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Millers Falls mural project

This is the wall we will be painting. The site is below a train bridge on Newton Street in Millers Falls.       

Pop-up Exhibition: CURRENTS/潮流

MFAB is pleased to invite you to the two day pop-up exhibition at AOTU Space, Beijing.  Opening Reception – December 2, 6-8pm @AOTU Space (see map below) Duration: December 2-3, 2015 The Currents exhibition was created to begin a dialogue […]

One for the money, two for the show…

Saturday at Millers was packing day. Carpenter Brian D rolled into the back lot at 12:30. Geng Xue, myself and Brian, together we began to pack Geng Xue’s sculptures for their journey to NYC. Brian had prefabricated four perfectly sized […]

Right Church, Wrong Pew

One of the first major steps in preparing the Old St. John’s church building for its new function as a space for creativity and community engagement is the removal of the pews to create a bigger space for the artists […]

CALL FOR IMAGES: Millers Rivers Scroll

This summer in Millers, we are working with artist Tang Yuhan to create an artwork named the Millers River Scroll – a collaboration between the artist and the people of Millers Falls. MFAB will help Tang collect photographs, digital images […]

Our First Artists in Millers: Geng Xue and Zhu Ying

Big news! MFAB is happy to announce our first collaboration with the Klein Sun Gallery in NYC. With Klein Sun’s support, we have selected two artists to participate in the MFAB Summer 2015 artist residency program. We welcome Geng Xue from […]

Eureka! AAC: Emerging Programs Institute

Sculptor and friend Terry Slade introduced me to Mark Golden of Golden Paints. Mark then introduced me to the Alliance of Artists Communities just in time for MFAB to attend AAC’s annual Emerging Programs Institute, hosted this year by the […]

MFAB participates in River’s Song

Rivers form connections between places and cultures. Highlighting the unifying nature of water, the Millers Falls Arts Bridge invites Chinese artists to create artworks for five sites in the Connecticut River watershed as part of the River’s Song Project. Selected works will be installed temporarily on each site prior to the River’s Song celebration, with documentation of the sites and the works on view in Avenue A storefront windows in Turners Falls during the River’s Song celebration on May 16. In addition, MFAB will be screening a series of video works by Chinese artists related to the themes of rivers and water.

Read MFAB’s River’s Song Call for Art

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