Events

Yoga at Gallery 263

Wind Down Wednesdays: Yoga with Enrica

Find some peace and tranquility amidst the week as we explore and connect with our bodies through the synthesis of yoga, movement, breath, and meditative work. Each class aims to create an open and spacious foundation to receive direct and uplifting energy, and to find new meaning in the term “embodied empowerment”. By building a greater and deeper awareness of the subtle light energies within, we can invoke a state of quiet and calm in mind, body, and spirit.

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Yoga at Gallery 263

Hatha Yoga with Liz

Our Monday classes are taught by Liz Vequist. This class emphasizes attention to alignment within a flowing sequence designed to challenge all levels and leave you feeling strengthened and energized. Great way to wind down your day and start your week!

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Waiting for the Light to Change: Poetry Reading and Book Party

Join local poet Scott Ruescher for an evening of poetry to celebrate the release of his latest book, Waiting for the Light to Change (Prolific Press, 2017)

6:30 PM | Welcome

6:45 PM | Reading & Discussion

7:30 PM | Signing and Reception

 

SCOTT RUESCHER has won recent annual-contest prizes from Able Muse, Poetry Quarterly, and the New England
Poetry Club. His chapbooks include Sidewalk Tectonics and Perfect Memory. For many years he has been
administrating the Arts in Education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and teaching part-time in the
Boston University Prison Education Program.

 

“Scott Ruescher goes back into the past like a man walking through walls and there finds the things that signify. The details, the atmospheres so full of our younger wanting. Had we but known. His long lines deliver the most bittersweet tones, playing the now against the then, and letting the implicit sadness of bygone lives throw a shadowy depth behind every new moment.” Sven Birkerts, author of The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age

“Scott Ruescher is an evangelist for reality, declaiming its glitzy multitudinosity in long cinematic sentences, with a mixture of love, wonder and disgust. Ruescher’s linguistic resourcefulness breaks like a storm across the page and we are borne along with recognition, amazement and dismay. Beneath their effervescent verbal surfaces these poems are sad and tender. Ruescher has a beautiful talent.” —Tony Hoagland, author of Unincorporated Personas in the Late Honda Dynasty; What Narcissism Means to Me; Donkey Gospel; and Sweet Ruin

“Scott Ruescher is a Baby Boom Whitman, a Rust Belt Ginsberg, whose long sentences echo ‘Alice’s Restaurant’ as much as those of his poetic forebears….Whether he is revisiting a youthful paradise of silken-tasseled cornfields now paved into a 40-acre parking lot of ticking meters, making a pilgrimage to the Lorraine Motel or visiting Graceland and Lincoln’s birthplace on days they turn out to be closed, the poet is always trying make sense of the trajectory of his own life, from the working-class Republican heartland of his childhood to the academic east coast where he now lives. Along the way, he also helps us better make sense of a country inhabited by icons as different as Abe Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Elvis.” —Jennifer Rose, author of The Old Direction of Heaven and Hometown for an Hour

Yoga at Gallery 263

Wind Down Wednesdays: Yoga with Enrica

Find some peace and tranquility amidst the week as we explore and connect with our bodies through the synthesis of yoga, movement, breath, and meditative work. Each class aims to create an open and spacious foundation to receive direct and uplifting energy, and to find new meaning in the term “embodied empowerment”. By building a greater and deeper awareness of the subtle light energies within, we can invoke a state of quiet and calm in mind, body, and spirit.

Yoga FAQs

Yoga at Gallery 263

Hatha Yoga with Liz

Our Monday classes are taught by Liz Vequist. This class emphasizes attention to alignment within a flowing sequence designed to challenge all levels and leave you feeling strengthened and energized. Great way to wind down your day and start your week!

Yoga FAQs

Yoga at Gallery 263

Wind Down Wednesdays: Yoga with Enrica

Find some peace and tranquility amidst the week as we explore and connect with our bodies through the synthesis of yoga, movement, breath, and meditative work. Each class aims to create an open and spacious foundation to receive direct and uplifting energy, and to find new meaning in the term “embodied empowerment”. By building a greater and deeper awareness of the subtle light energies within, we can invoke a state of quiet and calm in mind, body, and spirit.

Yoga FAQs

Yoga at Gallery 263

Hatha Yoga with Liz

Our Monday classes are taught by Liz Vequist. This class emphasizes attention to alignment within a flowing sequence designed to challenge all levels and leave you feeling strengthened and energized. Great way to wind down your day and start your week!

Yoga FAQs

Submission Deadline [EXTENDED]: 2017 Artist Residency

[DEADLINE EXTENDED] Proposals for our 2017 Artist Residency Program are due by midnight on April 30, 2017.

Since 2010, we have offered our 700-square foot space to artists of all media.  In a comfortable, collaborative environment, residents incubate ideas, fuel discussion, and produce new work, while giving the local community a stake in both the process and the product of art making. Residents benefit from full access to our space and amenities, two critique sessions, and a week-long exhibition to conclude their stay.