“Rejuvenation” on Historic Landmarks Opening at Harvard

Unbound Visual Arts (UVA) and the Harvard Ed Portal are pleased to present Rejuvenation in the Crossings Gallery at 224 Western Ave., Allston featuring work by thirteen Unbound Visual Arts member artists.   The free kick-off for this exhibition is Thursday, July 20th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm with jazz singer Beth Purcell and Brian Friedland on the keyboard, appetizers and refreshments, short artist talks and a raffle for popular gift cards.  The exhibition is an opportunity to delve into the life cycle of six historic Allston-Brighton landmarks by surveying properties in the neighborhood that have gone through a cycle of birth, deterioration, and abandonment or renewal. The six landmarks include Allston Depot, St. Gabriel’s Monastery, Oak Square School, Charles River Speedway Administration Building, Chestnut Hill Reservoir and Pumping Stations, and Harvard Stadium. The works on display will also explore parallel processes of rejuvenation in human life and ask how the past and future affect the present.

The exhibition is curated by John Quatrale and designed by Karen Smigliani.   The artists include: Marian Dioguardi, Angela Fiori, Deborah Flusberg, Mary Gillis, Heidi Lee, Mariel Leibovich, Susan Loomis-Wing, Aline Machado Martini, Brenda Gael McSweeney, PhD, Ruth Rieffanaugh, Diane Sheridan, Anne Silber, and Christine Winship.

The exhibition runs through August 22, 2017.  The Crossing Gallery at 224 Western Avenue is open Monday – Friday 9:00 – 5:00 pm.  It is served by the 66, 70  and 86 MBTA buses and is one mile from the Harvard Square Station. The gallery is wheelchair accessible and has Hubway Stations nearby.

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