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1245 Worcester St
Natick, MA, 01760
United States

617-835-8888

Uni-T offers hand-printed eco-friendly bamboo t-shirts & organic clothing with original art & inspirational messages. We're an affordable art gallery & unique gift shop by local artists in the Natick Mall, Boston MA.

Events


Sounds of Saturday
Jul
23
3:00 PM15:00

Sounds of Saturday

Experience the Sounds of Saturday at Uni-T! ‪‎

S.o.S‬ will feature three 15-minute live ‪‎musical performers‬, sure to spark the senses and start your weekend off on the right (tapping) foot!

Our featured performers

Sean, Grhimm Xavier & Jeszar King

Would you like to share your talent with us?

  • Uni-T is looking for talented, passionate and creative musicians and poets to perform in the store!!!

  • Number of Performers : 3

  • Length : 15-20 minutes

  • Performance should be family friendly and non-offensive

  • Once accepted, you will be scheduled to the next available dates.

  • Audition is mandatory for all performers, live or video clips. We are not judging your talent but performance should fit into our overall business style. 

  • Please submit the form below, and we will send you a invitation to schedule an audition. Or, send your video to eujin@shopuni-T.com

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Charm Bar Event
Dec
12
1:00 PM13:00

Charm Bar Event


Charm Bar Event with Lisa Trachtman

Tonight you are the designer! Choose from over 200 charms to create a bangle bracelet or charm necklace. This is a great opportunity to create a unique gift for anyone on your list. 
During the trunk show, we are offering a BUY 2 GET 1 FREE special!

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'White Wings" Kinetic Sculpture by David Lang
Nov
6
to Jan 1

'White Wings" Kinetic Sculpture by David Lang

David Lang builds interactive kinetic sculpture that is narrative in nature.  It is both whimsical and serious, graceful and awkward, understated and at the same time conspicuously complex.

 

The work is, by and large, gas welded from steel wire, rods, fabricated into something often resembling vehicles, portrayed on very delicate wheels, some large and some quite small.  The wheels themselves represent the passage of time. Motion and movements are very subtle and elegant. Everything interacts smoothly, if not by very small margins and the work is slow and understated.

 

The work seems to give the impression that the rules are often in flux, but if you observe for long enough and allow yourself to become drawn in, everything comes into alignment.  There is a balancing point between the machine and the observer, who in fact becomes an active participant in its existence.

 

David A. Lang

 

 

 

 

 

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"Create More", a Handful of Inspired Collaboration
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

"Create More", a Handful of Inspired Collaboration

Please join us for

a Handful of Inspired Collaboration 

M. Steinert & Sons

Live music, objects d'art, handmade treasures by local artists, and fine home furnishings

Wine & light refreshments with piano performance by:

Philip Wesley, Joseph Akins, Michele McLaughlin

Please RSVP here

Collaboration by

M. Steinert & Sons, Trefler's, Landry & Arcari, Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams and Uni-T

"Creativity is contagious, pass it on..."

- Albert Einstein

 

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Window Installation by Christina Zwart
Jul
23
to Sep 30

Window Installation by Christina Zwart

CHRISTINA ZWART

Zwart is an artist who lives and works in Wayland, MA, where she creates work that challenges people’s perceptions of reality. What often appears to be one thing from afar is, upon closer inspection, something else entirely. She takes items that have been constructed for specific purposes and transforms them into something that has nothing to do with their intended use. She works with materials as simple and easily-recognizable as flour and snow, or harder-to-find items like horseshoe crabs and plaster teeth models, giving solitary objects new life as she multiplies them to yield an overall piece. Some of her work is simply abstract, but much of it serves as social commentary, blurring the lines between organic and manufactured, humorous and disturbing.

www.zwARTinstallations.com

www.bostonsculptors.com 

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Connor Street Concert - "Tolerate to Celebrate"
Apr
11
2:00 PM14:00

Connor Street Concert - "Tolerate to Celebrate"

Join our FREE CONCERT and benefit the NATICK HIGH SCHOOL GSA!

