Events on Sunday, July 12th, 2020
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6 Bridges Gallery
Through August 22
In the Gallery and online.
Gail Erwin, “Of Trees and Ruins”.
Photo images on translucent silk layered over cyanotypes on paper. When trees overlay ruins they intertwine with nature, creating richly layered, tactile images. Time, age, memory combine in image and process.
Arts League of Lowell
Through September 13
“POSTCARDS: Greetings from Lowell”
This show features creative 2D postcard-sized work by artists in the region. The gallery may be closed due to COVID-19 regulations, but the entire exhibition will be available on the ALL website: Purchases can be made online. Please check our home page for updates.
The ALL Arts Gallery displays work by 30+ artists in our co-op gallery, representing most areas of artistic expression, plus themed exhibitions in our main gallery.
Hours: Wed.—Sat. 12—6 p.m., Sun. 12—4 p.m.
Cross Rip Gallery
Cross Rip Gallery will be reopening for the season, Friday, June 26, and welcoming visitors inside the gallery once again with the its second exhibit of the season: “Songs of Summer.”
We will be re- opening with new safety protocols so that everyone can enjoy the lovely work of our artists in a safe environment. Not only will we be showing our new exhibit online at our website, but we will also have an “Open – air gallery” with artwork displayed outside in the front garden as well as inside in the the front gallery room. New COVID- 19 safety protocols will limit visitors to one person (or two related people) at a time inside the gallery as well as require masks, and hand sanitzer to be used before entry.
“Songs of Summer” exhibit will run through Labor Day and feature the lovely work of Suzanne M. Packer, Kate Nelson, Tom Wilson Jones, Eveline Luppi, Ellen C. Davies, Georgene Riedl, John Howard, Hollis Fortune, Leslie Kramer, Richard Perry, Sally S. Fine, and Alla Zbinovsky.
On-site viewing hours: Thur.-Sun. 1-5 p.m. or by appointment.
Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University
On view, July reopening date TBD.
“Liz Albert: Family Fictions”
Work by Lisa Barthelson, Jenny Carpenter, Jasmine Chen, Kristen Joy Emack, Lee Kilpatrick, Mary Morazzi-Henderson, and Claudia Ruiz-Gustafson.
Coming in September
“Catherine Smith: A Cabinet of Curiosities”
“Katherine Gulla: Passage”
“Rebecca Hutchinson: Midnight Blooms”
Check website for hours.
Cahoon Museum of American Art
Through September 5
“Modern Mix: Selections from the Cape Cod Museum of Art and Cahoon Museum of American Art”.
Through December 22
“Edward Curtis: Shadow Catcher”
“Adria Arch: Interference”
“Alfred Glover: Garden Grove”.
Virtual Exhibition Extended to July 31
“Being & Feeling (Alone, Together)”
Compelling themes include how
we occupy places, as physical,
emotional, and sensing beings,
alone or in community with others.
New Bedford Art Museum/ ArtWorks!
2020 Members’ Exhibition Juried by Dina Deitsch, Curator of Tufts University Art Galleries
“EXCAVATION: Layers of Meaning”
Curated by Catherine Carter, “EXCAVATION” digs into the layers of artworks made by ten Massachusetts artists.View at newbedfordart.org/currentexhibitions/
“She Persisted: Women Artists of New Bedford, 1900-2019”
Female artists from the New Bedford Free Public Library’s collection. View at newbedfordart.org/currentexhibitions
“How to Make Slime”
Eli Brown is a multi-disciplinary artist and organizer exploring the evolution of transness, in humans as well as in other gender-fluid species in the natural world. View at newbedfordart.org/slime
Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute (DATMA)
Through August 1
Presents ‘LIGHT 2020’ in New Bedford, MA
“Vessels” sound and video installation by MASARY Studios light up 3 outdoor buildings along downtown Union Street.
Through September 14
“Photo-kinetic Grid” installation by Soo Sunny Park at Star Store Swain Gallery. Viewable from the street.
Please check website for open status:
Through September 27
“Luster: Realism and Hyperrealism in Contemporary Automobile and Motorcycle Painting.”
Extended: “Fantastic Ruins: Etching by Paranesi.”
Opening August 15
“Chance Encounters: Mixed Media Constructions by Shawn Farley.”
Parking is always free.
Hours: Tue.—Sat. 10 a.m.—5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.—5 p.m.
