What to see this week: Not-to-miss gallery shows

(And yes, galleries are free.)

•  “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” at the Carver Museum. New work by Deborah Roberts, Christina Coleman, James Maurelle and Nydia Blas. On Saturday at 2 p.m. Coleman and Roberts give a free artist’s talk.

"Resanaw with a Baseball Bat," Nydia Blas, from the exhibit "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" at the Carver Museum.

“Resanaw with a Baseball Bat,” Nydia Blas, from the exhibit “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” at the Carver Museum.

 

•  “The Captain Asked for a Show of Hands” at Grayduck Gallery With whimsy and a touch melancholy, W. Tucker charts the human condition.

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W. Tucker at Grayduck Gallery

 

“The First Horizons of Juno” at Mass Gallery. An homage to feminist science fiction with work by Christina Coleman, Jane Hugentober, Candice Lin, Karen Lofgren, Christine Rebet, Alice Wang and Chantal Wnuk.

Alica Wang, "Untitled," 24K gold gilded on 300 million years old crinoid fossils

Alica Wang, “Untitled,” 24K gold gilded on 300 million years old crinoid fossils

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•  “Plastic Planet” at Women & Their Work: Calder Kamin crafts cute animals — and eco messages — out of plastic.

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Calder Kamin’s “Plastic Planet” is at Women & Their Work.

 

 


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