Boston International Fine Art Show
Discover the Boston International Fine Art Show
This is the perfect opportunity to discover 40 fine art galleries under one roof, plus exciting free programs, author appearances and special exhibitions. Your ticket includes a free color catalog, coat check and readmission. Everything is for sale -- the best in contemporary and traditional fine art. You'll find original paintings, sculpture, photography, fine prints and mixed media in both modern and classical styles for your browsing and buying pleasure. Don't miss the only fine art show of its kind in New England -- now in its 22nd year. There is also discount and valet parking available, and a café by Jules, at Boston Center for the Arts - Cyclorama.
When: Oct 19, 2018 12am to Oct 21, 2018 12am in Harvard, MA
Hop Culture Presents: Spooky Brews Boston
General Greetings boys and ghouls! Hop Culture is coming to Boston for a spooky scary Halloween party featuring some of the freshest beer and most hyped breweries in the country. We'll have food, unlimited pours, music, and Halloween-themed merch and glassware from designer Sam Taylor. Come in costume. Trick or treat at your favorite breweries. Eat some colorful candy. Follow @hopculturemag and sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay updated on the event. Where will the event take place? The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116 When is this happening? The festival runs over a single session on Friday, October 26th, 2018. VIPs will be able to enter at 6:30 PM and General Admission will be able to enter at 7PM. Designated Drivers may enter at any time. The festival will end promptly at 11PM. Is there an age limit? All attendees must be at least 21 years old with a valid ID. Please no children or strollers. What do I get with my ticket? The VIP ticket gets you access to the festival at 6:30 PM, a half hour before GA admission. You'll also receive a bag of treats inside a Hop Culture tote that includes a limited-edition taster designed by Sam Taylor, a Spooky Brews teku, and a festival map. The General Admission ticket gets you access to the festival at 7PM. Upon entering, you'll receive a limited-edition taster designed by Sam Taylor, and a brochure that includes a map of the festival. The Designated Driver ticket gets you access to the festival, but you won't be able to drink! Upon entering, you'll receive a ticket that's redeemable for a complimentary t-shirt from our merch stand. Will there be food? We'll have food available from several food vendors inside the venue. Vegetarian options available. Will there be music? Duh. The Beer/Breweries Who is attending? The current list is as follows. Note that this is subject to change due to any number of extenuating factors, but we'll do everything in our power to avoid that. Aslin Beer Company Barrel Culture Brewing and Blending Barreled Souls Brewing DSSOLVR Equilibrium Brewing Finback Brewery Fox Farm Brewery Hoof Hearted Brewing Horus Aged Ales Interboro Spirits and Ales Lamplighter Brewing Co. Long Live Beerworks Mast Landing Brewing Company Mikerphone Brewing Mystic Brewery New Park Brewing Night Shift Brewing Outer Range Brewing Company Pueblo Vida Brewing Pure Project Brewing Resident Culture Brewing Company Southern Grist Brewing Company Superstition Meadery Threes Brewing Triple Crossing Brewing TRVE Brewing Company Twin Elephant Brewing Company Vitamin Sea Brewing Widowmaker Brewing And more! We're excited to announce that Craft Collective (CC) is our official distribution sponsor for Spooky Brews 2018! CC is an independent craft beer distribution company serving MA, Rhode Island and Maine, and we’re thrilled (in the spookiest sense of the word) to be working with these guys to bring the brewers beer to Boston this fall. ABOUT CRAFT COLLECTIVE: Craft Collective is an independent craft beer distribution company focused on quality, small, craft producers. We maintain ample refrigeration, a fully, bone-chillingly cold, climate-controlled warehouse, and refrigerated delivery vehicles (and a vintage collection of horror movies). Our people represent our brands with enthusiasm and diligently care for our products. We're honest, accommodating, and committed to helping small craft producers succeed. We primarily work with New England and New York breweries like Fiddlehead, Aeronaut, Prospect Cider, SingleCut, Finback, Idle Hands, Proclamation, and more. You can view our portfolio at www.getcraft.co. When is last call? Brewers will be instructed to stop serving beer 10 minutes before the end of the session. Who will be pouring the beer? At all of our Juicy Brews festivals we work to make sure that a representative from the brewer is on hand to pour beer, answer questions, and goof off. Typically this is the head brewer or founder. Which beers will be served? The beers at the fest are extremely fresh and limited release, so it's hard to predict brewing schedules well in advance. However, we'll release the beer lists in the week leading up to the fest as they become available. Will there be enough beer? We bring enough beer to our festivals that the majority of breweries will be pouring beer for the entire fest. However, due to their popularity, some breweries will kick their kegs before last call, typically within the last 45 minutes. We do our best to avoid this. Other FAQs Is there a map? Yes. You'll receive a layout of the festival upon entering. Will you have merchandise? Absolutely. Our glassware, tekus, shirts, pins, and stickers are designed by London-based Sam Taylor. How do I apply for media passes? Send an email to Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the name of your publication or account and your estimated reach. The Rules Please DO NOT open any cans or bottles during the festival. For legal reasons, they will be confiscated. It's a beer fest and we want everyone to have a good time, but anyone that's visibly intoxicated and acting like a clown will be asked to leave. Tickets are non-refundable and subject to applicable taxes and fees, as well as changes. All sales are final, no exceptions! We look forward to seeing you on October 26th!
