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March 1, 2013

Friday
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10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 4, 2013

Monday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 5, 2013

Tuesday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 6, 2013

Wednesday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 7, 2013

Thursday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 8, 2013

Friday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 11, 2013

Monday
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Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

March 15, 2013

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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 16, 2013

Saturday
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Reception: Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

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07:30 P

Commonwealth Ballet: Intrigue

Location: Casey Theatre

Embrace the power and grace of dance through a trio of works spotlighting the talent of Commonwealth Ballet. Experience two world premiers of contemporary ballet and a performance in classical style with a modern flair. The drama, mystery and intrigue of diverse pieces from three innovative Boston-area choreographers fuse cutting edge style with emotion-packed performances of the dancers.

March 17, 2013

Sunday
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Commonwealth Ballet: Intrigue

Location: Casey Theatre

Embrace the power and grace of dance through a trio of works spotlighting the talent of Commonwealth Ballet. Experience two world premiers of contemporary ballet and a performance in classical style with a modern flair. The drama, mystery and intrigue of diverse pieces from three innovative Boston-area choreographers fuse cutting edge style with emotion-packed performances of the dancers.

March 18, 2013

Monday
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10:00 A

Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 19, 2013

Tuesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 20, 2013

Wednesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 21, 2013

Thursday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 22, 2013

Friday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 25, 2013

Monday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 26, 2013

Tuesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 27, 2013

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 28, 2013

Thursday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

March 29, 2013

Friday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.