I once found a red bell in the forest.
It was being buried, ever so slowly, by leaves and soil.
I pulled it from the ground and cleaned it off. It rang – a tinny, thick, soil ring.
I brought the bell out of the woods and hung it from a chair that I was making. I would ring the bell while working.
A few weeks later, some friends and I carried the chair into the forest. When we placed the chair down the bell was missing, lost along the trek.
I never found the bell.
Did the message ever get to you that we are having an RFB meeting at 5:30 on Monday at the Moaner in Amherst? I still don't have your other email. Hope you can make it for peanuts and feedback!
Now.For.Art, in conjunction with Zea Mays Printmaking, C3 and with a grant from the Northampton Arts Council, is proud to announce the first Northampton Steam Roller Printmaking Workshop!Fifteen different individual artists and groups of artists will be making relief prints up to 4' by 8' using a steam roller in lieu of a printing press. Uncommon, but not unheard of, Steam Roller Printmaking workshops are fantastic opportunities for artists to make large-scale prints and for the public to…See More
Inspired by www.artandwork.us, a project of Temporary ServicesLocal art workers, thinkers, spectators and participants coming together to discuss, document and respond to the intersection of art, work and economics in our communities. All are welcome. Zine Skill Share: noon-4Conversation: 4-6Snacks and hang out 6-7This is the first event in a series of discussions, actions and documentations organized by a group of artists that came together through Valley…See More
3/22/10 – 4/2/10Reception: Tuesday, 3/23, 4-6pmGallery Hours: M-Th 10-5, F 10-3.Also open Saturday 3/27 1-5pm and Thursday 4/1 until 9pm.(Amherst, MA) - The Student Union Art Gallery proudly presents a juried exhibition of installation works by nine artists from across Massachusetts.Curated by gallery director Kerry O’Grady, Multiple Totalities incorporates eight installations into one cohesive show. Building from the all-encompassing possibilities of installation as a medium, the show presents…See More