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Museum Open House - Chasing Labyrinths

Jay talks with Bill Ludwig. In addition to having had a long and distinguished career in the publishing industry, Bill’s also the author of the fascinating new book entitled Chasing Labyrinths, which is a field guide to labyrinths in Connecticut and Rhode Island.

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Museum Open House - 13 Forest Gallery

Jay talks with Marc Gurton, Caitee Hoglund, Mary O’Malley, Yuko Oda, and Ellen Shattuck Pierce—all of whom are associated with the 13FOREST Gallery, which is located in Arlington. During the program, we’ll be learning why and how the current exhibition entitled How’ve you been? came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the exhibition, and, in the process, hear how Mary, Yuko, and Ellen go about creating their outstanding artwork.

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Museum Open House - Friends of the Public Garden

Jay talks with Elizabeth Vizza, the executive director of the Friends of the Public Garden. During the program, in addition to finding out about the organization’s history, mission and outstanding accomplishments, we’ll learn about the current restoration project of the Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Memorial which is located on Boston Common across the street from the State House.

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Museum Open House - PTown Gallery Stroll

Jay talks with Jill Rothenberg-Simmons, Marian Peck, and  Marla Rice about the wide-range of Provincetown art galleries and a wonderful new online initiative called the PTown Gallery Stroll.

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Museum Open House - Nasher Museum of Art

Jay talks with Jessica Kay Ruhle, Sujal Manohar, Gery Anderson, and Pam Anderson about the Reflections Program at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. The Reflections Program is a series of engaging and interactive museum tours for visitors with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia, together with their families and their care partners. Reflections tours include guided discussions through the galleries, as well as live musical performances or hands-on art experiences.

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Museum Open House - Studios Without Walls Part II

In the second of a two-part series, Jay talks with Bette Ann Libby, Janet Kawada, Madeleine Lord, Linda Hoffman, Gail Bos, and Allen Spivak about their artwork featured in the Studios Without Walls exhibition entitled "2020 See Change". This is on display at Riverway Park near the Longwood T stop until September 7.

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Museum Open House - Pandemic Boston Part II

Jay talks with highly acclaimed and accomplished photographer Lou Jones about his most recent and ongoing project entitled Everything Stopped, Nothing Stopped. This is Lou's contribution to Pandemic Boston—an online exhibition that features the work of six outstanding Greater Boston photographers and their visual responses to the pandemic and these most troubling and uncertain times.

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Museum Open House - New Art Center

Jay talks with Emily O’Neil, Quin Feder, Ibrahim Ali-Salaam, Abby Kutin, Nancy Marks, and Kim Spencer--all of whom are associated with the New Art Center. Emily serves as the Executive Director, Quinell is the Development Coordinator, Ibrahim is a Boston-based artist who was also the curator of the New Art Center’s powerful and inspiring new online exhibition entitled Peaceful Protest Posters. Kim was a former member of the Board of Governors and now serves on the Building Committee. Abby and Nancy are students at the New Art Center and some of their work is part of the exhibition as is Kim’s. During the program we’ll find out why and how the exhibition came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour, and in the process, come to better understand and appreciate the wide-range of responses to the recent acts of violence against Black and brown people across the United States.

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Museum Open House - Pandemic Boston

Jay talks with photographers Edward Boches, Margaret Lampert, and Juan Murray about their contributions to Pandemic Boston—a fascinating online exhibition started by Edward that features the work of six outstanding Greater Boston-photographers and their visual responses to the pandemic and these most troubling and uncertain times.

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