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(Boston, MA) The Beehive in Boston’s South End, known for their diversity and eclecticism, will once again be on the cutting edge as they launch the first of an ongoing art series, “Beehive-Art-Scope 1” on April 1, 2008 from 7:00PM – 10:00PM. The event will push both visual and auditory boundaries appealing to all five senses providing artists a chance to get outside of the “white box” as they show their work in an alternative art venue.
“We support the arts on our stage, in the finishes that make our restaurant design so unique, and on our walls. Our goal is to highlight innovative, emerging and largely local artists and provide them with an opportunity for public attention and exposure” said Jennifer Epstein co-owner and art curator of The Beehive.

Beehive-Art-Scope 1 will be an evening filled with video, performance, music by The Sewer Rats with John Lockwood, Nat Mugavero and Leo Genovese, cocktails and other foolish elements out of the ordinary including featured artists Douglas Weathersby, a 2003 Institute of Contemporary Art, Artist’s Prize winner; performance artist Bryce Kaufmann, a 2004 Museum of Fine Arts Traveling Scholar Award Recipient, a selection of Video Works curated by artist Jeff Perrott; as well as a collection of art installations by a varied and talented group of artists including:

Jeff Perrott
Rachel Perry Welty, finalist, Foster Prize, 2006 Institute of Contemporary Art
Brian Zink
Hilary Tolan
James Hull
Laura Evans
Brian Burkhardt/Tanit Sakanini
Nabila Zoraya Santa-Cristo
Cyrille Conan
George Rosa
Andrew Mowbray
Jeff Smith
Claire Eder
Samantha Fields
Erica Greenwald
Brady Bonus
Owen Rundquist (Courtesy of the Julie Chae Gallery)
Joe Wardwell
Sarah Jane Bardy
Isabel Riley

There is no cover charge for this event, refreshments will be provided and all featured artists works will be available for purchase.

WHERE: The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 | P. 617.423.0069|

WHEN: April 1, 2008, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

INFO: No Cover charge, Cash Bar


About The Beehive:

The Beehive or “La Ruche” -- “the beehive” in French for which it is named – was an early 20th-century artists’ colony in Paris where the likes of Matisse and Chagall worked and made merry. Today The Beehive is an underground Bohemian bistro featuring amazing cuisine, libations, artwork and live music nightly. Nestled below the Boston Center for the Art’s historic Cyclorama in Boston’s South End, The Beehive serves the eclectic fare of Chef Rebecca Newell, rustic comfort foods infused with American, European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern influences. Open for dinner 5:30 pm to 1:00 am seven days a week, and with cocktails and live entertainment available nightly until 2:00 am; The Beehive is the perfect location for after-work cocktails, dinner, live music, events and more. Come to taste the cuisine, come to view the art, come to hear the music or simply come to share in the merriment. The Beehive is at 541 Tremont St., 617-423-0069; . Dinner 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., bar to 2 a.m., entertainment nightly. Brunch Served Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am until 3:00 pm, bar menu 3:00pm to 5:00pm.


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