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 3-D installation; "doppelgänger" on display Jan 25 - March 29 at the Mosesian Center for the Arts 321 Arsenal St, Watertown 02472

Perceptions of Self(ie) leverages art and technology to address equity, diversity and inclusion through a community building public art exhibition. The project will challenge perceptions around art making accessibility in today’s digital age by utilizing the ubiquitous “selfie” in conjunction with the more traditional self-portrait art form – both of which will be displayed side by side throughout the MCA galleries. The project includes a series of free workshops and a traditional call for art and culminates in an exhibit at the Mosesian Center for the Arts. The exhibition will take place in all three of our gallery spaces located throughout our 30,000sq ft facility and will extend through the community with the installation of large-scale posters and banners designed to feature the broad array of faces on view in the Perceptions of Self(ie) exhibition.






Honan-Allston Library Art Gallery, 300 North Harvard St., Allston, MA 02134
Organized by Unbound Visual Arts
March 10 - April 27, 2018
Reception - March 10, 2018, 1:00 - 4:30 pm 

Curated by John Quatrale,  Brenda Gael McSweeney, PhD, advisor

Exhibition assistance - Si Chin,  Emily Friedlander, Alexandra Kontsevaia, Lauren McLean
Artists include:  Jean Aserkoff, Audrey Banks, Romani Berlekov, Si Chen, Tsun Ming Chmielinski, Linda Clave, Jennifer Jean Costello, Elle Cox, Joanne Desmond, Peg Ehrlinger, Francis Gardino, Adric Giles, Susanna Hilfer, Wendy Holmes, Tom Jackson, Amanda Kidd Schall, Heidi Lee, Yanni Li, Pauline Lim, Susan Loomis-Wing, Elisandra Lopes, Brenda Gael McSweeney, Nadia Parsons, Connie Pemberton Glore, Jeffrey Powers, Mick Provencher, Ruth Rieffanaugh, Edward Sokoloff, Mary Vannucci, Christine Winship
March 10th Program:  Live music by pianist Mae Siu Wai Stroshane, complimentary appetizers, short artist and curator talks, and a slideshow prepared by the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows from Boston University
See the Blog post UNITWIN Network: Gender, Culture, Development here.