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SUMMER AT FERRIN CONTEMPORARY, JUNE EVENTS IN NORTH ADAMS

SUMMER AT FERRIN CONTEMPORARY, JUNE EVENTS IN NORTH ADAMS

SUMMER AT FERRIN CONTEMPORARY
JUNE EVENTS IN NORTH ADAMS

 

FERRIN CONTEMPORARY, located on the campus of MASS MoCA, lies in the heart of the Berkshires.

The gallery is located at 1315 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams.

SUMMER HOURS: now open daily 11am–5pm.

PETER PINCUS


New Work
ON VIEW at Ferrin Contemporary.

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RAYMON ELOZUA


Sculpture & Photography
ON VIEW at Ferrin Contemporary

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KURT WEISER


Ceramics & Prints
ON VIEW at Ferrin Contemporary

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SOLID SOUND
WILCO’S MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL


Friday–Sunday, June 23–June 25 at MASS MoCA

Please note that parking will be limited. To visit the gallery, park in town and walk over or call ahead to make an appointment for a temporary pass, 413.346.4404.

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POW! POTS ON WHEELS


Friday–Sunday, June 23–June 25

Courtyard A at MASS MoCA during Solid Sound

Thursday, June 29th during DOWNSTREET ART

This collaborative group of potters will bring their 17-foot van to connect with the community by making and inviting visitors to create simple​ ​ceramic pots.

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DOWNSTREET ART 2017


Thursday, June 29, starting at 5:00pm

An evening program of visual and performing art events including exhibitions, video screenings, and site-specific installations throughout downtown North Adams and the MASS MoCA campus.

Save future DOWNSTREET dates: July 27 & August 24.

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SAVE THE DATE
HOPS + POTS


Friday, July 28, 6–8:30pm

Local Beer, Food, Studio Pottery, Music
Benefit Party and Sale for Studio Potter
at Project Art, 54 Main Street, Cummington

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PARKING MADE EASY


MASS MoCA’s main parking area is adjacent to
Ferrin Contemporary in Building 13. Start or end your day with us. Explore The World of MASS MoCA and Downtown North Adams for more local art, food, and beer.

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Posted by AxelJ in Events, News, Past events
Elozua Studio & Shainman Gallery Field Trip

Elozua Studio & Shainman Gallery Field Trip

AUGUST 8   |   STUDIO & GALLERY FIELD TRIP
Raymon Elozua Studio & Jack Shainman Gallery

Mountain Dale & Kinderhook, NY

Ferrin contemporary invites you to join us on Saturday, August 8, 2015 for a full-day tour in the Catskills and Kinderhook, New York.

In Mountain Dale, New York, visit Raymon Elozua’s studio and the 1st Annual Mountain Dale Biennial at Grocery Store Gallery featuring ceramic work by Elozua and collage artist Micheline Gingras.

In Kinderhook, New York, visit Jack Shainman Gallery: The School and enjoy a guided tour with Clark Griffin of the El Anatsui: Five Decades exhibition of works in painting, wood, metal, and clay.

This full-day, round-trip tour starts in North Adams, MA.
Or you can provide your own transportation and meet us along the way.
Tour + lunch without transportation: $40 per person.
Tour + lunch with bus fare included: $75 per person.
Limited space. Registration deadline is August 1.

CLICK HERE FOR FIELD TRIP RESERVATIONS
Posted by REBECCA WEINMAN in Events, News, Past events
Gingras & Elozua present Made in Mountaindale

Gingras & Elozua present Made in Mountaindale

Micheline Gingras & Raymon Elozua in “Made in Mountaindale”

On Saturday, August 8th from noon to 4, Raymon Elozua and Micheline Gingras welcomes the public to the Grocery Story Gallery in Mountaindale, NY. The show consists of a series of 12 life-size, collage figures by Micheline Gingras titled, “What is a Clown?” which float directly on the walls, and a second series by Raymon Elozua, “R&D Sculptures,” made of metal, glass, and glazed terra cotta.

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Posted by REBECCA WEINMAN in Artist News, News, Press Releases
Elozua Awarded Groot Grant

Elozua Awarded Groot Grant

Elozua Awarded Groot Grant

In 2015, Elozua received a Virginia A. Groot Foundation grant for a new body of work. The R&D series of mixed media sculpture incorporates glass, ceramics, and steel. They are an extension of an exploration of Abstract Expressionist painting. Colors and shapes from different paintings were sampled and combined using CAD software to create new combinations. From these designs, welded steel armatures were built and covered with terra cotta and glaze. After firing, blown-glass shapes were affixed to the sculptures. “I find the tension between the fractured ceramic and the reflective glass fascinating. There is a feeling of beauty born out of decay,” said Elozua.

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Posted by REBECCA WEINMAN in Artist News, News