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Thanks!

Last night’s reception for DRAW DRAWINGS EVERY DAY was amazing! Thanks to all the artists for the great work submitted and everyone who came out in the cold for the opening. The gallery filled up pretty quickly once things got going, as you can see.

DJs B-Train, mR. id, and Blue Wizard kept the party going throughout the night – if you liked what you heard you can catch B-Train and mR. id this Tuesday at the Enormous Room in Cambridge.

Brian Butler showed up with a box full of drawings that he was selling for only a dollar! Needless to say a lot of people went home happy and Brian lightened his load for his upcoming move to Florida.

We’ve been big fans of Chelsea Dirck since we met her at last year’s show. She’s living out of state now but was able to send in some work along with a few of her zines. We also put together a 28-page zine featuring 15 of the artists in the show. We’ll have a few remaining copies for sale at the “Hey I Know That Guy” opening on the 23rd, along with a new zine for that show.

Maria Molteni‘s installation ARCHIVE made its debut last night. The piece consists of a beehive that has been fitted with plexiglass slides containing drawings. Viewers were invited to wear gloves and pull the slides out of the hive to examine them, as if they were tending to a living hive.

Here are some more pictures from the gallery, click here for a full set on flickr to see all of the installation shots.

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One Response

  1. kseverny says:

    the artists featured are pretty awesome

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