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Chill at the Mills: Friday, March 25, 2016 | 7–10pm

Free for College Students

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The semester is halfway over and we think you need to take a break and chill. Come experience college night the BCA way with an evening of artistic connections fueled by donuts and coffee to keep the conversation sharp!

Here is what to expect:

  • Get close and personal with Elizabeth Devlin, an independent curator, artist, and founder of FLUX.Boston!
  • Spotlight talks on Brink V2: Space and Intimacy by Randi Hopkins, our Associate Director of Visual Arts!
  • Mingle and share ideas with other creative students in Boston!
  • Photo booth and projected backdrop with instagram influencer and prop stylist expert, @LizandLavender as your photographer—also, best personal shot in the gallery with #ChillattheMills wins a prize.
  • Take a break and enjoy treats from the South End’s BlackBird Doughnuts, Starbucks, and more!
  • Take our origami challenge? Explore beautiful designs and find out how good you are at the art of paper folding!

Food and drinks are limited, first come first served!

About Elizabeth Devlin
Elizabeth Devlin is an independent curator, art consultant, and founder of FLUX.Boston, an online resource for artists and art enthusiasts in the Boston area and beyond. Through weekly event coverage, artist interviews, and educational posts, Elizabeth enables FLUX. readers to feel informed, engaged in, and connected to the pulse of Boston Arts. As a trusted resource and friend to the Arts community, a certified BRA artist and curator of several critically acclaimed exhibitions to-date, Elizabeth strives to make the art world more accessible and to champion the endeavors of Boston’s creative community.

About Randi Hopkins
Randi Hopkins is Associate Director of Visual Arts Programs at the Boston Center for the Arts, where she oversees the BCA’s Mills Gallery and Artist Residency programs. She has initiated ongoing programs including Gertrude's Artists Salon, the BRINK exhibition series, and ARTISTS HELP DESK (created in partnership with ArtMorpheus), a practical resource for artists, and has worked with invited curators on exhibitions including Daniel DeLuca's Things about Rainbows: Jeff Huckleberry summer performance series in 2014 and Vera Ingrid Grant's James Montford: Persuasions 1990–2015.

About @LizandLavender
Liz Wible is an Integrated Marketing Communication graduate student living in Boston, Massachusetts. She is also a creative freelance product stylist looking forward to this May, when she graduates and is able to spend more time on her passion. When Liz moved to Boston, she fell in love with the stories behind the local shops that she frequented and created the hashtag #lovelylocal on her instagram. Now, she and a growing community share their favorite #lovelylocal’s with each other and she encourages you to do the same!

Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography at Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, BRINK v2: Space and Intimacy, January 15–March 26, 2016.


Chill at the Mills: BCA College Night
Mar 25, 2016  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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