Tolerate to Celebrate is a movement led by the Natick High School GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance), a group seeking to change the worldwide conversation from tolerating our differences to celebrating them. Be part of this amazing event where music, art and education meet in one place, to promote a hopeful future for the American teens! 

Connor Street is currently writing and recording his album, and - of course - keeping up with his many YouTube fans. Connor has created a family-type fan base, known as Team Connor. Team Connor stands for equality, tolerance, kindness, and pushing individuals to strive for their own dreams. Click here to view Connor's music video

How do you support?

1. Order "Tolerate to Celebrate" on our Bamboo & Organic Cotton T-shirt, and we will make a $5.00 donation to the Natick High GSA. We think that the more people who wear them, the more chance we have to spread this philosophy to teens, which is why Uni-T is offering a significant price break on this tee. It's a great opportunity to own our most beloved luxurious T-shirt at an affordable price! Pre-order today in your favorite color so that it will be ready at the concert. T-shirts are available in Slim Cut or Traditional Cut

****You can choose "store pick up" at the checkout to avoid shipping charge*****

2. Your presence at the concert will show your support tremendously. Pick up your T-shirt and enjoy the show!

 

 

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Spring installation - "Flower Power" by Virginia Fitzgerald
Apr
1
to Jul 22

Spring installation - "Flower Power" by Virginia Fitzgerald


Virginia Fitzgerald is a mixed media artist who works in sculpture, installation, fiber arts, painting, photography and collage. Her studio is in Natick, MA where she also lives with her two daughters in a house full of love and creativity.

She was born in Chicago, IL where she was introduced to the colors and freedom of the Impressionists at the Art Institute of Chicago at an early age. She received her BFA from Kenyon College in Gambier, OH, where she concentrated in printmaking and soft sculpture/fiber arts. After graduation she lived in Los Angeles, CA where she worked in a quilt shop and started one of her businesses, The Yellow Garage, which featured her hand painted clothing. For many years she moved around living in Chicago, IL; The Netherlands and New York, NY before settling in the Boston area. During her nomadic years she studied Art at such institutions as the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the School of Visual Arts, NY, NY.  

When she first moved to Boston she continued her freelance illustration business, however soon after attending a painting class at the Danforth Museum’s School of Art, her energies were focused back on her studio work. First she concentrated on acrylic painting, successfully exhibiting in local galleries. Then in 2006, her work exploded into photography, site-specific installations and sculpture, when she discovered the iconic image of the dress. 

Currently she is working on three significant bodies of work, ‘The Dress Project’, her ‘Creatures’ and her ‘line paintings’. Her work can be found in many private collections throughout the country and in corporate collections. In 2011 she was an artist in residence at the Dana Hall School in Wellesley, MA, attended the Vermont Studio Center and received the Puffin Foundation Grant. This year she has been commissioned to create a community participatory installation for National Poetry Month for the Attleboro Public Library. 
 

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Karen Meninno Holiday Installation
Dec
1
to Jan 4

Karen Meninno Holiday Installation

Karen Meninno, Boston sculptor, presents her Public Art installation at Uni-T, "Holiday", at 1245 Worcester Street #4048 Natick MA. The installation will be on view from December 1 to January 1.

Karen was born in New Delhi, India and raised in London, UK. She became an American citizen and graduated with distinction, from MassArt with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture. Her fine art sculptures and drawings have been exhibited for the last ten years in area galleries and museums. For the holiday season this year, a non-traditional art installation in hot colors of pink, turquoise, orange and gold decorate Uni-T windows. 
Karen makes ethnic and vintage style jewelry, abstract art and bold designs. Her inspirations are color, India, ornament, textiles, interior design, fashion and jewelry design, fine art.
For custom art installations contact karenmeninno@gmail.com.
 

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