A Cryptozoology Group Show
Featurng Artwork By: Alyssa Winans, David Boghdan, Anne Szabla, Casey Carbonneau, Clarke Nordhauser, Colby Grenier, Dare Matheson, David Hotniansky, Dawn Rivers, Don Pan, Gianna Ruggiero, James Ball, Jamie McKiernan, Jason Arnone, Jed Wahl, Jeff Hesser, Josie Doggett, Kelly Scott, Kristin Palach, Lauren Saint Onge, Matt Gilpin, Matt Moore, Nathan Wright, Peter MacDonald, Ryan Lesser, Shawn Witt, Skye Murrill, Tony Astone, Luke Boggia, Matt Perlot, Ami DeLullo, David Goodrich, Mitch Fletcher, Noah Berkley, Chris Hartelius, David Battilana, & Andy Bouchard
Opening Friday Sept 27th through Oct 4th
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Grab your camera but keep your distance – video game artists from Harmonix are bringing “Sightings: A Cryptozoology-themed Art Show” to The Fourth Wall Project in Boston on Friday, September 27th.
Following last year’s successful show “Old School,” this year’s gallery opening features new works from the artists responsible for the blockbuster video game franchises Rock Band and Dance Central, as well as the upcoming Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved. “Sightings” will grant attendees a rare chance to view these elusive artists in their native habitat and will showcase their work in a variety of media.
Inspired by subjects from the Loch Ness monster and chupacabra to the bunyip and Hoan Kiem Turtle, the previously unreleased art appearing in “Sightings” explores the realm of the pseudoscientific.
Like its subject, art appearing in “Sightings” may be hard to capture — it will be available for purchase on a first come, first serve basis. The gallery opens in celebratory fashion with a reception on Friday, September 27th from 6-11 PM at The Fourth Wall Project, 132 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA. The show is sponsored by the Notch Brewing Company of Ipswich, MA and runs from September 27th through October 4th
“Sightings” is presented by Harmonix Music Systems, creators of the multi-million unit-selling Rock Band and Dance Central franchises. Harmonix is located in the heart of Central Square, Cambridge, where visitors are more likely to encounter a Bigfoot than a sober Dunkin’ Donuts patron. www.harmonixmusic.com
“Games are art. Rock Band and its history prove it.” – Penny Arcade