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Arts League of Lowell
March 5-April 25
“My Favorite Place:”Real or imaginary, favorite placescan be dramatic, noisy, restful, calm,or even frantic. Many types of mediaare represented, including 2D and 3Dwork. The gallery is open for limitedhours due to COVID-19. Pleasecheck our website for updates. TheALL Arts Gallery displays work by30+ artists in our co-op gallery,representing many areas of artisticexpression, plus themed exhibitionsin our main gallery.
Hours: Wed. – Sun., 1-4 p.m.
New Bedford Whaling Museum
“A City for the Arts: Masterworksof Greater New Bedford.”Showcasing the Greater NewBedford region’s artisticheritage and vibrant artscommunity, the exhibitionbrings together stunningmasterworks from the WhalingMuseum’s collections, artworksfrom private collections, and recently acquired pieces bycontemporary local artists.
Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 10 a.m .–4p.m. Subject to change. Checkwebsite.
Art Center Gallery at Anna Maria College
“Faculty Spotlight: Dyan Gulovsen”
Through March 12
“27th Annual Secondary SchoolExhibition“ check annamaria.edufor Virtual Exhibition
February 10–April 16
“Christina Pitsch, InstallationWorks”
Reception: Wednesday, February10, 5–7 p.m.
April 28-May 7
“Senior Exhibition 1”
May 12-May 21
“Senior Exhibition 2”
Contact David Wackell: email@example.com
Gallery Director DarrellMatsumoto: firstname.lastname@example.org
Burlington City Arts
Through May 15
“Meg Lipke: In the Making” features the New York artist’s colorful, shaped paintings that are cut, dyed, sewn, and stuffed, pushing the boundaries of contemporary abstraction. Exploring memory, childhood, and spirituality, “Pivotal Moments: Select Works by Diane Gabriel” presents a selection of works on paper by this celebrated Vermont artist.
Hours: Wed.-Sat., 12-5 p.m.
Attleboro Arts Museum
“Back to Nature,” a naturethemed exhibition in themuseum’s Ottmar Gallery withselections appearing online.
April 6–May 1
“By Hand: Illuminating theBond Between Artist andMaterial.” Invited artists examinethe presentation, use andappreciation of the precious tothe repurposed.
Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University
March 20–September 12
“Lori Schouela: SuspendedLandscapes”“Wonderscape” featuring work byAdria Arch, Dana Filibert, NancyHayes, Alyssa Minahan, and NeilWilkins.
Permanently on view:
“In the Studio: Meta Vaux WarrickFuller.”
See website for hours, to registerfor timed tickets and virtualprogramming, and exploremembership options.
Coming this spring:
Originalartwork by ArtSpace’s Board ofDirectors, Staff, and 2020 Artist-in-Residence Jennifer Maestre.ArtSpace’s new downtown gallerywill host this first-ever exhibitfeaturing its team members,along with a retrospective ofJennifer Maestre’s residency.
To learn about more ArtSpaceactivities, read the latestnewsletter at: https://bit.ly/3qogmU1.
Fitchburg Art Museum
Through June 6
“The BIG Picture: Giant Photographsand Powerful Portfolios” featuresrecent acquisitions to the FitchburgArt Museum’s growing collection ofphotography in two categories: verylarge digital color prints by twentycontemporary artists, and portfoliosof multiple related works by André Kertész, Steve Locke, Kenji Nakahashi,Ruben Natal-San Miguel, and BarbaraNorfleet.
Visit fitchburgartmuseum.org for our current opening status andto explore exhibition highlights in ourvirtual tour.
Hours: Wed.–Fri., 12–4 p.m.Sat.–Sun., 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross
March 4–April 11
“Kevork Mourad: Memory Gates”Using his signature style ofspontaneous drawing andprintmaking techniques, Syrianartist Kevork Mourad will createthe site-specific immersiveinstallation Memory Gates duringa residency at the Cantor ArtGallery in February. The work,imagined as a series of doorsand passageways that visitorscan pass through, will explorethemes of cultural plurality andcollective memory.
Co-sponsoredby the Cantor Art Gallery andArts Transcending Borders.
Off campus visits by appointment,please email@example.com
Addison Gallery of American Art
Through March 7
“Currents/Crosscurrents: AmericanArt 1850–1950”
Through April 4
“Yoko Ono: Mend Piece”“Aphrodite Désirée Navab:Landmines of Memory”Through
“Robert Frank: The Americans”
April 11-July 31
“Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things inThings”
Hours: Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m.;Sun. 1–5 p.m.
