Artist Leonie Little-Lex, teacher and studio coordinator at Brookline Arts Center, paints during Open Studios in Brookline, April 27, 2019. [Wicked Local Photo/Joshua Qualls]

“Artists exhibited in spaces throughout Brookline during Open Studios weekend, April 27 and 28, 2019. Open Studios is an annual event that has been held in Brookline since 1986.”

February 25, 2019
Brookline Tab – “Brookline Arts Center to present national juried exhibition”

Amy Archambault in The Brookline Tab

“Artist Amy Archambault’s sculptures, installations and mixed media drawings uncover activations of objects and environments. Erik Grau’s paintings focus on the positive energy associated with the objects he has curated at home to create a quiet stillness and address repetition and order. Howard Hastie uses symbols and shapes to create a vignette of imagery that explores the avenues of a working space and the psychological and spiritual themes to which he has gravitated. In Kelly Hendrickson’s work, the female figure mimics objects, trying and failing to literally become them and serving as a playful way to poke at what it means to be objectified.”

February 6, 2019
Brookline Tab – “Chamber Spotlight: Brookline’s non-profit organizations reflect our core values”

“Brookline Arts Center awakens the artist in people of all ages.”

January/February 2019
ArtScope – “Adding Life to Long-Forgotten Spaces: Skinner Makes Decay Beautiful”

Waning, photograph on aluminum, 20” x 30”.

“In Rebecca Skinner’s two exhibits, at 6 Bridges Gallery and the Brookline Arts Center, striking images depict abandoned mills and factories in total ruin. Decay has thoroughly set in. Elements of nature have begun to re-establish their territory. Her photographs portray spaces once bustling with workers and loaded with products of every description, now standing, after years of neglect, totally dilapidated.”

January 11, 2019
The Boston Globe – “The Ticket: What’s happening in the local arts world”

“Cozy up with hot cocoa and crafts. Try your hand at drawing comics, making jewelry, sculpting, and more.”

January 10, 2019
The Boston Globe – “10 things to do in Boston this weekend”

“If you’re looking for a family-friendly activity, the Brookline Arts Center is putting on its annual open house, dubbed the Snowflake Festival, this Saturday. You can explore the BAC space and try out hands-on projects in mixed media, comic creation, jewelry making, 3-D sculpture, and more.”

January 4, 2019
The Boston Globe – “Five things to do around Boston, Jan. 6-13”