When: Oct 26, 2018 7pm in Harvard, MA
Crossing Your Next Threshold Retreat (Boston)
Crossing Your Next Threshold A 3-day, ICF accredited retreat, built on the pioneering work of Dr David Drake, the founder of Narrative Coaching. Learn to make REAL change in REAL time. Whether you are a coach practitioner, use coaching techniques in your work, or just curious about coaching, this retreat is for you if you want to: Free up more energy for what you most want now. Align your personal and professional life to work more as whole person. Have powerful new experiences, instead of collecting more explanations. Tap your inner wisdom to meet a need in the world you care about. What to expect: The retreat is designed around the Narrative Coaching flow and includes coaching with peers, in small groups and by David. We begin by exploring what is true for you now, move through a series of powerful processes to shift your Narrative DNA, and end with an extraordinary experience to set you free to create what matters most to you. It is not about adding more tools to your already overflowing ’toolkit, but about changing your life. The result is not a euphoria that fades quickly, but shifts at an almost cellular level that ripple throughout your life and work for a long time. You will cultivate a deeper trust in yourself and the process as you work on real issues in your life and work. Over the course of 3 days, you will work in a small group led by David (maximum 20), and will be guided through a number of the advanced tools David has developed to accelerate sustainable breakthroughs. Including: How to get to the crux of issues in less time and step into it more truthfully. How to be compassionate and candid to have conversations that matter. How to use what is going on in the ‘field’ around you to support breakthroughs. How to move from procrastination to incubation so you can set yourself free. What we will do: Day 1Exploring your current stories, your aspirations for change, and what you are leaving behind in order to discover what is next for you. Day 2Getting clear about the essential shift(s) you want to make in yourself and your stories, and experimenting within this safe in-between space. Day 3Crossing your threshold to stand in your new story and take the first steps of your new life, and taking time to consolidate what you have achieved. Rather than an escape from life, this retreat is an immersion into life. It is a highly experiential process that culminates in a very powerful process of real change in real time. Ongoing Support: The learning is deepened through the courageous community that forms as peers work closely with each other. As part of your retreat experience, you will also gain access to a membership community and 60 days of structured support materials: Takeaways: As a result of attending this retreat, you will: Release old stories, cross important thresholds and make overdue choices Share meals and build relationships with people on the same journey Join the growing global community as we host retreats around the globe in 2018 Receive 60 days of structured support to sustain your breakthrough Earn 12 ICF Core Competency CCE Units Have David sign your book! — Click here to order it: http://amzn.to/2ioo4MJ Meals & Lodging: Lunch & Tea/Coffee/Snacks are provided on all 3 days Accommodation not included, many options nearby - info coming soon. Learn with the master! The Crossing Your Next Threshold retreat is a product of two decades of scholarship and practice by Dr. David Drake. He is the founder of Narrative Coaching and the author of Narrative Coaching: The Definitive Guide to Bringing New Stories to Life (2017). He has taught his work to over 15,000 people in twenty countries. A master coach, facilitator, and thought leader, David is a Fellow for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard. David has written over 50 publications and used this work in companies like CBA, Dropbox, Google, Logitech, Nike, PwC, and government agencies.David founded the Moment Institute to deepen our understanding of how to foster real change in real time. Its mission is developing integrative practitioners who can work in transformative ways with personal, organizational and social narratives. It is based in the belief that our stories are the source of our suffering and the opening for our liberation.
When: Nov 9, 2018 8:30AM in Harvard, MA