Wednesday , April 14 2021

Five things to do this weekend, from the teacher's art to the new opera



Finally, with the cold weather continuing, there are 5 ways to participate in the arts and to stay warm this weekend.

Boston Jewish Film Festival | By November 19 | Various places

The Boston Jewish Film Festival this year celebrated its 30th anniversary by producing a variety of films from comedy to drama and animation. ARTery's Erin Trahan said this year's festival is particularly strong in a first-person documentary like the movie "Unsettling" of a left-wing Israeli filmmaker in a settlement in the West Bank. Her political enemies. (Check out Trahan's top recommendations at this year's festival..)


People who can teach & # 39; Saturday 17th November – Saturday 15th December | Nave Gallery, Somerville

It is a rare art school graduate who can transition smoothly into a career as a full time artist. Many are taught. It is a valuable job that takes time. "Teaching people", featuring the work of 40 local teachers, is often aimed at focusing attention on the category of overlooked artists. (Find out more about The ARTery's Pamela Reynolds exhibition.)

Nicky McClatchy
Nikki McCulloch's "Highland Skies 1" is featured in "People Who Can Teach". (Courtesy of the artist)

& # 39; Hollywood's oenberg & # 39; Through Sunday, November 18 | Emerson Paramount Center, Boston

"Schoenberg in Hollywood" is based on the life of renowned composer Arnold Schoenberg and pursued artistic achievement in clean Los Angeles to avoid persecution in Naples Europe. This opera, composed by Boston artist Tod Machover, renowned for his technical innovations, will make the world premiere with a futuristic, immersive sound system developed with the help of MIT's Media Lab. (Read more about the work of art reporter Andrea Shea.)

BLO cast rehearsal
The blowcast will rehearse at "Schoenberg In Hollywood" at Paramount Theater. (Jesse Costa / WBUR)

Universe Rushing Apart: A Blue Kettle and We Go. By November 18 | Babson College, Wellsley

Carle Churchill's surrealist insight comes alive in the works of the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's "Blue Kettle" and "Here We Go". First, reality and language become more and more slippery as you see the audience's plan unfold. Secondly, women groups wrestle with their mortality at the funeral of a man they know.

Ryan Winkles
Ryan Winkles "Here We Go" (Evgenia Eliseeva)

Wuhan Park Design | Saturday, November 17 | 100 Federal St. Atrium in Boston

The National Design Awards winner will be held in Boston this week and the locals will have the chance to design their own park with Kim Mikyoung Kim, winner of the year. Kim is an international landscape architect based in Boston. She will help participants create a 3D "Landscape Prototype and Collaborative Park".

There is a video promotion that shows the type of work she does:


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