SPOKE News & Updates

Gallery Wall | Caroline Coolidge

For her solo show, re/de/constructed language, Caroline Coolidge has reconfigured her multi-media Spring 2022 undergraduate thesis exhibition for Spoke Gallery. The installation consists of video projection, sound, and six
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Caroline Coolidge

re/de/constructed language: An Installation by Caroline Coolidge with reception and gallery talk. – Gallery Hours:Wednesdays- Fridays from 12 to 5pm and Saturdays by appointment(For a Saturday appointment-email please at

Destiny Palmer at SPOKE Gallery

Spoke Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by Destiny Palmer entitled, Love Letter to a Black Woman.  The exhibition dates are April 4th to May 14th.  For

Destiny Palmer

Love Letter to a Black Woman Apr 6, 2022 06:00 PM  For this solo show, Destiny will be creating a new site specific installation comprised of her paintings, drawings
Threshold 2022

Cocktails & Conversation

Dr. Rohit Chandra, SPOKE Board Chair, cordiallyinvites you to be his guest for cocktails & conversation. Together we will launch our Threshold campaign, which culminates June 16 with a

L’ Merchie Frazier

The quilts present four scenes from the artist’s Barricades series: The Mathematics of Racism: Living in the Calculus, Who is Barred Today, People Before Highways, and How Many More? Each urges viewers

National Black HIV Awareness Day, Feb. 7, 2022

photo credit Don West Join us February 7, 2022 from 6-8 pm for a reflection on: Art, Equity, and Health with panelists: Amanda Shea          

No Man’s Land

Located between South Boston High School and Dorchester Heights, this space is open to the public year-round.  We just commemorated 25 Years at No Man’s Land with an anniversary

Reaching Into Medfield

Youth-led Project in Medfield Demonstrates Power of Art & Creative Expression in Mental Health & Community Well-Being  On Sunday, October 17th, more than 150 members of the Medfield community