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Austin’s MASS Gallery to Place Artists in Hotbox

 

The MASS staff will have some company this summer.

The MASS staff will have some company this summer.

MASS gallery is starting a new summer residency program called Hotbox, turning over its gallery space to three artists to use as a working studio for five weeks. Each artist is also obliged to participate in MASS’ public engagement program, “Close Encounters.” The program is designed to “provide new methods of engaging the public’s curiosity.” However the artists decide to interpret that mandate will be revealed on the gallery website and Facebook page.

The artists selected for the inaugural residency, which begins July 5, are Jill Pangallo (New York), Jory Drew (Chicago/Austin), and Jules Buck Jones (Austin).

also by Paula Newton
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