Hyde Park Art Association News

Artful Gift

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February 2002

at next meeting of

Hyde Park Art Association

Saturday, February 9, 2002


in Menino Hall

at Hyde Park Library

Barry Silverman holds a degree in Humanities and Art from SUNY Binghamton. He studied sculpture and drawing at the National Academy of Design in New York. His representational work includes medallions, portraits and intaglio prints of low-relief sculpture.

His medallic work is available for purchase in Boston at Old North Church and the USS Constitution Museum; and in New York at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. A new limited edition medallion will be available this Fall at the USS Constitution Museum. This will be made of copper taken from the hull of the ship during its last renovation.

Currently Mr. Silverman resides with his wife, Susan Bonners, a children’s book author-illustrator, in neighboring Roslindale.

Studio Spaces Available - Near Cleary Square - Work Only

1) A 2900 sq. ft. divided into 2100 sf 3rd floor and 800 sq. ft. loft being offered for $1732 monthly. Separate meter for tenant-paid electric; all other utilities included.

2) A 1445 sq. ft 2nd floor space with approximately 1200 sf open floor and 3 small offices. Space includes a kitchenette and private bathroom, being offered for $1216 monthly, all utilities included.

If interested, call Sarah Hutt at 781-446-7889 and leave name/phone #, or e-mail <djvhp@msn.com> Thanks.

September 2001

The Hyde Park Art Association has scheduled the First Annual Neighborhood Arts Festival for Saturday, September 22, 2001.

The festival consists of exhibits of paintings by New England artists, dance performances, a classical music recital, and a preview performance of "Back to Manhattan" by Riverside Theater Works. The festival will showcase the side of the Hyde Park neighborhood that is a growing and vibrant arts community.

Paintings and drawings will be on display all day at the Hyde Park Library, Riverside Theater, Hyde Park Community Center, and the River Street Grill.

Artist Paula Hutchens will have an illustration booth for children in Logan Square.

Dance performances will be held at the Hyde Park Community Center. The O’Shea Chaplin School of Dance Irish step dancers will be performing at 11:00 AM, followed by the Arc-En-Ciel Dance Troupe performing Haitian dance at 12:00. The Dance Academy are on tap at 2:30 PM with modern jazz and tap dancing.

John Ferguson will be giving a piano recital of classical music in Menino Hall at the Hyde Park Library at 3:00 PM.

A preview performance of "Back to Manhattan" will be given at the Riverside Theater Works at 4:00 PM.

Events are free.