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Direct Film Making Workshop at Rosebud, Nov. 5, 2016 at 3-6pm

Learn how to make your own direct film with filmmaker and AgX member Pamela Larson (faculty at Emerson College). Scratching, coloring, and other techniques, then splicing and making a loop will be covered and the short films will be shown at the end of the workshop. We will be working in the wonderful storefront space of the the Rosebud, which is a satellite gallery of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis.

Also, pop on over to the Waltham Mills Open Studios and see the AgX space in the Moody Street Art Complex afterwards. All are invited to that.

Geared towards k-12 students with an interest in art and film, but open to all kids and young adults who want to try it out! We will consider adding undergrad and above if there is room, but our charge is to work with secondary school-aged kids.

Fee– $15-25, pay as you can suggested donation. Goes toward costs of hosting the workshop.

Where– Rosebud space, 683 Main St. Waltham

When– Saturday November 5th, 3:00pm-6:00pm

SIGNUP REQUIRED, RSVP now

email joesteele at alumni.harvard.edu or call/text 617 312 1653

Download the flyer here.

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Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: Rosebud

Rosebud
683 Main St.
Thurs. 1pm–4pm
Fri. 5pm–8pm
Sat. 10am–1pm
11/7–11/8 12pm–6pm

Announcing Rosebud: a new satellite gallery featuring works from the Rose Art Museum’s collection of video art. Rosebud aims to activate public engagement with contemporary art through curated exhibitions and programs that revive underutilized properties in the city of Waltham. The project supports the city’s long-term goals for economic growth and cultural vibrancy  by attracting new visitors to the neighborhood and inspiring opportunities for partnerships with local businesses and arts-related organizations.

In addition to increasing off-campus awareness of the Rose and expanding our audience, our goal is for Rosebud to serve as a hub from which new ideas might radiate and benefit the people of this community. Rose curatorial interns and the Student Committee of the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM) will be offered the opportunity to design complementary programs and activities for their fellow students and the public.

Rosebud is made possible through the generous support of the Sun Hill Foundation, NY.

Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: Monique Rancourt Artisan Gallery

Monique Rancourt Artisan Gallery
289 Moody St., Street Level
11/7–11/8 12pm–6pm

Local jewelry artist Monique Rancourt debuts her new artisan gallery during Waltham Mills Open Studios. She will be offering a curated collection of contemporary handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, and textiles from a variety of talented artists and craftsmen across the U.S.

Check website for regular hours http://mrancourtartisangallery.com

Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: AgX Film Collective Party!

AgX Collective
Film Screening and Fundraiser Party
144 Moody St., Building 18, 
11/7 6:30 pm

Agx, the new artist-run film collective and lab will hold a film screening and fundraiser-launch party on Saturday at 6:30pm. Come watch AgX members’ films, tour the space and enjoy food, drink and festivities while learning about our big Indiegogo campaign launch! Meet the filmmakers in person and be the first to scoop up amazing rewards! This is all happening in the space we share with Handcranked and Imagavision on the 2nd Floor of Building 18.

http://balaganfilms.com/agx

Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: The Spaces In Between at LAP Gallery

The Spaces In Between

Lincoln Arts Project Gallery, 289 Moody St., Street level
11/7-11/8 12pm-6pm
Heavily influenced by their surroundings, Chelsea Revelle and Kate Benson explore concepts of space and memory through a series of interior box constructions and exterior sculptures, seemingly reminiscent of a childhood dollhouse. These environments encourage curiosity, leaving viewers to discover their own narrative with each piece.

For more information about the artists, please visit their website:
www.chelsearevelle.com
http://katebensonstudio.com/

Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra

144 Moody St., Building #4, 4th Floor

Performances on Saturday at 3pm and on Sunday at 3:30pm

Members of the Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra will play chamber music from the Baroque and Classical eras, setting a musically artistic mood. The WPO is the Waltham place to play and to hear great classical music, providing opportunities for area musicians with a range of ages and abilities to perform together.

The WPO builds a community tradition by reaching out to young people, nurturing local talent, and providing fun, inspiring musical events for the whole family. There are four concerts throughout the season, including one that features the winner of the annual Student Concerto Competition, which provides opportunities for young musicians to perform solo works with the WPO. Annual concerts have included summer Concerts on the Common and the very popular Holiday Pops.

For more information on our concerts or how to get involved, please visit www.wphil.org, or call the Ticket Line: 857-919-1385

Special Events during WMOS in Waltham: “Alloy” at LAP Gallery

Alloy

289 Moody St., Lower Level
11/7-11/8, 12pm-6pm

Alloy is a group exhibition including four emerging artists fromMassachusetts College of Art and Design, Emma Levitz, David Fricke, Paul Watson, and Brie Flora. Each artist works in a variety of metals, both ferrous and non-ferrous. The artwork includes raised and formed brass vessels as well as large-scale and cast iron sculptures.

For more information please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/415143375276954/