Cahoon Museum of American Art
March 18–May 29
“Scott Prior: Illuminations”
March 18–April 17
April 22–June 5
“Jackie deRuyter/ Kate Nelson: ShapeShifters”
March 18–December 22
“In the Studio with the Cahoons”On the Museum grounds:“Konstantin Dimopoulos: The Blue Trees” Sarah Peters, “Botanical FaintingCouch”
Hours: Thurs.–Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m
Augusta Savage Gallery at UMass Amherst
Online Digital Exhibitions
March 23–April 20
“Carolyn Mae Lassiter: A JourneyThrough My Heart & Mind”Vibrant and uniquely executedpaintings and drawings are inspired bydreams, spirituality, life in the country,family, and animals.
“JuPong Lin: Poetics of Repair – BeingEarth, Being Water”“Poetics of Repair” is a participatoryinstallation of poetry and papercranes and canoes, concocting amedicine of decolonial love to mendour ravaged world.
April 23–May 5
“Celebrating Brett – A Life in Art”“Pen and paper kept my child companywhile I worked in the theater. Armedwith colorful markers and stacks ofwhite paper, Brettney drew delightfulpictures of cats.” -Priscilla Page
6 Bridges Gallery
Through March 27
“Anthropause,” Five artistsexplore how their connectionswith nature have shifted inresponse to the pandemic’sinterruptions.
April 8–May 29
“Rest & Reflect”, photographsby Sue Kim Lucchini offeringpeaceful landscapes as safespaces for meditation andgrounding as we navigate this moment in time.
Southern Vermont Arts Center
Through March 28
Yester House“Unmasked: Artful Responses tothe Pandemic”April 3–June 6:“All Member Exhibition: Spring/Summer 2021”
Hours: Wed.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.;Sun. 12-4 p.m.
LexArt: Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
March 14-April 4
“The Chemistry of FiberLab” artscollective group exhibit curatedby award-winning fiber artistJodi Collela in LexArt’s newlyrenovated Molly Harding NyeGallery. Exceptional pieces byover 16 artists investigate theprocesses used in mixed media2D, 3D, painting, printmaking,needle arts, surface design,dyeing and more.
Hampden Gallery UMass Amherst
Through May 14
“CURRENT | UNDERCURRENT”Co-curated by Linda Griggs andM. Charlene Stevens. A visualconversation relating to currentevents such as COVID-19, gender (LGBTQIA+, masculinity), racialjustice (Black Lives Matter), andclimate change.“Alicia Renadette: EnergyConstellation” Alicia Renadette is a multidisciplinary artist whose workcovers a range of approaches- fromsculpture/installation, to costume construction/performance, andmixed-media drawings.“Bruce Ackerson: Birds-Eye Views”Ackerson’s paintings aredistinguished by their high vantagepoints and richly textured surfaces.
Fuller Craft Museum
The Fuller Craft Museum reopens tothe public on March 2.
Through September 19“Michelle Samour: Mapping Bordersand Boundaries.”
Through November 7“American Clay: Modern Potters,Traditional Pots.”
Hours: Tues.–Sun., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Temporarily closed. Visit virtually.
New Online Exhibition “Pattern& Purpose: American Quiltsfrom Shelburne Museum.” Bindstwenty masterpieces spanningtwo centuries, and exploresobjects that expand our sense ofwhat art can be.
The Art Complex Museum
The Board of Trustees of The ArtComplex Museum have decidedto close the museum until June,2021, or until such later time as theTrustees determine the museum canbe reopened safely. This was donedue to the impact of COVID-19 andconcerns about the safety of visitors,volunteers and staff.
Montserrat College of Art Galleries
Through March 6
“NEXT NOW: Montserrat FacultyBiennial”
March 15-April 25
“Senior Thesis Exhibitions”
March 6-April 12
Schlosberg Gallery:“Graphic Design Exhibition”
“Senior Thesis Exhibitions”
March 6-April 2
301 and Frame 301 Galleries:“Sculpture Exhibition”
April 10-May 15
“Senior Thesis Exhibitions”
Ongoing free outdoor exhibitionsPATHWAYS: Public Art on theMinuteman Bikeway (near SpyPond Park) including “Persistence,”Michelle Lougee’s collaborativesculpture crocheted from plasticbags; “Colony,” Chris Frost;“ExtraOrdinary Birds,” ResaBlatman. “Arboreal Attire” LeslieWilcox sculpture hosted by historicJason Russell House. “Go Out Doors– Neighbors,”Adria Arch, LaurieBogdan, Jason Rudokas (ArlingtonCenter and points west)
The Umbrella Arts Center
Through April 26
Earth Month Exhibition“Change is in the Air”
Online and by appointment
Through May 16
“The Umbrella ArtFest: The ArtAuction.”
April 24-May 16
“Change is in the Air”: Public Art Walk,various locations.
Atlantic Works Gallery
Through March 27
“SATURATION,” Atlantic Worksmembers’ show dedicated to thejoys of intense and vibrant color.
