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The 57 year old artist has now completed four years of work, another large outdoor installation of paintings in Brattleboro. This entire body of work consists of a 100' mural surrounding the base of the Cultural Intrigue building and parking lot located on Flat Street, near Elm St., and also a total of twenty different pattern paintings executed on private and public walls and situated throughout the downtown area of Brattleboro.

BRATTLEBORO >> On Friday, Nov. 6, from 2:30 to 4 p.m., there will be a screening of three films documenting Scot Borofsky's Street-Art created during the early 1980s on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, at the River Garden, Main St., Brattleboro. Each film will be introduced by the artist. who will take questions following the screenings. The films include "King on Throne, " by Phillipe Bounous; "The Harlequin And The Supplicant," by Jeff Perry; and "FA-Q Gets A Haircut" artist/filmaker/gallerist Jim C.

During Gallery Walk there will be a reception at the Latchis Theater Art Gallery, 50 Main St., and a multi-media installation of paintings, photographs and films. Works on paper used for creating downtown outdoor artworks will be offered for sale in silent auction. The Barber Building Lobby, at 68 Main St, will be open during the Gallery Walk for public viewing of murals and restoration done there by Borofsky.

On Saturday, Nov. 7, at 1 p.m. there will be a reception in the parking area of the Cultural Intrigue building located at 35 Frost St. to celebrate the completion of Scot Borofsky;s "New England Mitla," a series of paintings surrounding the base of the large building and parking area. The public is invited to view the collection. Public is invited to bring a drum and something to sit on to participate in the open drum circle from 2 p.m. until dark.

On Sunday Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m Scot Borofsky's studio, on the second floor of the Cotton Mill Hill, Studio #226A will be opened to the public. Call 802-579-2507, for questions.

All events are free, donations accepted to benefit down-town art in Brattleboro.