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The Rally

March 7 – April 18, 2013
Opening Reception: Mar 7, 8-10pm

The Distillery Gallery is pleased to announce “The Rally.”

This event celebrates the collaboration of the So & So Reading Series and Rope-a-Dope Press from 2007-2009 by bringing together poets, publishers, printers, and artists from the Distillery in South Boston and across the US to collaborate in creating poetry broadsides and presenting contemporary poetry in a gallery setting. Focused on merging different artistic mediums, the broadsides create a conversation between literature and visual art. The end result is a poetry reading in the Distillery Gallery amid collaborative poetry broadsides created with Rope-A-Dope and Rye House Press.

Participating artists’ solo work will hang alongside the broadsides and the collection will be displayed through the month.

BIRDS, LLC: Ana Božičević, Sampson Starkweather, Bianca Stone
FACTORY HOLLOW: Luke Bloomfield, Heather Christle, Alex Phillips
SIXTH FINCH: Ryan Ridge, Gale Marie Thompson
WONDER: Jenny Zhang, Cecilia K. Corrigan

& VISUAL ARTISTS: Aimee Belanger, Mike Dacey, Pat Falco, Jeremiah Gould, Vanessa Irzyk, Jay LaCouture, Gregory Maxim, James Weinberg

UPCOMING: “To Each His Home”
April 27 – May 25, 2013 • Opening Reception: Saturday, April 27, 7-9pm

To Each His Home explores the spaces and ideas of what we call home.
The artists in the show share a common affinity for narrative, evoking
themes of nostalgia, youth, and familiarity that define who they are
individually but collectively explore something deeper and distinctly universal.
Curated by Courtney Moy
Artists: Jes Hughes, Veronica Wells, Caitie Moore,
Ian Deleon & Kara Stokowski, Molly Landman, Roland Jackson,
Katharena Rentumis, Fionn McCabe, and Courtney Moy

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