Monday, October 31, 2011

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thru Nov 5



Nov 15 - Dec 10


for submission requirements 




Fri, Nov 4, 8pm 


Loup-Garou + unnamed band  
Sat, Nov 5, 8pm
Open jam.

Bella Birds
Wed, Nov 9, 7pm

Fri, Nov 11, 8pm

Killer Bob + Taiwan Typhoon + A Bit Much
Sat, Nov 12, 8pm


Reception: Inside-Out

Sat, Nov 19, 3-6 pm

Gallery is Closed  
Nov 24 & Nov 25 



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     JURIED EXHIBIT: inside-out   

       Exhibit Dates: 

       Nov 15 - Dec 10, 2011


       Reception: inside out 

       Sat Nov 19, 3-6 pm


       Juror: Anna Shapiro


Personal View / World View: There's a lot happening in the world now, turning our lives inside-out. Grass-roots movements world-wide remind us to think globally and act locally. Artists are the coal mine canaries of contemporary culture. How does your art examine our shared conditions, experiences and zeitgeist? Do you see yourself from / on the inside or outside?  

Work to be delivered by hand between:
Tue Nov. 8 and Sat. Nov. 12, 12-5 pm.





Fri, November 4, 8pm - 11pm    


HOME BODY (western mass):

     feel good beats and voices to get down with             


     NICHOLAS FRANCIS (western mass):

     beautiful folk music to warm your heart 


                                               lowell's favorite noiseical maniacs


                                               THE LOOSE DARLINGS

                                               your friends playing keys and guitars and drums, songs       

                                               about hjs and bjs



                                               good dreamy drone                                         


119 Gallery promotes contemporary and new media art, innovative ideas and cutting-edge techniques with a rich and diverse program of exhibitions, performances and community-based arts services. We welcome everyone to explore and experience new, innovative art.


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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

City of Lowell Happenings 10/25/2011

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Don your favorite costume and head to downtown Lowell for trick-or-treat for the Annual Monster Bash & Halloween Stroll! It's ghoulish fun for all ages featuring music, dancing, pumpkins, games, and haunted houses. - Thursday October. 27 from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM. 



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Halloween Sale!  Now through October 31.  Select spring and fall goods 40% - 50% off.




Offering fashion-forward styles strait out of L.A Showrooms. 

Open  Monday - Wednesday 10:00am - 6:00pm, Thursday & Friday 10:00 AM  - 7:00 PM and Saturday 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.




 Let Centro prepare your Thanksgiving Dinner


Thanksgiving to go at Centro. You can order the entire meal or sides as well as desserts.  All hot and ready to pick up to put on your table.  Your Thanksgiving should be easy and fun.  For details call 978-453-4630. 


Brew'd Awakening Coffeehaus - Acoustic Open Mic Night


Enjoy delicious coffee drinks, smoothies, sandwiches, crepes and other tasty treats.  Stop by the 2nd & 4th Friday of every month for Acoustic Open Mic Night!  




Lowell Memorial Auditorium


Live in Concert country music star Willie Nelson & Family. Tuesday November 1 at 8:00 PM. 


This Verse Business at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre


On stage through November 13!  Don't miss an illuminating portrait of the great American poet Robert Frost looking back at his life's work.


UMass Lowell Tsongas Center


The annual Kiss 108 FM Jingle Ball is back!  Featuring Pitbull, Kelly Clarkson, LMFAO, and more! Tickets are on sale Thursday, October 27 at 3 PM online, by phone at (866) 722-8780, and at the Tsongas Center Box Office.


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Upcoming Events in Greater Lowell, October 25

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Monster Bash & Halloween Stroll, THURSDAY October 27

Don your favorite costume and head to downtown Lowell for trick-or-treat for the Annual Monster Bash & Halloween Stroll! It's ghoulish fun for all ages featuring music, dancing, pumpkins, games, and haunted houses. - Thurs., Oct. 27, 5-8pm

More Information: Click here for Official Event Flyer & Trick-or-Treat Map

Regional premiere of Of Dolls & Murder with director Susan Marks in attendance, TONIGHT October 25

Join the Lowell Film Collaborative for the regional premiere of Susan Marks' CSI-themed documentary Of Dolls & Murder, narrated by the legendary John Waters. Filmmaker Susan Marks will be in attendance PLUS other special guests! - TONIGHT Oct. 25, 7pm

More information: Click here for details

Artist talk and Book Signing and Creativity Workshop with Lynda Barry at UMass Lowell, October 25 & 26

Author, cartoonist, painter and illustrator Lynda Barry is UMass Lowell's Fall 2011 Artist in Residence for the Center for Arts and Ideas. Artist Talk and Book Signing: Tues. Oct. 25, 3-5pm Creativity Workshop: Wed. Oct. 26, 3:15-5:45pm

