Thursday, January 08, 2009

Second Saturday, January 10, 2009

Here's a bit of what's coming up this Second Saturday in Beacon:
Zahra's Studio is holding a reception for a show of Rick Price's paintings which has been on view from January 1 and continue through the 31. The reception is happening from 6-10pm.
Go North Gallery is hosting an exhibit of Steve Rossi's sculptural installations. The exhibit is called In an effort to Convalesce
Floor One Gallery is back from hiatus with an exhibit of work by Cahbasm called All you is Crime in the City. The opening reception is taking place from 7-10 pm.
Limited Run II continues at Open Space through Feb 1.
400 Square is opening the exhibit The Road to the Dream: News Photographs From The Emergence Of The Civil Rights Movement. The exhibit runs through Feb 7. The reception is taking place from 4-8pm.
Behind Bars, Andrew Lichtenstein's photographs of life in and around American prisons has been extended through January at Fovea.
Mount Beacon Fine art is hosting a group exhibit of work featured in the book Freedom and Art. Freedom and Art is the result of a collaborative project and fundraiser for Amnesty Intl. organized by artist Carla Goldberg and features a roster of international artists as well as several local artists. The reception is being held from 6-9pm and the exhibit will be on view through March 8. A panel talk on the topic of Burma will be held at the gallery on February 14.
The Photographer's Place, which opened last Second Saturday in the former Burlock space at 508 Main St is having an opening reception from 4-8pm for a show of photographer and owner Mark MacKinnon's images.

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