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“A deep-sea diver, three blind mice and Bob Ross were among those who braved southern New England’s nor’easter Saturday night to attend the Brookline Arts Center’s second annual Halloween pARTy.”

October 3, 2018
Boston Magazine – “10 Can’t-Miss Halloween Events around Boston”

September 14, 2018
Boston Hassle – “Went There: All Eyes on Occhi”

Boston Hassle

“Tucked in a residential area on the border of Brookline and the Fenway area, sits a quaint, brick building in a park with a playground, home to the Brookline Arts Center. Approaching the building from the park, visitors are greeted with stage-like windows of the gallery presenting shiny and glistening objects resembling eyes returning the gaze they are being given. These eyes are pieces of “found” objects assembled by David Bermingham, featured artist of the Echo Trobridge Artist Residency.”

August 11, 2018
Brookline TAB – “Egmont Street community mural celebrates diversity”

Artist Silvia López -Chavez (center right) at the mural’s unveiling celebration in July.
[Courtesy photo from the artist]

“Among the red brick buildings that make up the Brookline Public Housing Authority’s Egmont Street Apartments stands a wall brought to life with vibrant colors, flowers, instruments and “welcome” written in 29 languages.”

June 30, 2018
Brookline TAB – “‘Unframed’: An exploration at the Arts Center”

“The Brookline Arts Center held a reception June 22 featuring artists whose works had been selected for the center’s annual New England Juried Exhibition.

This year’s exhibition, “Unframed,” displays a variety of art without frames on walls around the Arts Center.”

June 7, 2018
Worcester Magazine – “One last hurrah for ArtsWorcester ‘One’ exhibition?”

April 26, 2018
Brookline TAB – “New artist brings atmospheric environments to Brookline Open Studios

January 18, 2018
Boston.com – “10 things to do in Boston this weekend”

January 9, 2018
Brookline HUB – “Creative Family Fun at the Annual Snowflake Festival”

January 8, 2018
Brookline TAB –  “Brookline Arts Center to hold Snowflake Festival”

“The Snowflake Festival is a free open house event featuring art activities for all ages. There will be hot chocolate, art demonstrations and the reception for Brookline Arts Center’s 2018 Student Exhibition.”