EL FORASTERO, Primero de Mayo

April 22, 2009

Friday, May 1, 2009 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.



Ryan McDonnell Movable Painting "Mask of 1000 Faces"

Ryan McDonnell Movable Painting "Mask of 1000 Faces"

at the 518 Pleasant Street space of the Anchor House of Artists come see a preforming  celebratory ecstasy explained as “April Gives Swinging Sea of Text, Anchor House Spring Rolls, Come Outside from Inside, Outsider Music, Come Spin the Wheel of Rhyme, Swimming in a Sea of Text, Good Morning Spring Rolls, Poetry Grows with Gnomes, Audible Art and the Syntax Princesses, Edible Logic and Roots of Chi,  Painting Words, Come, Migrate, Be with, Listen, Sing, Dance


Donations Suggested

All Ages Welcome


2 Responses to “EL FORASTERO, Primero de Mayo”

  1. I recently had a collaborative exhibition of paintings and drawings in Adams, MA. I collaborated with my nephew Kelly Gallagher. He is 17. I’m 54. Both of us are “disabled”. The show was a big success. The opening was very well attended. We even had a front page article and single photo of work in the North Adams Transcript.”Painter Learns Through Her Own Work”,John E. Mitchell,(Tues. Dec. 22, 2009, Pp.1).
    I am very interested in what you are doing at Anchor House and am interested in talking to someone about how I can help. I am willing to work, driving into Northampton once a week to help. I am experienced in hanging shows in galleries and Town Art Centers. Or I’d love to work one on one with someone who has “Special Needs”, having had experience in the past.
    I may be getting too far for an email introduction. I’ll call early – mid week next week to meet with the right person. Please if you have a suggestion, contact me via email. I foresee great things on the horizon.
    Thank you.
    Joan Carney
    I have moved back to the Berkshires recently. I attended UMass Amherst and Berkshire Community College, majoring in Fine Art with a painting focus.

  2. anchorhouseartists said

    It is so great when people express enough interest to come in to see our subsidized studio space. We are always welcoming participation from artists. Since everyone associated with the Anchor House of Artists (who use the space) are volunteers, come join as an artist or visit as a patron, Welcome.

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