"Tomorrow" Group Exhibit

Please join House of Roulx next weekend, Saturday April 15th for the opening of the "TOMORROW" group exhibit at The Blochaus Gallery in Lawrence, MA. We are excited to be supporting featured work by House of Roulx collaborating artists Free Humanity, Dana Woulfe, Red-Raven (Bob Packert) and Benjamin Stebbings as well as a host of other talent. We will be setting up our pop up print shop with original work and prints for sale, show exclusives, give-a-ways and more.

Below is the official press release from curator Markus Sebastiano with all the important information - we hope to see you there!

FOR TICKETS:
www.eventbrite.com/e/show-name-tomorrow-tickets-32386736601

OFFICIAL SITE:
www.theblochaus.com

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE:
www.facebook.com/events/1054171324727001/

PRESS RELEASE:
This is the Blochaus Gallery's second show; 12 artists and forward thinking sponsors including Northshore Magazine, 36creative, Absolut Vodka, Jameson Irish Whiskey and House of Roulx.

All artists were given the title and the statement below to inspire and prep them for this April opening.

We are so excited to keep the energy, excitement, hope, and inspiration going for another show and hopefully many more to come. Please join us in exploring, exposing, and progressing this unique art movement in New England.

"Urban decay has layered over traces of intelligent design. Precious metals reflect an impending doom as the sun projects an abandonded horizon. We dig through the remnants of an alienated past and come to discover who we were. Out of this colorless landscape rises a vibrant bloom steeped in evolution.

Observing its growth we find our inspiration. Like art, the human species is resilient. We now decide who we want to become.

This is TOMORROW.

We will survive."

DATE AND TIME:
Sat, April 15, 2017
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
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LOCATION:
The Blochaus Art Gallery
250 Canal Street
5th floor
Lawrence, MA 01840

DRESS CODE: We always encourage unique and stunning fashion but our overall goal is to have you enjoy people and art. Please dress comfortably to your own standards.

SPECIAL DIRECTIONS: 250 Canal Street has two sections, one is the residential side and the other is the commercial side. When you pull through the tunnel (through the building), take a left and then you will see a parking attendant who can direct you to the best parking.

 

 

 

  




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