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The Audible Think Improvised Music Series [Feb. 6th, 2008|02:08 pm]
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Wed, Feb 6, 08: Marcus Monteiro & the Fire Accelerants

The Audible Think Improvised Music Series
at Gallery X, 169 William Street, New Bedford, MA

PRESENTS

Marcus Monteiro and the Fire Accelerants

Marcus Monteiro- alto saxophone
Amy Bowles- keyboard
Aaron Bellamy- bass
Ryan Loud- drums

7:30pm

2 sets, $5+ suggested
improvised & original music
byob, bring a friend

http://www.audiblethink.com
http://www.galleryx.org
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This Week at Gallery X [Jan. 30th, 2008|05:17 pm]
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Two events:

Sex at the X: an exhibit of Erotic Art juried by Dan Kahn and Nancy Whipple Grinnell.
Feb. - March 2
Opening reception February 9th 7-10pm

NB Community Connections Art Auction Preview
"Take this child to Heart"
Douglass Gallery: Feb. 1 - 8
Reception Feb. 1st 5-7pm
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Erotic art at Gallery X [Jan. 10th, 2008|06:44 pm]
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Photobucket
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today! [Dec. 1st, 2007|10:11 am]
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opening reception tonight! 4-7 pm

In our main gallery:
“Artistic Presence” Gallery X members' holiday exhibition. Skip the malls and get something unique for the gift giving season.

In the Douglass Gallery:
Sarah Margeaux Alcalay Paintings "From Man to Ape"
young French expressionist painter, has shown her work
in her native Dunkerque as well as in Lille, Paris, Belgium and Duluth, MN.
She cites Francis Bacon, Edvard Munch and Lucien Freud among her influences.
This is her first show in Massachusetts.

Gallery X is located at 169 William Street, in the heart of New Bedford’s Upper William Street Arts District in the historic 1855 First Universalist Church. Our hours are Wednesday thru Sunday from 11am – 3pm, and on the second Thursday of every month from 5 – 9pm with exhibits and programming as one of the venues for AHA!

visit us online: http://www.galleryx.org/
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December events at Gallery X [Nov. 20th, 2007|12:33 pm]
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******************** For Immediate Release **********************

“Artistic Presence” November 21st - December 30th. Gallery X members' holiday exhibition. Skip the malls and get something unique for the gift giving season. Opening Reception is December 1, 7-10pm.

Cotting White, long time member of Gallery X will be leaving us but not before having a retrospective art exhibition in our Fredrick Douglass Gallery. All proceeds will be donated to Gallery X! Come join us at the Opening reception: Sat. night Dec. 15.

Audible Think Improvised Music every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 7:30 pm. Improvising pianist and composer Andy McWain founded and produces the series that began in April of 2004. See www.audiblethink.com for more information.
December 5, 2007, 7:30pm: The Daniel Levin Quartet: Daniel Levin with Nate Wooley, Matt Moran, and Ingebrigt Håker-Flaten .

December 19, 2007, 7:30pm: The Group Six Collective/ The UMD Laptop Ensemble: Ken Ueno. Selected UMass Dartmouth Music Students perform in two different groups.

Gallery X is located at 169 William Street, in the heart of New Bedford’s Upper William Street Arts District in the historic 1855 First Universalist Church. Our hours are Wednesday thru Sunday from 11am – 3pm, and on the second Thursday of every month from 5 – 9pm with exhibits and programming as one of the venues for AHA!

Gallery X is a contemporary art gallery of visual, performing, and literary artists, which promotes a mission of cultural outreach through community partnerships, educational programs, and monthly exhibits. Gallery X is a non–profit, tax–exempt organization.

visit us online: http://www.galleryx.org/
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Opening Saturday NIGHT [Aug. 24th, 2007|10:30 am]
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Seventeen Years ago, a terrible experiment was perpetrated by an unruly mob of artists. They assembled their capricious and volatile works and HUNG them in full view of an innocent and unsuspecting PUBLIC, and a gallery was born. Each year brings us an unfailing reminder of that fateful exhibition in the form of the show we call the Public Hanging...

The 17th Annual Public Hanging will take place August 22 - September 23. There will be a reception on Saturday, August 25, 7-10pm.

Gallery X is located at 169 William Street, in the heart of New Bedford’s Upper William Street Arts District in the historic 1855 First Universalist Church. Our hours are Wednesday thru Sunday from 11am – 3pm, and on the second Thursday of every month from 5 – 9pm with exhibits and programming as one of the venues for AHA!

