Accidents: Photographs by Malcolm Tent at Molten Java, Bethel

"Form Fitting"
© Malcolm Tent
"Accidents," a collection of photographs by Malcolm Tent, will be exhibited at Molten Java, 213 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel opening on Friday, February 3, 2012 and will be on view for the duration of the month. The opening reception starts at 8 pm, and will feature a solo acoustic set of music by Tent. It is Tent's debut solo photography exhibition.

Malcolm Tent is a musician, songwriter, collector, and "punk rocker with a camera". Tent was the longtime owner of the record and collectibles store Trash American Style, now proprietor of Traveling Trash. Tent hosts a weekly radio show on called "Mr. Tent's Wild Ride" every Tuesday from 2 - 4 pm EST on WNHU 88.7 FM.

Shows at Molten Java, Bethel and CityCenter Gallery, Danbury feature Katie Bassett of Bethel

left © Thomas Nackid
right © Katie Bassett
Sculptor and mixed-media artist Katie Bassett's work is currently on exhibit at CityCenter Danbury and Molten Java, Bethel, both in partnership with the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance.

"Local Works", the show at The Upstairs Gallery at Molten Java features the work of Bassett and illustrator Thomas Nackid, and will be on view through February 18, 2012.

There will be an opening reception this Friday, January 27, at Molten Java, from 6 - 8 pm. Molten Java is now located at 213 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel. Article from the Danbury News-Times.

"Deeper than Dark", Bassett's show of mixed media, charcoal drawings, and paintings at CityCenter is on view through February 16, 2012. On February 2 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. there will be an opening reception at CityCenter Danbury, 186 Main St. Article from the Mercurial. The show is part of the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance's Accesible Art Project for 2012.