About Luke Aaron:
Luke Aaron is an American designer whose work expresses an appreciation for past tradition while embracing modern reinterpretation. His story-teller approach creates a visual narrative through each season in which the wearer becomes the muse. He has won numerous awards for his work, including Best in Boston (Boston Magazine) and two Boston's Best awards (Improper Bostonian). He was also recognized as one of the 'top ten reasons to fall madly in love with Boston all over again' (Boston Common Magazine).
About Emma Sorenson:
Lyric mezzo-soprano Emma Sorenson is a featured Emerging Artist with the Boston Lyric Opera, and recently made her debut with Chicago's Fringe Opera as Isabelle Eberhardt in Missy Mazzoli's acclaimed new work Song from the Uproar: the Lives and Deaths of Isabelle Eberhardt. Critics have praised Emma as a "striking and graceful presence, singing with an attractive, flexible voice that brought strong dramatic engagement throughout..."
About Kristine Butler:
Kristine Butler received her early dance training at Royal Academy of Ballet in Buffalo, NY. She went on to train at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and at Charlotte Ballet as an apprentice. After spending one season with the Charlotte Ballet, Kristine was in the corps of San Francisco Ballet, where she performed in Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Coppelia, and Onegin. Kristine has danced internationally at the Kunst am Spreeknie Festival, with the Romanian National Ballet, and is currently in her second season with New Chamber Ballet in New York.
About The Rhythm Future Quartet:
The Rhythm Future Quartet has a straightforward agenda: to keep the spirit of Gypsy jazz alive and expanding in today’s musical universe. The virtuosic foursome, named for a Django Reinhardt tune, performs dynamic and lyrical arrangements of both Gypsy jazz standards and original compositions that draw upon diverse international rhythms and musical idioms. Their latest release, Travels, was picked as one of the 'best jazz albums of 2016' by All About Jazz and the Huffington Post.
Le Mois de la Francophonie Art Exhibition
This March, the gallery takes us to Haiti in celebration of Le Mois de la Francophonie. We proudly welcome several artists from the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts for an impactful and beautiful exhibition.Read More
March 15 and March 22, 9:30 AM and 12:00 PM Screenings
A free screening of Polina, danser sa vie as part of the 5th annual Festinema Junior, a national French film festival and educational outreach program for children and adolescents. For ages 13 - 15.Read More
A free screening of Swagger as part of the 5th annual Festinema Junior, a national French film festival and educational outreach program for children and adolescents. For ages 16 - 18.Read More