February 25, 2019
Brookline TAB - "Brookline Arts Center to present national juried exhibition"
Amy Archambault in The Brookline Tab
"Artist Amy Archambault’s sculptures, installations and mixed media drawings uncover activations of objects and environments. Erik Grau’s paintings focus on the positive energy associated with the objects he has curated at home to create a quiet stillness and address repetition and order. Howard Hastie uses symbols and shapes to create a vignette of imagery that explores the avenues of a working space and the psychological and spiritual themes to which he has gravitated. In Kelly Hendrickson’s work, the female figure mimics objects, trying and failing to literally become them and serving as a playful way to poke at what it means to be objectified."
January 8, 2018
Brookline TAB - "Brookline Arts Center to hold Snowflake Festival"
"The Snowflake Festival is a free open house event featuring art activities for all ages. There will be hot chocolate, art demonstrations and the reception for Brookline Arts Center’s 2018 Student Exhibition."
February 6, 2017
Brookline TAB - "Brookline Arts Center presenting 'Scenes From Late Capitalism'"
"The New Rural Economy," watercolor and graphite on paper by Nathan Heuer
July 1, 2016
Metro West Daily News - "In Brookline, artists explore the meaning of 'Gravity'"
"The word “gravity” can convey so many different things, including literal interpretations of the word relating to the laws of physics as well as how it links to themes such as anxiety, depth and the human struggle."
December 7, 2015
Boston Globe - "Brookline Arts Center founders mingle at preview party"
Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe – From left: Bunny Duhl, Mim Berliner, and Lauren Riviello
"Local art lovers mingled at a preview party before the Brookline Arts Center’s Artist Marketplace over the weekend. Revelers who enjoyed drinks, eats, and art included the center’s founders, Bunny Duhl and Mim Berliner, and assistant director Lauren Riviello."