Events on Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
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Arts League of Lowell
September 18 – November 1.
A juried exhibit of 3D work inspired by the four elements of western culture: EARTH, AIR, FIRE, and WATER, plus the Taoist METAL.
Greetings from Lowell
Now through September 13.
This show features creative 2D postcard-sized work by artists in the region.
Although the gallery is open limited hours due to COVID-19, the entire POSTCARDS exhibition is available on the ALL website:
Purchases can be made online.
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.-Sun. 1-4 p.m.
New Bedford Whaling Museum
Through July, 2021, “In the Neighborhood”
Alison Wells weaves references to layers of New Bedford history, heritage, arts, culture, and industry with her Caribbean culture and sensibilities to convey the essence of the city she loves.
Opening September 3, 2020, “Ripples. Through a Wampanoag Lens”
Elizabeth James Perry takes a look back; a look at the present; and into the future through local, indigenous, contemporary art.
Hours: Sept. – Dec. Wed.-Sun. 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Subject to change. Check website.
Art Center Gallery
September 2020 – May 2021
“Faculty Spotlight: Dyan Gulovsen”
9 September – 2 October2020
“Art & Design FacultyExhibition”
Opens 9 September 5 – 7pm
14 October – 11 December 2020
“John Dunnigan, Fine Art Furniture”
Catalog available date of exhibition
Newport Art Museum
ComplexTerrain(s) (on view through September 27); Private Moments: Photographs fromAnother Era by Bob Colacello (on view through September 27); Andy Warhol: BigShot (on view September 19 – December 20); Call & Response (on view October17 – December 31).
“The Power of Art”
Discover how the power of art can enhance your world.
Powers’ features the artwork of New England’s finest
Artists in a diverse range of styles.
Visit our web-site for updates.
Hours: Tuesday – Friday12:00 to 5:00
Saturday 10:00 to 5:00, closed Sunday and Monday.
Cahoon Museum of American Art
ThroughDecember 22, 2020
“Salley Mavor: Bedtime Stitches”
Through December 22, 2020
“Edward Curtis: Shadow Catcher”
Through December 22, 2020
“Adria Arch: Interference”
On the Museum grounds through December 2020
“Alfred Glover: Garden Grove”
Three Stones Gallery
September 4 – October 14
Pamela Baldwin’s abstract paintings, Ray Ciemny’s metal sculpture, and Catherine Comstock’shand-fashioned gourds and natural icons resonate with a sophisticated tactile energy speaking to art through the ages.
October 16 – November 25
Jonathan Macadam and Jennifer Johnston exhibit paintings and photographs of landmarks and spots hidden and seen in the natural world.
Tues -Sat, 11-6
Attleboro Arts Museum
Visit our website for the museum’s visitor health and safety guidelines.
September 11th – 18th: Scylla – The Ugly Truth Revealed, an exhibition inspired by Madeline Miller’s novel Circe. On view both in-gallery and online. October 6th – November 7th: Benefit Art Auction. The 29th auction is virtual from start to finish this year. Details at attleboroartsmuseum.org.
Sept 15 – Nov 21, 2020: Critical Joy. Sept 15 – Dec 31, 2020
High Contrast: The Charcoal Works of Gordon D. Chase ’66. Visit www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery to view these virtual exhibitions.
Danforth Art Museum
September 19, 2020 –February 28, 2021
“Catherine Smith: A Cabinet of Curiosities”
“Katherine Gulla: Passage”
“Rebecca Hutchinson: Midnight Blooms”
Permanently on view
“In the Studio: Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller”
Check website for hours.
METAL-ITY is a dynamic public art exhibition being held outdoors on the ArtSpace grounds and comprised of 50 mostly metal artworks made by professional artists, art students, and folk artists.
The exhibition is free and open to the public. Please maintain social distancing and observe COVID-19 safety recommendations.
Some Glimpse of Life: Teresa Baker, Carly Glovinski, and Emma Rhodes
July 13–September 12
Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery:
Welcome to the Future, I Hate it Here: Mike Hinson
July 13–September 12
Montserrat and Schlosberg Galleries
From What I Can Remember
September 26–November 6
301 and Frame 301 Galleries
Open Wall / Open Concept //
September 21–December 15
Fitchburg Art Museum
September 26, 2020 – June 6, 2021
The BIG Picture: Giant Photographs and Powerful Portfolios features recent acquisitions to the Fitchburg Art Museum’s growing collection of photography in two categories: very large digital color prints by twenty contemporary artists, and portfolios of multiple related works by André Kertész, Steve Locke, Kenji Nakahashi, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, and BarbaraNorfleet.
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery
October13, 2020 – February 5, 2021
“NewGilded Age” by B. Lynch
Thefictional world of the ‘Reds’ and the ‘Greys’, as imagined and constructed byBoston-based artist B. Lynch, is where a cast of characters play out theirroles on life’s stage as the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’.