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Kensington: Artists’ Space Aims To Provide Unique And Challenging Programming To Community

Kensington: Artists’ Space Aims To Provide Unique And Challenging Programming To Community

Hidden within a corner of the historic Viking Mill in Kensington is an artists’ space that member Terrill Warrenburg said is named for “the post-World War II period in Germany, a time where artists were able to freely expressive themselves and creatively flourish.” “The original founders of Little Berlin wanted to tap into that ‘anything goes’ […]

 

Kensington: Five Places You Need to Know

Kensington: Five Places You Need to Know

Kensington is home to some of the city’s most well-known art galleries and storefronts, from bizarre sculptures, like that of the man pictured above in the PaperMill Community of Artists, to American-made accessories and exhibitions featuring the countries most seasoned artists.                                 […]

 By Marc J. Snitzer and Jenine A. Pilla

Kensington: Little Berlin Highlights ‘Zine’ Culture

Kensington: Little Berlin Highlights ‘Zine’ Culture

Little Berlin, a Kensington collective art space and gallery, is currently in the midst of its June exhibit, “Gone Shadowing.” The focus, according to curator Alex Walcroft, of the exhibit is on performance art, photography, paintings and poetry that  observes “immediate surroundings without giving into the notion of familiarity as an endpoint.” In other words, […]

 By Whitney R. Segel and Stephen M. Rose

Kensington: Little Berlin Provides Art Space

Kensington: Little Berlin Provides Art Space

Little Berlin, hidden in the Viking Mill building located between Boston and Coral streets, is an undefined exhibition art space providing the Kensington neighborhood with a place for creative expression. Housing everything from art exhibitions to benefit concerts and badminton tournaments, Little Berlin puts the historic, 19th century textile-mill building to good use. Little Berlin […]