For the month of May MEME has invited artists to open a store for one to three days. They were invited to interpret the word store however they liked.
$tore (stôr, str)
1. A place where merchandise is offered for sale; a shop.
2. A stock or supply reserved for future use: a squirrel's store of acorns.
3. Supplies, especially of food, clothing, or arms.
4. A place where commodities are kept; a warehouse or storehouse.
5. A great quantity or number; an abundance.
$tore $how May 2, 2010
H & L restoration services
"The antidote to everyday life"
OPENSunday, May 2: 12pm-8pm
(Siesta from 3:30-4)
by: Heather Kapplow and Liz Nofziger
$tore $how May 5 2010
MAGICKWINDOWS 2 "Testing your Personal Settings through Chaos Simulation"
OPENWednesday, May 5: 11am-11pm
by: Vlad Kromatika
$tore $how May 8, 2010
A group art show curated by Courtney Moy
Each artist will receive a dime bag, a 3" x3" Ziploc-style bag in which to create their work. This is open to all artists and mediums. MEME Gallery in Central Square, Cambridge will host a one-night exhibition of the work for sale on May 8, 2010 as part of the Store Show series.
OPEN Saturday, May 8
Viewing hours: 12pm - 6PM
Reception with artists and work for sale: 7pm - 9PM
OPEN Friday, May 14: 12-8pm
by: The WRMC Collaborative (Andrew Y. Ames and Alexia Mellor)
$tore $how May 16-18, 2010
We usually refer to this kind of space as a junk store, souvenir shop, antique market, trash pile, or knickknack shelf.
POST//TRADING invites you to come interact with our wares and leave with a piece of history.
Sunday, May 16: GRAND OPENING 4-9pm
Monday, May 17: 1-7pm
Tuesday, May 18: 1-4pm
by: Taylor McVay
$tore $how May 20, 2010
RAINBOW BOMB "An choose-your-own-adventure glamor photo shoot."
Created by Melanie Bernier, Ryan Riehle, and Blair Waters.
Thursday, May 20th: 4pm to midnight
Gallery Reception of photographs & closing party:
Friday, May 21: 6pm to 9pm