MANCHESTER, NH — If you haven’t yet found your way to Jupiter Hall, tonight’s the night: Just follow the M.A.P. — that’s music, art and poetry — brought to you from the imaginings of conceptual artist Jason Bagatta.
On Jan. 31, M.A.P. v4 (as in the fourth installment) will take off at the Hanover Street exhibition space with an opening reception from 7-10 p.m. featuring an evening of creative expression through visual works of art, the written word and original music.
Bagatta is a faculty member at New Hampshire Institute of Art whose work extends beyond the boundaries of tradition, informed by all the creative arts.
“My work, as it continues to evolve into abstract narratives, is figurative, sometimes socio-political, and sits within the spiritual and absurd. I make paintings, drawings and small sculptures. Sometimes I write and make videos, as well as interactive works,” says Bagatta.
M.A.P. v4 will showcase local creative talent with live performances and a multi-media interactive exhibition of work submitted by several artists.
Jupiter Hall is located at 89 Hanover St. in Manchester.