Monster Party Exhibit is monster art conceived for children! Monster Party has escaped the Gallery space and visitors will be hunting monsters all over the Museum!
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 29, 2014
Boston Children’s Museum recently opened a new Gallery exhibit: Monster Party. Monster Party is a celebration of friendly monsters made accessible through fun interactive monster artwork for all ages. Monster Party work is curated by the Studio Miners, a duo intent on bringing accessible and interactive artwork to all ages in a fun and light-hearted atmosphere.
“Monster Party Exhibit is monster art conceived for children! All your senses will be engaged with things to touch, smell and look at. In our Gallery, you can have fun with interactive monster games, but there’s more! Monster Party has escaped the Gallery space and visitors will be hunting monsters all over the Museum!” said Alice Vogler, Arts Program Manager. “Our amazing line up of artists will have our families monstrously delighted!”
Monster Party includes an interactive monster mural; smelly monster sculptures; a monster hunt; a monster sensory box; monster bean bag toss; and a monster art toy display!
Monster Party artists hail from New England and beyond:
!ND!V!DUALS - Boston, MA
Jay Lacouture of AntiDesigns - Boston, MA
Eyeformation - Lowell, MA
Fablevision - Boston, MA
Fish McGill - Boston, MA
Bob Flynn - Boston, MA
MCA - Westport, MA
Monster Kolor - Middleboro, MA
Tofu Squirrel - Boston, MA
Venus Jaw - Fitchburg, MA
Kristilyn of Zombie Romance - Boston, MA
Ben Bishop - Portland, ME
Tim Sullivan - Brooklyn, NY
Etips - Providence, RI
Evoker - Providence, RI
Jess George - Providence, RI
MSG - Providence, RI
Casey Weibust - Charlestown, RI
Molly Bosley - Charlotte, VT
Brian Butler - Miami, FL
Sean Kernick - Raleigh, NC
George Lamontagne - Pittsboro, NC
MadKnits - Lakewood, OH
The Museum will host Monster Mayhem, an ArtWeek Boston celebration, on Friday, October 3 from 6 - 8pm, open to the public with $1 Target Friday Night Admission. Monster Mayhem will feature screen printed monster-designs by AntiDesigns, face-painting, and lots of spontaneous monstrous mayhem!
For ArtWeek Boston* (September 26–October 5, 2014) Boston Children’s Museum has partnered with Flour Café in Fort Point for even more Monster Mayhem! From September 26th until the end of October, Flour/Fort Point will present a Monster Party collage created by Museum visitors and staff. Families visiting Flour/Fort Point can purchase a special Monster Treat, while keeping the monster art alive with artist-designed monster coloring pages.
Monster Party Exhibit will be at Boston Children’s Museum through December 6, 2014. For additional information, visit http://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/exhibits-programs/exhibits/gallery.
*ArtWeek Boston is a collection of curated events and experiences throughout the city that highlights the quality and diversity of arts, culture, and creative community in Boston. ArtWeek Boston is an initiative of the Citi Performing Arts Center, whose mission is to be a champion for nonprofit innovation in Boston and provide arts and entertainment to the greater community. ArtWeek Boston is a biannual celebration of the arts and allows arts patrons of all kinds to have a unique curated experience. ArtWeek events are unique in that they tie directly to the community in which they are happening. Visit the ArtWeek Boston’s website for more information. http://www.artweekboston.org/
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