Gallery X is a contemporary art gallery of visual, performing, and literary artists, which promotes a mission of cultural outreach through community partnerships, educational programs, and monthly exhibits. Gallery X is a non–profit, tax–exempt organization.

visit us online: http://www.galleryx.org/
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seeking submissions [Aug. 4th, 2007|01:46 pm]
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Gallery X is seeking work for our 17th Annual Public Hanging. Visiting artists may contribute up to three pieces for a nominal fee of $10 per piece. All work submitted must be ready to exhibit. Submit your work to Gallery X, during the week of August 15 – 19.

The 17th Annual Public Hanging will take place August 22 - September 23. There will be a reception on Saturday, August 25, 7-10pm.


Gallery X is located at 169 William Street, in the heart of New Bedford’s Upper William Street Arts District in the historic 1855 First Universalist Church. Our hours are Wednesday thru Sunday from 11am – 3pm, and on the second Thursday of every month from 5 – 9pm with exhibits and programming as one of the venues for AHA!

Gallery X is a contemporary art gallery of visual, performing, and literary artists, which promotes a mission of cultural outreach through community partnerships, educational programs, and monthly exhibits. Gallery X is a non–profit, tax–exempt organization.

visit us online: http://www.galleryx.org/
508- 992-2675
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Whaling City Review LIVE at Gallery X [Jul. 11th, 2007|10:07 pm]
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Saturday July 21 at 3 p.m.
Whaling City Review LIVE at Gallery X, 169 William Street in downtown New Bedford, presents New London poet Rhonda Ward and New Bedford poet laureate John Landry.

Rhonda Ward lives and writes in New London, CT. Her poetry explores African-American culture with a universal voice, taking everyday situations to visual levels that transport listeners into the world of her childhood with surgical attention to details. She shares her experiences of the past and present, handling her subjects with a combination of grace and spunk. In April of 2007, she organized Poets for Darfur, a reading to benefit the victims of the genocide in Darfur at the Mystic Arts Center in Mystic, CT. New Bedford poets laureate John Landry and Everett Hoagland were two of the guest readers.Ward currently serves on the Board of Directors of Soul Mountain Retreat, a retreat for poets founded by former Connecticut Poet Laureate, Marilyn Nelson, and formerly served on the Board of Directors for The Writers' Block InK, an organization dedicated to encouraging youth to explore and share their world through writing and the performing arts. She has also conducted youth writing workshops. She also participated in the HOWL 50th anniversary reading June 3rd, 2006 at Gallery X.Ward's poems have appeared in Long Island Quarterly, Poetry Bay, The Day, and online as featured guest poet at Burning Word (www.burningword.com) among other publications.

John Landry, New Bedford's poet laureate, recently returned from San Francisco, where he read with Jack Hirschman, poet laureate of San Francisco, Bill Berkson, Duncan McNaughton, Sarah Menefee, Sharon Dubiago, and others at the New College celebration of the publication of a new book of writing by the late Boston poet John Wieners. He also read at the Oakland Public Library with California poet laureate Al Young, with Neeli Cherkovski, poet and Bukowski biographer, at Red Hill Books, and at the Beat Museum and Café Prague. His poems appear in the New College Review (www.newcollege.edu/review) and the coming 50th anniversary issue of Beatitude, a San Francisco poetry magazine begun by Bob Kaufman and Allen Ginsberg, for which Landry is a contributing editor.

Whaling City Review LIVE readings take place on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 3 p.m. Open Mic session begins at 3. THESE READINGS ARE FREE and open to all.

For information contact 508-992-2675, www.galleryx.org, or e-mail poetry@galleryx.org
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Summer X-travaganza! [Jun. 18th, 2007|03:59 pm]
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Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

Summer X-travaganza!
Annual Summer Members Show
June 20 - July 22, 2007
Reception: Friday, June 22, 5-8pm

Summer Hours:
Wed. - Fri. 11am - 5pm
Sat. & Sun. 11am - 3pm

GALLERY X
169 William Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
508-992-2675
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we, the Gods [May. 18th, 2007|07:25 pm]
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poziomka




saturday
6ix to 9ine

graphic design senior show

Westminster Lofts
Peerless Building
266 Westminster St
Providence, RI


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