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Inside-OUT gallery July exhibit featuring the Artisan's Asylum

Inside-OUT gallery July exhibit featuring the Artisan's Asylum

1 Davis Square, Somerville

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"The creative process is not like a situation where you get struck by a single lightning bolt. You have ongoing discoveries, and there's ongoing creative revelations. Yes, it's really helpful to be marching toward a specific destination, but, along the way, you must allow yourself room for your ideas to blossom, take root, and grow." - Carlton Cuse

Somerville is well-known for its creative innovation that is “rooted” in industry. In response, this year’s ArtBeat theme, “ROOTS”, the collective members of the Artisan’s Asylum pay tribute to this rich history. Roots and maps circulate each window, weaving together moments of the past and present. Snapshots from the days of the Derby Desk company to cheeky robots, kinetic paintings and abstract sculpture create a wonderful montage that is truly an ode to our roots.
Many thanks to the contributing artists and organizers who made this exhibit possible.
Mark Brownawell
Gui Cavalcanti
Arlene Elkins*
Jeanne Flanagan
Emily Garfield*
Gretchen Greene
Melissa Glick*
Drew Hatzung
Scott Janousek
Brian Larkin
Jacob LaRocca
Aleef Mahmud
Sal Mancini
Barbara Marder*
Doug Ruuska
Michael Shonie
Suzanne Watzman
Chie Yasuda*
*Indicates members of the planning team
About the Artisan’s Asylum:
Artisan’s Asylum, Inc., a non-profit community fabrication center located in Somerville, Massachusetts where you make what you can imagine. Our mission is to support and promote the teaching, learning and practice of fabrication.
To find about more about the ongoing at the Artisan’s Asylum visit:
About the Inside-Out Gallery
Initiated in 2009, The Inside-Out Gallery is located in the CVS Window in Davis Square, a unique space that allows the public to view an eclectic array of works from artists and local organizations each month. The mission of the Somerville Arts Council is to cultivate and celebrate the creative expressions of the