CRUDE living: An evening with Jay Critchley @mobius

  • mobius 55 Norfolk St Cambridge, MA, 02139 United States

An Evening with artist Jay Critchley
Doors open at 6 PM with Artist talk at 7 PM  followed by discussion.

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Jay is a Provincetown-based conceptual and multi-media artist and activist whose work has traversed the globe, showing across the US and in Argentina, Japan, England, Spain, France, Holland, Germany and Columbia. He founded the controversial patriotic Old Glory Condom Corporation and was recently featured on LOGO TV and BBC/UK. His recent NYC show was reviewed in the New York Times, The New Yorker and the Village Voice. His first museum survey was held at the Provincetown Art Association/Museum, and will travel to Florida Atlantic University in 2016. The 2015 Provincetown International Film Festival featured his videos, including the HBO award-winning “Toilet Treatments”. 

He has taught at the Museum School at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and has had artist residencies at: Harvard University; AS220, Rhode Island; Harvestworks, NYC; Williams College, MA; Real Art Ways, Hartford; Milepost 5, Portland, OR, Fundacion Valparaiso, Mojacar, Andalucia, Spain, and CAMAC, Marnay-sur-Seine, France. 

He founded the Provincetown Community Compact, which runs artist residencies, and the Swim for Life AIDS/women’s health benefit, which has raised $4M and is scheduled for September 12, 2015. 

www.jaycritchley.com

Don't look away! exhibit

Thursday, September 10th~Sunday, September 20
Speaker-discussions and events
Dialogue #5 Sunday, September 20th ~ open to the public

September 11, 7-9 PM: 911 Anniversary Reflections (with video)

September 12,  gallery hours 12-5, and from 6-9 PM: Opening Reception with performances by the artists

September 19, gallery hours 12-5, and from 6-9 PM: An evening with artist Jay Critchley

September 20, 12-5 PM : Closing Reception with dialogue open to all at 3:30 PM