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Opera on Tap is set for 13Forest Gallery on Friday, Aug 8, from 7 to 9 p.m.

The second half of "Tag (you're it)" has opened, with 10 artists new to the gallery.

13Forest entered the WGBH Boston A-List contest for Best Art Gallery a couple of years ago and has been fortunate enough to win for the last two years.

The contest ends in less than a week. Follow this link and sign up.

Several other Arlington businesses running in other categories.

  • 9/5 Fri, 7-9 pm-Tag (you're it) Artist Talk 



Tag (you're it)Opening Reception - Round 2

We are very excited to present the 10 new artists joining us for the second round of our summer exhibit, Tag (you're it).
Come see the work of Daisy Adams, Joe Barillaro, Grace Bentley-Scheck, Jenny Brown, Silvia López Chavez, Cortney Leigh Cox, Ruth Daniels, Rocky Delforge, Grace Durnford and Wilhelm Neusser.
Opening Reception:Fri 7/18, 7-9 pm
Shift 16,Ruth Daniels, wood, pigmented talc medium, nails

 Promised Land (1310),Wilhelm Neusser, oil on linen 

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13FOREST Gallery
167A Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02474
Tue-Wed 11-7   Thu 11-8   Fri-Sat 11-6
Sun by appointment or chance


We're rarely in early, but often stay late - give us a call if you'd like to know for sure!
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It's the final stretch for the campaign for Best Art Gallery - please clickhereto sign up and vote now.

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Untitled (4070526),Laura Wulf, photogram with etching

Hammered oval necklace,Lisa Gent, sterling silver

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Hatch in Davis Square
Congratulations toNicole Duennebierfor winning a Somerville Arts Council Fellowship!
Utilizing the Artbeat theme ofHatch, Duennebier has recruited a team of artists to populate a series of three large-scale dioramas teeming with life. Check them out during ArtbeatJuly 18and 19 at Davis Square'sInside/Out Galleryat CVS.
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