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Arthur Wesley Dow: Nearest to the Divine

Addison Gallery of American Art 3 Chapel Ave Phillips Academy, Andover, MA

Drawn almost entirely from the Addison's collection, this exhibition explores the prodigious and multifaceted oeuvre of the Ipswich-born artist, educator, and theoretician, Arthur Wesley Dow. Featuring over 100 works including photographs, prints, drawings, paintings, and ephemera, this exhibition highlights not only the profound beauty of Dow's groundbreaking artistic contributions across media but reveals his radically […]

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“What Next?” Camera Work and 291 Magazine

Addison Gallery of American Art 3 Chapel Ave Phillips Academy, Andover, MA

“What Next?” Camera Work and 291 Magazine (February 26–July 31) brings together photogravures from Alfred Stieglitz's deluxe photography journal Camera Work (1903–1917), as well as avant-garde drawings and visual poems published in 291 magazine (1915–1916).

Andover Mending: Healing & Reslience

Community Windows 68 Main St., Andover, MA

In partnership with the Andover Center for History & Culture, with funding from the Andover Cultural Council  Cazimi, a creative collaborative of artists Emily O'Hara, Molly Foley, and Morgan von Prelle Pecelli, have created a public art installation expressing themes of healing and feminine resilience. This treasure box installation consists of wood, fiber and metal […]

Andover Mending: Healing & Reslience

Community Windows 68 Main St., Andover, MA

In partnership with the Andover Center for History & Culture, with funding from the Andover Cultural Council  Cazimi, a creative collaborative of artists Emily O'Hara, Molly Foley, and Morgan von Prelle Pecelli, have created a public art installation expressing themes of healing and feminine resilience. This treasure box installation consists of wood, fiber and metal […]

Sculpting Self: Student Sculptures Paired with Works by Walker Hancock

cape ann museum 27 Pleasant Ave, Gloucester, MA

Sculpting Self is an inventive program that had eighth graders learning about the renowned work of Cape Ann sculptor Walker Hancock (1901-1998) while creating their own sculptures for an exhibit that will pair the student and master works together. They will be on view at the Museum, 27 Pleasant St., in Gloucester from April 16 […]

Vibrant contemporary work by Judi Rotenberg, well-known Cape Ann painter and gallery owner

cape ann museum 27 Pleasant Ave, Gloucester, MA

In time for spring, the Cape Ann Museum will proudly host an exhibit of the vibrant, large scale works of Judi Rotenberg. Life-long Rockport summer resident and highly-respected gallery owner, Rotenberg has spent 40 years creating vivid, colorful floral still life paintings that capture the fragility and strength of life. Her works will be on […]

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A World Awry

Cultural Center at Rocky Neck 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA

The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck Art Colony is thrilled to present A World Awry, an exhibition featuring the work of eight exciting, early-career artists: Kyle Browne, Gillian Davis, E. Winslow Funaki, Michael Lamarche, Morgan Petitpas, Alex Stroup, William Weygint and Marika Whitaker. Working in an array of media, these artists nonetheless share distinctly off-kilter […]

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Psychomanteum

CultureHouse Salem 32 Derby Square, Salem, MA

Presented by the Salem Art Gallery at The Satanic Temple Salem. Open your mind and enter the Psychomanteum; a unique experiential installation that explores the psyche. Intertwining mythological practices, psychological techniques, and physiological responses, the Psychomanteum allows participants to interact with the specters residing in their conscious and subconscious. Created by Miss Thanatopsis and Nathan […]

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Creatives of Color Boston Blooming Truths Exhibition

CultureHouse Salem 32 Derby Square, Salem, MA

Creatives of Color BOSTON presents our 2022 exhibition, “Blooming Truths”. This project asks the question, "What would the world look like if colonialism never existed, and BIPOC were given the chance to truly blossom?" In our current climate, being BIPOC can sometimes feel like we have to make ourselves smaller just to fit into a […]

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Orysya Rudnyk

CultureHouse Salem 32 Derby Square, Salem, MA

Orysya Rudnyk is a BFA graduate from University of Calgary. She immigrated from Ukraine at the age of fifteen and considers herself bi-cultural. Her art is greatly influenced by her experiences of growing up in Ukraine and immigration. Rudnyk's work focuses on the aesthetic value of art and encouragement of observer-driven narrative. She primarily works […]

Dementia Communication: Using Art and Art History to Connect

Sawyer Free Library 2 Dale Avenue, Gloucester, MA

On Saturday, May 21 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. the Sawyer Free Library will welcome artist, teacher, and author Siobhan McDonald for a presentation on Dementia Communication.  McDonald is passionate about helping seniors with memory loss to connect with loved ones and caregivers through conversation and sharing their personal stories. To conclude the Library’s series, Of Sound […]

Dementia Communication: Using Art and Art History to Connect

Sawyer Free Library 2 Dale Avenue, Gloucester, MA

On Saturday, May 21 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. the Sawyer Free Library will welcome artist, teacher, and author Siobhan McDonald for a presentation on Dementia Communication.  McDonald is passionate about helping seniors with memory loss to connect with loved ones and caregivers through conversation and sharing their personal stories. To conclude the Library’s series, Of Sound […]