The Suffolk Journal

YourWeek: city arts, clubs, culture

YourWeek: city arts, clubs, culture

Angela Bray

March 21, 2012

Cool things to do this weekend!       Read More »

Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

Angela Bray

February 28, 2012

This week's featured theater, music, nightlife, art, and literature happenings. Read More »

Fifth Annual Rammy Awards call for submissions

Ally Thibault

February 22, 2012

This April, Suffolk will host the fifth annual Rammy Awards to honor students for their work in 11 different categories ranging from photography, to videos, to public relations and marketing portfolios.   Read More »...

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

February 15, 2012

The Journal staff takes on the Grammys.       Read More »

‘Winter Lights’ spread across Greenway

‘Winter Lights’ spread across Greenway

Ally Thibault

February 15, 2012

FIGMENT and the Rose Kennedy Greenway have teamed up to install Winter Lights, a display of LED lit artwork along the winding park pathways that run from Chinatown to the North End.   Read More »...

Yes.Oui.Si presents ‘The Salon’

Yes.Oui.Si presents ‘The Salon’

February 8, 2012

Meagan Kennelly  Journal Contributor With violin in the ear, wine on the pallet and art on the walls, Yes.Oui.Si celebrated the opening of a new art exhibition, “The Salon,” last Thursday night. The exhibit showcased the work of an all-female cast of artists: Alexa Guariglia, Lena Gustafson, ...

Lot F exhibits ‘Three’ artists

Lot F exhibits ‘Three’ artists

Soleil Barros

February 8, 2012

The first Friday of each month after the Financial District’s corporate buildings empty, art seekers make their way to the Lot F Gallery. Last week, the gallery hosted ‘Three,” an exhibit showcasing the work of three artists and their different styles of artwork.  Read More »...

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

Ally Thibault

February 1, 2012

ArtVenue, a growing website for local artists, seeks to make the life of freelancers and professional artists easier. Based in Cambridge and in operation since summer 2011, ArtVenue helps put local artists’ work up for sale on the walls of hip coffee shops and other businesses in the area. Artis...

SMFA sheds light on today’s history

SMFA sheds light on today’s history

Bianca Saunders

February 1, 2012

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) presents an in-depth look at Egypt’s current political and social climate in a new exhibition entitled “Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo.”   The exhibit opened on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the first protests in Cairo’s...

‘Wordly:’ quirky art at NESAD

‘Wordly:’ quirky art at NESAD

Angela Bray

January 26, 2012

Presented by the Suffolk University Art Gallery at the New England School of Art and Design (NESAD) is “Wordly,” a solo exhibition of sculptures, drawings and installations by Arthur Henderson.   Quirky art creates a fun, bright atmosphere from the main and hallway areas of the gallery....

‘Together’ celebrates Music l Art l Technology

‘Together’ celebrates Music l Art l Technology

Angela Bray

April 20, 2011

With flyers, event pages and download cards everywhere, the Together festival has now kicked in and blown minds after day one. It was no joke when Mayor Thomas M. Menino proclaimed Sunday, April 17, 2011 to be Together Boston Day in the city of Boston during the VIP event at the Foundation Room. Ju...

Venture showcases university-wide work

Venture showcases university-wide work

Derek Anderson

April 7, 2011

Every year, Suffolk’s Venture Magazine is published to showcase the talented works of students, alumni and faculty, whether it is literature-based, photography, poetry or any other art-based creation. “Venture really is a place where you can get your voice out and express yourself,” said Ven...

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