More information: Click Here for details or Contact for Creativity Workshop

Stanley Swann's Jazz Showcase pays tribute to Nina Simone, October 27
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Stanley Swann

Enjoy an elegant evening at Savannah Palace with Stanley Swann’s Jazz Showcase! Special guest artist vocalist Valerie Stephens performs the music of Nina Simone. - Oct. 27, 7-9pm

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Paul Hudon, Local Author Reading at the Pollard Library, October 27

Local poet and historian Paul Hudon reads from his recently published collection of poems All in Good Time (Loom Press, 2011) at Pollard Memorial Library's downstairs Meeting Room. - Thurs., Oct. 27, 7pm

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Lowell Telecommunications Corporation seeks an Executive Director, resume deadline October 28

Lowell Telecommunications Corporation (LTC) seeks an executive director to uphold their mission of community-building through collaboration, diversity, and innovation in the field of community communications.- Resumes due Oct. 28

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UMass Lowell Faculty Invitational Exhibit at the Whistler House until October 29
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Bride Running, Chehalis Hegner

Explore the work of numerous artists at the UMass Lowell Faculty Invitational Exhibit at the Whistler House Museum of Art. - Exhibit runs until Oct. 29.

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Joe Manning, The Lewis Hine Project: Tracking down the Lives of Child Laborers, November 1

Come see Joe Manning speak, as part of the Moses Greeley Parker Lecture Series, about tracking down some of the 5,000 child laborers in the early 1900s photographs of Lewis Hine. - Nov. 1, 7pm

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Discuss Just Kids by Patti Smith at Non-fiction Book Club at the Pollard Library, November 3

Join the Non-fiction Book Club at the Pollard Memorial Library to discuss this month's book, Just Kids by Patti Smith. - Thurs., Nov. 3, 6:30pm

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Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos at the Tsongas Center, November 4

The man whose standup concerts rule the comedy world, Jeff Dunham, returns to Lowell to offer fans brand new laughs and hilarious additions to his famed troupe of sidekicks. - Nov. 4, 8pm

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Lowell Folklife Series presents Native American Woodlands Folklife, November 5

The Lowell Folklife Series presents the history of Native Americans on the eve of pre-European settlement. Mr. Dana Benner will explore the rich traditions of the Pennacook nation, the people who once call this area home. - Sat. Nov. 5, 2pm

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Call for Artwork for the COOLmobile, Deadline November 7
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The COOLmobile

Calling All Artists! Submit your creative work for display and sales inside the new COOLmobile which will make an appearance as a pop-up holiday store for Lowell's City of Lights event. - Applications due Nov. 7.

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Call for Submissions for MONO NO AWARE, Deadline November 9

Call for submissions for MONO NO AWARE by contemporary artists and filmmakers with work that incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live performance or installation. Exhibition: Dec. 3, Brooklyn, NY - Deadline: Nov. 9

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Call for Submissions, WBUR Zip-Code Stories, Deadline November 10

This month, WBUR is seeking original short stories and essays that take place within the Lowell zip-code 01850. Word count is 500 words or less. - Deadline: Nov. 10

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The Human Resource Manager screens at the Pollard Library, November 10

Come see The Human Resources Manager at the Pollard Memorial Library as part of the library's monthly Independent Film Night. Free admission! - Thurs., Nov. 10, 6:30pm

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Call for submissions for INSIDEOUT at 119 Gallery, Deadline: November 12

The 119 Gallery is accepting submissions for INSIDEOUT, their 7th Annual Juried Exhibit, Nov 15-Dec 10. Juror: Anna Shapiro. - Deadline to submit work: Nov. 12, 5pm

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This Verse Business at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, through November 13

The Merrimack Repertory Theatre presents This Verse Business, starring Emmy Award-Winner Gordon Clapp. Tickets are now on sale! - Oct. 20-Nov 13

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Haitian Textile Artists Exhibit at the New England Quilt Museum, October 20-December 31

Patience to Raise the Sun: Art Quilts from Haiti & Their Power to Change Women's Lives offers vibrant wall quilts from PeaceQuilts initiative. On view at the New England Quilt Museum Oct. 20-Dec. 31

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Lowell Boys and Girls Club seeks Visiting Artists!

The Lowell Boys and Girls Club seeks 12 visiting artists to lead one session each of demonstration & hands-on activities for girls. Mediums may include photography, sculpture, painting, or graphic design. Artists will receive $120 for their session.

More information: Frank Ponceano at 978-458-4526.

Charity KNIT-A-THON at the Brush Gallery, November 20

Knit mittens and hats for local Merrimack Valley charities at the Brush Gallery's KNIT-A-THON. All participants will be entered into a drawing for great prizes. Yarn is provided, or bring your own. - Nov. 20, 12-4pm

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