that have impacted him throughout his life. Wolf explores forbidden spaces and faces phobias of spaces and the threat of parental authority. He does so through abstraction, process, color and the language of non two-dimensional painting.
About the Artist: William received his BFA painting from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He received his MFA from the University of Massachusetts Darmouth.
There will be an artist reception in the cafe from 6pm-9pm on Friday, September 2nd. It’s free and open to the public — join us!
TEEJ in Boston on Saturday August 27th, 2016. Please join to celebrate the most important festival with social activity, rituals and customs. Teej is considered as a very specially festivals for women, including dancing, singing, getting together with friends and telling stories, dressing up with henna-colored hands and feet, wearing red, green, yellow, purple and different clothes, sharing festive foods.
Event runs from 5pm-10pm; Admission $20
More information on NWGN- New England Chapters here.
More event information here.
jujartu is a feel good arts fest that aims to spread good juju in the world by benefiting our nonprofit partners through innovative programming. We’ll be bringing a wide range of music and fine artists together to perform and share their creative gifts with festival attendees on 8/13/16 from 12-4 at Arts at the Armory in Somerville, MA .
Monies raised from this year’s fest will be directed towards a pilot intermodal arts program with the Spina Bifida Association of Greater New England, benefiting kids and teens with physical disabilities.
Purchase tickets in advance on Eventbrite from now till 10:00 AM on 8/13 and SAVE over 15%!
Tickets will be available at the door for $25 (CASH ONLY).
Visit us at jujartu.com or facebook.com/jujartu or on Twitter @jujartu
Ready to experience the art of impermanence? Sētu Yoga in collaboration with Somerville’s Arts at the Armory is proud to bring you and experience with “Rangoli: The Ancient Sand Art Of India,”
including an exhibition, free community class, and two Master’s classes with Suhas Kavthekar
, a Mumbai-based Rangoli portraiture artist. He will be in the Boston area for one month and has graciously offered to share his 20+ years of experience with sand painting, unique both for its beauty and spirituality.
This special experience will include:
2. Exhibition on Friday, August 5 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
to register for any of these events.
We’ve got some fantastic summer arts programming for the kiddos coming up at The Armory!
– Visual Arts Week – July 25-28 – Ages 11-16
– Arts Discovery Week – August 1-5 – Ages 5-10
– Youth Arts Arise – August 8-12 – Ages 11-16
And other arts camps for kids being hosted at the Armory:
– Somerville Arts Council Theatre Camp – July 5-22 – Ages 8-13
– Center Stage Somerville – August 15-26 – Ages 8-12 (this camp is already full)
For more details/to register, click here