LexArt Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
LEARN . CREATE . SHARE
Our gallery is currently closed for renovations! Visit our online shows at LexArt.org.
“VISIONS & REFLECTIONS” Annual Photography Show
“TIME & PLACE” Annual Painters Show
Check our website for online classes.
Share your work on our Facebook page.
Commission works by our instructors and members.
Fitchburg Art Museum
Through September 6
“After Spiritualism: Loss and Transcendence in Contemporary Art” offers an occasion to reflect on personal and shared losses through contemporary art. This special group exhibition is inspired by Spiritualism’s and Espiritismo’s aim to connect the living with the dead for comfort, guidance, and enlightenment. Free admission.
Please check website for date of reopening.
Hours: Wed.–Fri. 12–4 p.m., Sat–Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Attleboro Arts Museum
Through July 16
“On the Surface,” the Attleboro Arts Museum’s 2020 national juried online exhibition. View at attleboroartsmuseum.org.
Museum of Russian Icons
Through October 25
“Tradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia”
Over 200 objects recreate the splendor of Easter celebrations during the last days of the Tsars, including eggs and objects by the firm of Fabergé and its competitors and the Russian Imperial Porcelain Manufactory.
Hours: Fri.-Sun. 11 a.m – 5 p.m by reservation.
Through Labor Day
“New Works Summer 2020”
A stunning collection of new arrivals from all our gallery artists. This rotating show features a variety of styles and media including compelling abstracts, sculpture, and realism.
Hours: Tue. – Fri. 12 a.m.- 5 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Closed Sun. – Mon.
The Umbrella Arts Center
Through September 7
Virtual public art exhibition inspired by and in partnership with Minute Man National Historical Park
“One Day I Will Walk Into the Umbrella”
Mixed Media work by Justin P. Douglass
“Discover Your Arts Showcase: Umbrella Families Art Exhibition”
Through November 15
“Go Out Doors”
Public art installation along Concord’s Bruce Freeman Rail Trail.
Newport Art Museum
Through August 16
“paperwork: Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection”
Through August 23
“Somaflora”: Recent work by Maggie Nowinski
Through September 27
“Private Moments: Photographs from Another Era” by Bob Colacello
Providence Art Club
Through July 17
“Conceal/Reveal: An Installation of Creative Masks.” On view in the windows of our Dodge House Gallery, featuring mask art by members of the Providence Art Club.
Beginning July 27
“Conceal/Reveal: An Installation of Creative Masks II.” On view in the windows of our Dodge House Gallery, featuring mask art submitted by nonmembers from throughout the State of Rhode Island.
Exhibition will be visible from interior of the Club may be arranged by appointment with Gallery Manager Michael Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fountain Street Gallery
“Curated Collections” presents a new online exhibition every two weeks.
“Seeking Care.” This group online exhibition will provide a way for us to pause and reflect upon the work of our Associate Artists as they guide us through their own lens of where and how they seek care in difficult times.
Fountain Street recently suffered significant damage due to a major water main break and will remain closed until repairs are complete. Until that time, Fountain Street has moved all exhibitions online and will be posting additional interviews, behind the scenes information, and artist features on our website, blog, Facebook, and Instagram.
Hours: Wed.–Sat. 12–6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m–5 p.m.
Coastal Contemporary Gallery
Through August 2
“TAKING INVENTORY” Summer Salon, Featuring CCGallery
OPENING EVENT: Saturday, July 11 from 5 – 7p.m.
August 4-September 6
“FLUID” Featuring Annie Wildey, Michele Mozzone, Will Kurtz.
OPENING EVENT: Saturday, August 8 from 5-7 p.m.
Check website for updates and hours.
Yale University Art Gallery
The Gallery’s encyclopedic holdings range from ancient times to the present day and represent cultures from around the globe. Current exhibitions extended.
Through October 4
“Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art.”
Through October 25
“Reckoning with ‘The Incident’: John Wilson’s Studies for a Lynching Mural.”
Through November 29
“James Prosek: Art, Artifact, Artifice.”
Please visit the Gallery’s website to confirm dates.
Hours: Tue.- Fri. 10-5 p.m.; Thur. until 8 p.m. (Sept-June Sat.-Sun. 11–5 p.m.)
Through July 18
Laura Fayer, new paintings.
Through July 30
Karine Léger, new painting.,
The month of August will feature a rotating selection of artists from the gallery program.
