Caroline Coolidge

SPOKE Gallery 840 Summer Street, South Boston, Massachusetts

For her solo show, re/de/constructed language, Caroline Coolidge has reconfigured her multi-media Spring 2022 undergraduate thesis exhibition for Spoke Gallery.

A Discussion

Online

A Discussion: Dyslexia, Civil Rights, and Social Justice Dyslexia, according to the Mayo Clinic’s website, is a learning disability“that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words.”  It is important to understand that one does not “grow out of or age out of having dyslexia. It is a life-long …

I Am the Observer and Nature is My Teacher: Liliana Folta

I Am the Observer and Nature is My Teacher : a new site specific installation by Liliana Folta Reception: Wednesday, September 14th 6 to 8pm. Hybrid Gallery Talk: Wednesday September 14th 7pm Title:“Iris versicolor” (Northern blue flag)Medium:Acrylic, recycled glass, handmade ceramic, genuine stones & found objectsMounted on birch wood panelDimensions:16” Dim.Year: 2022 Gallery Hours:Wednesdays – …

Taking Back the Hill, We are all works in progress

MWproductions/SPOKE 95 G Street, South Boston, Massachusetts

Join us for our annual End of Summer Event at No Man's Land for Community, Art and FoodWe will be showcasing works by over 60 young men and women who worked with us this summer in our acclaimed YouthSPEAK Program.

LATINX

SPOKE / Medicine Wheel Productions 840 Summer Street, South Boston, Massachusetts

Celebracion De LA Herencia – LATINX En SPOKE Ven a Celebrar la herencia Latinx/Latina, Latino, Latine/Hispana en SPOKE in South Boston. DIA DE LA RAZA Come celebrate Latinx/Latina, Latino, Latine/Hispanic Heritage at SPOKE at 844 Summer Street, South Boston

Day Without Art installation for World AIDS Day 2022

Boston Center for the Arts 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

Out of the Ashes 31st annual Day Without Art installation for World AIDS Day 2022 Our work at SPOKE began 31 years ago to create a place where people gather to reflect and remember those lost to the AIDS pandemic. This mission remains just as urgent today as we face multiple pandemics of COVID-19, racism, and addiction, …