SoWa Spotlight: Music and Art with Palaver Strings and Kingston Gallery

Haven't made any Sunday plans? Look no further.

Music and Art with Palaver Strings and Kingston Gallery will take place this Sunday, October 15th from 1:30 to 3:30 pm featuring a presentation by Palaver Strings amidst paintings by Julie S Graham and works on paper by Lynda Schlosberg. 

Kingston Gallery and Palaver Strings are both artist-run organizations with proven passion for their surrounding communities. Palaver's mission is to bring their music beyond the concert hall to engage with new and diverse audiences thereby encouraging discussion of social issues, promotion of education and healing, and inspiring community to support the arts. Meanwhile Kingston Gallery showcases a diverse range of contemporary New England art in a mutually supportive environment that encourages experimentation and growth. Each member of Palaver Strings, a Boston based string orchestra, is dedicated to the collaborative interpretation of classical masterworks while connecting with new audiences.

Palaver Strings

The setting for the Palaver performance on October 15th at Kingston Gallery brings work by two gallery artists into the conversation and creates a multi-sensory experience for viewers. On view in the Kingston Main and Center Galleries will be Incidental Matters by Julie S Graham, canvases portraying improbable combinations of paint and color, geometric shapes, reclaimed materials, and inspiration from urban industrial areas. In the Project space will be Interwoven, works on paper by Lynda Schlosberg who with acrylic, gouache and graphite continues her exploration of working with an interconnected network of lines that undulate, and twist and turn, forming illusions of spatial planes that trace the movement of imperceptible energy.

Art Pieces

The SoWa team can't think of a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon. RSVP to the event here for a unique and energizing afternoon at the Kingston Gallery. If you can't make it to this event, but would like to see the exhibit, stop by the gallery at 450 Harrison Ave. No. 43 before October 29 anytime between 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Wednesday - Sunday.