Fairfield University Art Museum
Virtual Exhibition: “Howard Skrill: Monumental Follies.” View at fairfield.edu/museum/skrill/
This exhibition explores the creation, removal and absence of controversial public monuments in this country.
The Fairfield University Art Museum is temporarily closed. We look forward to connecting with you on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn, and to seeing you back in the galleries when we can reopen. Please see our website for updates.
Project Space: 93 Mathewson St.
“Words & Deeds” Claudia Flynn
AS220 Main Gallery: 115 Empire St.
“Of Color” Group exhibition of work made by Black & Brown artist in New England featuring: Ally Thatcher, Carlos De la Rosa, Norlan Olivio, Oj Slaughter, Shaka Dendy.
Aborn Gallery: 95 Empire St.
“Mother Root” Becci Davis
Resident Gallery: 131 Washington St.
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Multicultural Arts Center
Through August 28
“Historias de Tierra y Mar / Stories of Land and Sea”
In Claudia Ruiz Gustafson’s current exhibit, “Historias de Tierra y Mar/ Stories of Land and Sea,” she pays homage to important parts of her own history through three different series of photographs: “Fragmented Stories (Historias Fragmentadas),” “Poet of the Lake,” and “Maria.” In each series, she explores the paradox of memory and the emotion of loss and how it connects to her being the only person in her family who left her country of origin.
Extended through July
“Adam Bernard: Words are so embarrassing”.
Call for Work:
Droplets: HallSpace Drawing Project. Submission Deadline: August 22. See website for submission details.
October: Kathy Soles
December: Maggie Stark
Gallery Hours: Fri.-Sat. 12-5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. by appointment.
Boston Sculptors Gallery
Through July 19
Open by appointment only. Email to schedule your visit, or enjoy a virtual tour of Andy Zimmermann’s Sailing to the Edge & Ellen Schön’s (Re) Generation.
July 22–September 20
Jodi Colella “Faculty of Utterance”
Dennis Svoronos “Proof of Life”
September 23-November 1
Nora Valdez “Unmoored”
Kirsten Reynolds “The Slightest Shift”
Hours, July 22-August 23: Fri. -Sun. Noon – 6 p.m.
Hours: August 26-September 20: Wed.-Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & YouTube. Schedule subject to change. Check our website for updates.
New Britain Museum of American Art
The New Britain Museum of American Art presents: “2020/20+ Women @ NBMAA,” a year-long series of seven groundbreaking exhibitions devoted exclusively to women artists. Challenging underrepresentation and celebrating diversity, artists featured include Kara Walker, Anni Albers, Shantell Martin, Yoko Ono, Nancy Spero, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Carrie Mae Weems, Jennifer Wen Ma, and more. This initiative, which honors the centenary of women’s suffrage in America, can also be experienced from home with special exhibition walkthroughs available at nbmaa.org/online.
“Women Telling the Palestinian Story.”
An exhibit of over 200 paintings, photographs, sculpture and mixed media artwork by over 50 Palestinian women artists.
Reopens Sunday, July 12
Exhibition Hours: , 1-5 p.m. Following Connecticut pandemic requirements.
Copley Society of Art
Through August 31
“Summer Members Show: Summer Reflections”
Hours: Tue. – Fri. 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Sun. 12- 5 p.m., Sat. and Mon. by appointment
Through August 1
“Silent Presence.” A Members Exhibition featuring: Molly Kaderka, Viera Levitt, Elizabeth Lind, and Roberta Richman.
Wed.- Sat. 3-5 p.m.
Through July 26
Rose Olson, “Rain and Sunshine”
Jamal Thorne, “Fragments and Lost Verses”
July 29-August 23
Kingston Gallery Associates: “Repeat as Needed”
Through August 2
Through August 9
“On the Edge of the World: Masterworks by Laurits Andersen Ring from SMK—the National Gallery of Denmark”
August 8 – October 11
“House on the Hill: The Changing Face of the Bruce Museum”
Through November 29
“Under the Skin”
Hours: Tues.–Sun. 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Advance reservations required for timed ticket entry
New Online Exhibitions
“Color, Pattern, Whimsy, & Scale.” Exploration of Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb’s idiosyncratic, intuitive, and imaginative approach to collecting.
“American Stories” Highlights from the permanent collection in four parts: People, Travel, Home, and Community.
“Painting at Home with Grandma Moses,” Paintings of Anna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses