CURRENCY is up, and our panel talk: “The Feminist Future of Art” is on for October 11th at 7pm. Hosted by Art & Technology New England‘s Chris Klepper, the panel of FeministFuturists includes Christina Balch (moderator), Freedom Baird, Marjorie Kaye, AK Liesenfeld, and Carolyn Wirth.
Boston Cyberarts Gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon until 6pm (or by appointment) on the street level of the Green Street T station in Jamaica Plain. The Orange Line is open again and ready to roll! CURRENCY is up until October 16th.
Want to find out more about us through occasional eblasts and other earthly communications? Try this link, and thank you. See our reading list and favorite websites to regroup and re-energize.
In case you missed our last show, it was the last iteration of the Hess Gallery on the last weekend of existence of Pine Manor College. Take a tour below of our exhibit LiminalLab. Participating FeministFuturists: Freedom Baird, Christina Balch, Nancy Hayes, Liz Helfer, AK Liesenfeld, Marjorie Kaye, Karen Meninno, Linda Price-Sneddon, Carolyn Wirth. Thank you from our hearts to the alumnae and students of Pine Manor College: a stronger group would be hard to find. LiminalLab marked the 50th anniversary of the Hess Gallery, and the 111th year of Pine Manor College. Photos by Melissa Blackall.
A group exhibition by the FeministFuturist Collective
March 15 – May 14, 2022
Hess Gallery, Pine Manor College
400 Heath Street, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 The final exhibit of the Hess Gallery, FeministFuturist: Liminal Lab exhibited participatory installations, sculpture, painting, and digital experiences. Watch for our upcoming show in fall, 2022 at Boston Cyberarts Gallery.
We’re thrilled to announce that FeministFuturist has won a Collective Futures Fund grant! FeministFuturist: Liminal Lab is funded in part by this grant. The Collective Futures Fund is administered by the Tufts University Art Galleries and is a part of the Regional Regranting Program of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
See our archived show from the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts
Visit our Artists on the web and instagram
Freedom Baird’s Pomegranate, Thermometer, Apple was included in the Getty Museum’s Design Challenge in 2020 and is now part of their new publication, Off the Walls: Inspired Recreations of Iconic Artworks.
Visit the Future with Rose Eveleth: should we sublimate into another dimension??
These are a few of our favorite things:
A visitor installs model starships at Young Futurists Day