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Chats with a Curator

Rebecca Hayes on Yowshien Kuo's Frontier Romance Saturday December 18 from 1-5 pm Free We are honored to have curator and museum educator Rebecca Hayes to talk with you about Yowshien Kuo's Frontier Romance. This is an incredible opportunity to ask questions and deepen your engagement with the work. Just drop in, say hello, and...

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Chats with a Curator

Curator and Museum Educator Rebecca Hayes will be available on Saturday February 5 from 1 to 5 pm, to speak to visitors about Crystalle Lacouture and Kevin Umaña's A New Devotional. Just drop in, no reservations necessary! The exhibition closes on Sunday, February 6.

Meet the Artist: Crystalle Lacouture

As the pandemic grinds on and we remain estranged from the normalcy of our pre-pandemic lives as well as from those we love, Crystalle Lacouture continues making a series of tribute drawings on paper shooting targets. Her mother, the original inspiration for this work, has entered yet another difficult stage of her cancer treatment, and so she...

Live Performance: string figures (cat’s cradle)

string figures (cat’s cradle) A Performance by Katherine Mitchell DiRico and Taneka Scott Sunday, March 6, 2022 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM As part of Katherine Mitchell DiRico’s solo exhibition i’ll believe in anything for a while, this event features the artist together with educator Taneka Scott in a live, in-person performance. The event is open to...

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Chats with a Curator

Curator and Museum Educator Rebecca Hayes will be available on Saturday, March 12 from 1 to 5 pm, to speak to visitors about Katherine Mitchell DiRico's I'll believe in anything for a while. Just drop-in, no reservations necessary! The exhibition closes on Sunday, March 13.

The Willing: A Helina Metaferia Performance and Artist Talk

Praise Shadows Art Gallery 313A Harvard St, Brookline, MA

A ONE-NIGHT EVENT BY HELINA METAFERIA April 7th at 6pm Register Here A special event as part of Helina Metaferia's solo exhibition All Put Together at Praise Shadows Art Gallery, the artist will activate the gallery space with a multi-part wearable sculptural performance titled The Willing, consisting of a brass crown inspired by her Ethiopian heritage decorated with...

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Chats With A Curator

Chats with a Curator is back! Join Rebecca Hayes this Saturday, April 9 from 1 to 5 pm. She will be at the gallery to speak with visitors about Helina Metaferia's exhibition All Put Together.

Chats With A Curator

Chats with a Curator is back! Join Rebecca Hayes this Saturday, May 14th from 1 to 5 pm. She will be at the gallery to speak with visitors about our exhibition Encounter/Exchange featuring artists Tiffany Calvert and Naomi Reis. This exhibition is on view through Thursday, May 26th.

Oliver Jeffers Artist Talk

Coolidge Corner Theatre 290 Harvard Street, Brookline

Live and in-person with Brookline Booksmith and Praise Shadows Art Gallery, at Coolidge Corner Theatre! Join us to celebrate the work of artist and picture book creator Oliver Jeffers, in conversation with Yng-Ru Chen. Register for the event and purchase tickets here! This event is ticketed. Tickets include general admission to the event. Ticketholders will...

Chats With A Curator

Chats with a Curator is back! Join Rebecca Hayes on Saturday, June 25th from 1 to 5 pm. She will be at the gallery to sketch and speak with visitors about our exhibition The Night in Bloom featuring Oliver Jeffers. Paper and pencils provided. This exhibition is on view through Sunday, July 10th.

Weaving Demonstration by Emily Auchincloss

Artist Emily Auchincloss will be weaving in the gallery from 2-4 pm. Join her for discussion around her weaving practice, the histories and futures of weaving, and to observe weaving in progress. Open to all ages. There will be yarn to play with! Emily Auchincloss is a painter and one of the artists included in...

Pagbawi (“pag-ba-wi”) | Reclaiming: A Performance by Bhen Alan

Pagbawi (“pag-ba-wi”) | Reclaiming A Performance by Bhen Alan Pagbawi, or “to reclaim something,” looks at Filipino labor and cultural exploitation in America. Specifically, this performance examines the Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposition--the 1904 World’s Fair, also known as the human zoo, that displayed marginalized groups worldwide to emphasize the so-called superiority of Western society. One...

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