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Nice article on our 2nd Anniversary in Waltham’s Brand New Watch HERE. 
LAP IS TURNING 2!
Hush & Paint Job Closing Reception
Saturday March 30, 7-10 PM 

We are turning 2! 
 
It’s been an awesome first 2 years, help us celebrate this fun occasion along with the closing receptions for “Paint Job” and “Hush”. 
 
There will be CAKE, and beer from Narragansett and Watch City Brewery. And probably other things!— 
PAINT JOB // Artwork by Bill Dunlap
 
HUSH // Artwork by Courtney McKenna & Mallory Biggins 
For more info on the shows click HERE-- 
CLOSING: Saturday, March 30, 7-10 PM
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri 4-9 PM, Sat 2-8 PM or by appointment. 
LAP Gallery289 Moody Street, Waltham MAhttp://www.facebook.com/LincolnArtsProject
We are turning 2! It’s been an awesome first 2 years, help us celebrate this fun occasion along with the closing receptions for “Paint Job” and “Hush”. There will be CAKE, and beer from Narragansett and Watch City Brewery. And probably other things!PAINT JOB // Artwork by Bill DunlapHUSH // Artwork by Courtney McKenna & Mallory Biggins
We’re excited to announce we’ve added 5 new studios spaces annexed to the gallery on the basement level. We’ve worked hard to establish ourselves from a “pop up” gallery a permanent space, and are excited to add the additional studios. 
Studio spaces are basement-level so there aren’t any windows, but they’ve all been recently renovated and have new lighting and new walls. Rent includes all utilities, wi-fi access, and use of the gallery space if it’s open for short term shows, studio visits, etc. There are bathrooms, and a slop sink, as well as an annual Open Studios and monthly exhibits/receptions in the gallery space.
We are looking for active artists / or small creative companies and welcome people to share the spaces. 
Spaces Available:
310 sqft - $365
360 sqft - $425
620 sqft - $730 
 Please contact us to set up a time to check out the studios or with any questions, info@lincolnartsproject.com 
elliottstoughtonanderson:

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Pictures from the New Spins // Playing With Dolls Opening reception now up on our flickr!
extra special thanks to Guido Ciampi for these…
CALL FOR ART: EVERYTHING THAT CREEPS
Special Halloween Exhibition at LAP — looking for original “B Movie/Horror Film” Posters. Each artist may submit up to 3 different “horror film posters” for consideration. Each Poster submission should be no smaller than 11” x 17” (can be horizontal or vertical).
Submit each image (smaller than 2MB) with title of work to everythingthatcreeps2012@gmail.com
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 3
Fall 2012 Coming Soon…
Need Studio Space?
We are excited to announce we have added 5 studio spaces in the lower level of Lincoln Arts Project. We are looking to fill the spaces with young and emerging artists, and/or small creative businesses. 
Sizes vary from 150-620 sq. ft in each studio, and prices are in the $220-800 range.
All Utilities and Internet are included, as well as access to the galleries for shows.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS!
please e-mail us with any questions or to see the spaces
info@lincolnartsproject.com
We’re pleased to announce our fall lineup, more details soon…
September 26 - October 20RECEPTION: Friday, September 28, 7-10 PMUpstairs: New SpinsInspired by a digital age that encourages the remixing of musical content, this show attempts to recreate that same energy and practice into the visual medium. New Spins is a curated collection of visual re-interpretations of album artwork of the past from 25 local artists.Downstairs: Playing with DollsRear ends, plastic, and dirty words; Playing with Dolls; New stuff by Brooklyn-based artist Charlie Smith.October 24-31RECEPTION: Saturday, October 27, 7-10 PMBoth Floors: Space 242 Presents Freeky Fright NightsAnnual Space 242 Halloween Extravaganza lives on this year at Lincoln Arts Project, large group show featuring Spooky and Halloween-Inspired artwork.November 3 - December 1RECEPTION: Friday, November 16, 2012Both Floors: Insider / OutsiderSandrine Schaefer of The Present Tense is curating an exhibition of Live Art documentation. This exhibition will feature live art pieces that were made in non-art contexts. The documentation from these pieces will be brought into an art context and shown in a gallery setting. December 5 - January 5RECEPTION: Friday, December 7, 7-10 PMUpstairs: The Hundreds ShowThe Annual December Small works show, featuring all of our favorite artists — all artwork is either $100, $200, or $300.
We are pleased to announce we are accepting proposals for solo and small group shows.Please submit the following information to info@lincolnartsproject.com
(Please limit to a max of 150 words) 
Brief description of the project: (Its concept and how the space will be used)
Curatorial brief (Only if you have a curator)
Artists (& Websites)
CV & Resumes for all participating artists (& Curators if necessary)
Please include 5-15 images (jpeg) of proposed work.
Please indicate if you are applying for the first floor or the basement gallery. Shows will run for a 4-6 week period, based on schedule availability. Conditions of sales and installation will be discussed after a show proposal is accepted. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO & FLOOR PLANS
FUCK YEAH AMERICA II: With A Vengeance 
RECEPTION: Friday, July 6, 7-10 PM (Sponsored by Narragansett)
Show Dates: July 6 – August 4
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri 4-9 PM, Sat 2-8 PM or by appointment.

FEATURING WORK FROM:
Adam O’Day & KDONZ
Amanda Lachapelle
Andrew Fish
Bill Dunlap
Bradford Rusick
Brian Glaser
Caitlin Duennebier 
Caleb Neelon
Clint Baclawski
Dave Tolmie
Fish McGill
Jamaal Eversley
Liz Linder
Rachel Kain
Tak Toyoshima 
Union Press
Wilding, Davis, & Co. Books

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patfalco:

i did this on the back wall of the MATCH show at Lincoln Arts Project 

happy valentines day

IDEA FACTORY 2.0 Is Tommorrow (Thursday) Night at LAP!

Over the summer we went to a discussion at Montserrat College of Art on start-up spaces, DIY galleries, collectives, etc and it was pretty cool. The “sequel” if you will to the discussion is tomorrow night at LAP. Coinciding with our Bostonia Collectives show currently on display, the discussion will be focused more on the Boston Art Scene.
We have a rad panel, hopefully more to come, and it should be a pretty awesome discussion. Please come out and join us!
SPEAKERS
Caleb Neelon - Artist/Writer
Adam Moskowitz - YES.OUI.SI (Boston
Mary Bucci McCoy - Kingston Gallery (Boston)
Lucas Spivey & Bradford Rusick - 17 Cox (Beverly)
Elliott Anderson -LAP Gallery
Pat Falco - LAP Gallery & Distillery Gallery (Boston)