Mara Trachtenberg’s exhibition “A Decadent World Night” of sculptures, photos and a stop-motion animation video wraps up at AS220’s Project Space in Providence tomorrow with a public chat between her…Continue Reading →
Narya Marcille Couldn’t Attend the 2017 Women’s March. Instead She Designed A Poster That Became A Surprise Icon Of The Protests.
“The Women’s March was coming,” Narya Marcille recalls, “and I was furious about the outcome of the election and I had nowhere to put that energy. I so wanted to…Continue Reading →
To Do Jan. 26 to Feb. 2: Winter Princesses, Punk Rock Aerobics, Polish Mardi Gras, Underground Music, Chocolate Fest, Roe v. Wade
Friday, Jan. 26 10 a.m. Art: 2018 Portland Museum of Art Biennial debuts in Portland, Maine. 6 p.m. Music: Damon & Naomi and Thalia Zedek play at Feeding Tube Records in…Continue Reading →
Punk Rock Aerobics is one of those genius ideas—and part of its genius is that it seems inevitable that someone would crash the loud anti-social-ness of punk into the whole…Continue Reading →
With Protests Of Mila Kunis Appearance, Harvard's Hasty Pudding Finally Agrees To Let Women Join The Show
As perhaps a few hundred people flocked to Cambridge’s Harvard Square to see Hollywood actress Mila Kunis appear in a short parade advertising Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals, a handful…Continue Reading →