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  • Reap the Benefits: 35th Annual Reunion Weekend at Real Art Ways in Hartford

    Reap the Benefits:  35th Annual Reunion Weekend at Real Art Ways in Hartford
    The embarrassment of artistic riches this weekend at Real Art Ways is, well, embarrassing. Start at Creative Cocktail Hour on Thursday, which also acts as the opening receptions for the Poster Boy exhibit (pictured) and Ephemeroom, an exhibition created...
  • Poster Boy: Street Alchemy 2.0 at Real Art Ways on Oct. 20

    Poster Boy: Street Alchemy 2.0 at Real Art Ways on Oct. 20
    Poster Boy, the adopted name of a group of underground Brooklyn, N.Y. artists who repurpose advertisements into satirical street-art collages, is a misnomer on a couple of levels. First, the obvious: Poster Boy is a collective, not an individual, with...
  • Nosferatu w/ The Alloy Orchestra at Real Art Ways in Hartford Oct. 29

    Nosferatu w/ The Alloy Orchestra at Real Art Ways in Hartford Oct. 29
    When F. W. Murnaus' silent classic, Nosferatu, premiered in 1921, it shocked audiences with its horrifying vision of good and evil. Ninety years later, this very first vampire film still has the power to spook. The three-piece Alloy Orchestra will be...
  • Insane Clown Posse: The Last Circus at Real Art Ways in Hartford

    Insane Clown Posse:  The Last Circus at Real Art Ways in Hartford
    Spanish filmmaker Álex de la Iglesia' The Last Circus is a twisted little flick. Javier — the son of a former Happy Clown who was forced to become a brutal killer during the Spanish Civil War — isn't quite as funny as dear old dad, but that...
  • 'Hidden Treasures,' 'Farmageddon' and 'Color Me Impressed' Playing Locally

    'Hidden Treasures,' 'Farmageddon' and 'Color Me Impressed' Playing Locally
    Hidden Treasures is a film that showcases some of the treasures within the national treasure that is the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Alexandra Isles, the maker of the film, together with Yale Kneeland, a former Objects Curator at the Met,...
  • Bated Breath's "Hunger" Gets Next-Level With Audience Participation (and Cream Puffs!)

    Bated Breath's "Hunger" Gets Next-Level With Audience Participation (and Cream Puffs!)
    Hunger Sept. 16-Oct. 2, Bated Breath Theatre Company, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor Street, Hartford, (860) 232-1006, ext. 222, realartways.org It's a heady recipe that the local professional theater company Bated Breath has cooked up and will be serving to...
  • Let's Go Crazy! Real Art Ways to host live Purple Rain sing-a-long on Nov. 12

    Let's Go Crazy! Real Art Ways to host live Purple Rain sing-a-long on Nov. 12
    As Charlie Murphy said on the Chappelle Show, the Great Purple One could ball (he was referring to his moves on the basketball court). Prince ruled the airwaves in 1984 with Purple Rain, the killer soundtrack to a lousy movie that has aged poorly into one...
  • Making "Of Lamb" at Real Art Ways in Hartford through Dec. 11

    Making "Of Lamb" at Real Art Ways in Hartford through Dec. 11
    To create "Of Lamb," an over-the-top remake of the famous nursery rhyme, poet Matthea Harvey took 19th-century British thinker Charles Lamb's biography and started randomly whiting out words, leaving short, Zen-like snippets, to which artist Amy Jean...
  • A New Documentary on Fishbone Makes the Case for Punk-Funk

    A New Documentary on Fishbone Makes the Case for Punk-Funk
    Everyday Sunshine:   The Story of Fishbone   Opens Nov. 11, Real Art Ways Cinema, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, realartways.org; Sunday, Nov 13 at 7 p.m. (one night only), Mystic Independent Theater, 107 Wilcox Road, Stonington, mysticindietheater.com; ...
  • Shows You Don't Want To Miss Near Hartford This Week

    Shows You Don't Want To Miss Near Hartford This Week
    Thursday: Jedi Mind Tricks, $15-$18. 9 p.m. Pearl Street Nightclub, Northampton; Stephen Haynes and Joe Morris, 7 p.m. Real Art Ways, Hartford; Rustoes Presents American Graffiti Rap Showcase, Sullys Pub, Hartford Friday: Al Jarreau in Concert, $10-$55....
  • The best thing about the new Fishbone documentary is obvious

    The best thing about the new Fishbone documentary is obvious
    Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone Open Nov. 11, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford; Q&A with filmmakers opening weekend; and one night only at these cinemas: 7 p.m. Nov. 13, Mystic Independent Theater, 107 Wilcox Road, Stonington; post-...