Category Archives: Boston lowbrow heads up!
Thought you might enjoy this account of Bryce’s jaunt to the Berkshires.
While this unusual stage production has moved on(it closed last weekend) Bryce has some amazing photos of the performance to accompany his review.
Live theater, pass the word.
I was watching PBS the other night, a symphony concert. As the camera panned the orchestra I was struck by the age of most of the musicians. I wondered to myself if we had replacements ready to shoulder a french horn, sit for hours in rehearsals, and love it. Boston lowbrow has the answer with a lovely audio interview.
“Ryan Howell, a Boston lowbrow collaborator, will have his photographs of our old junior high/high school ‘annex’ featured in Quiet Omission, a small photography show at the Washington Street Art Center (321 Washington Street, Somerville) in Union Square. There’s an opening reception the 6th from 6:00-8:00, with free wine, live music, etc. Quiet Omission runs through the 28th. Gallery is regularly open from 12:00-4:00 Saturday afternoons.”
Bryce Lambert has some of Ryan’s work ………… Boston lowbrow
Ryan was the projectionist for the longest time at the IOKA and is a EHS & UNH graduate.
In some of the photos you can see paint ball hits, the school was used by law enforcement for training in paint ball assaults.
Why is the school still standing?