“Sensations of Soaring,” Newwork by Marjorie Kaye andChristine Palamidessi. Seewww.atlanticworks.org forannouncements of receptionsand events. Masks mandatory forgallery entry.
Hours: Fri.-Sat., 2-6 p.m. or byappointment.
Yale University Art Gallery
The Gallery’s encyclopedic holdingsrange from ancient times to thepresent day and represent culturesfrom around the globe.
OpeningSeptember 10“On the Basis of Art: 150 Years ofWomen at Yale.”
Please visit the Gallery’s website forreopening information.
“Susan Greer Emmerson:Unraveling.”“Krystle Brown: 15,000 Days.”“Stacey Cushner: Efflorescence.”
Opening reception: March 5, 2021,5 – 8 p.m.
March 31-May 2
“Ilona Anderson: Flying Without aParachute.”“Kledia Spiro: Too (Un)familiar?”“Nat Martin: All is Well.”
Opening reception: April 5,5-8 p.m.
Hours: Wed. – Sun., 12 – 5 p.m
Providence Art Club
March 7-March 26
Maxwell Mays Gallery:Richard Kattman and Eveline Luppi:“Perspectives”Castelnovo Gallery:Susan Hardy: “Repurpose-Renew”Dodge House Gallery:“Members’ Miniatures”
March 28 – April 16
Maxwell Mays Gallery:“Society of American Graphic Artists”Dodge House Gallery:“Boston Printmakers”
April 18 – May 7
Maxwell Mays Gallery:“Community Invitational”Castelnovo Gallery: Alice Miles andBT RobinsonDodge House Gallery:Nancy Hart: “Winterlude”
Hours are weekdays 12 – 4 p.m. andany other time by appointment.
(401) 331-1114 ext. 5
Newport Art Museum
Through June 6
“Donna Ferrato: Selectionsfrom ‘Living with the Enemy,’”curators Dr. Francine Weiss andMegan Horn showcase the workof documentary photographer,Donna Ferrato. Her work captures the individual strength of the womenshe comes to know while confrontingviewers with the realities of domesticviolence and its far-reachingimpacts. The Newport Art Museumrecently received a generous giftof photographs by Ferrato for itspermanent collection. This exhibitionfeatures a selection of thesephotographs
Fairfield University Art Museum
Virtual Exhibitions andProgramming:
“Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to Great Auks”https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/birdsofthenortheast/ This exhibition exploresenvironmental issues through avianart from the early 19th centurythrough the present day.
“By Design: Theater and Fashion inthe Photography of Lalla Essaydi”https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/lallaessaydi/ This exhibition provides a uniqueopportunity to appreciate Essaydi’sMoroccan-inspired fashion senseand theatrical skills.
“Howard Skrill: Monumental Follies”https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/skrill/This exhibition explores thecreation, removal and absence ofcontroversial public monumentsin this country.
For information onmuseum virtual programs visit:https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/programs/index.html
Hours: Closed to the public for in-person visits until further notice.
March 6 – April 3
“Kali Yuga” by Jason Smith &“Remnants” by Sarah Swift.“Kali Yuga,” a Sanskrit term meaning,discord, quarrel and contention, isfitting for our timeline of colonialismand the dark energy consuming ourplanet. “Remnants” explores “whatgets left behind” within cycles of life,both physical and emotional.
Hours: Wed. – Fri., 1 – 5 p.m.; Sat. 1 – 4p.m
Hess Gallery at Pine Manor
The Hess Gallery presents its firstever online Young FilmmakersFilm Festival. The documentary“Growing People” tells the storyof three sisters who combatfood insecurity while gaining aneducation working on an organicfarm. Directed by Dana Forsberg.
Visit the Hess webpage for viewinginformation. The physical galleryis closed: view online http://www.pmc.edu/hess-gallery
New Britain Museum of American Art
Through May 23
Presents Helen FrankenthalerLate Works, 1990-2003. The firstmuseum presentation dedicatedto the exploration of works fromHelen Frankenthaler’s late life,the exhibition features 22 workson paper dating from 1990-2003.
Stay connected with the NBMAA.Engage with our permanentcollection and special exhibitionsthrough our digital galleries oneMuseum, as well as a series ofinformative lectures and guides.
The SoWA Artists Guild
First Friday has resumed at theSoWa Artists Guild, 450 HarrisonAve, Boston.
Many studios will beopen Friday, March 5, 5 – 9 p.m. andFriday, April 2, 5 – 9 p.m.
SecondSunday is also back at SoWa ArtistsGuild, 450 Harrison Ave, Boston.
March 14 and April 11, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.“Layered Time: David Lloyd Brown,”at Spoke Gallery @Medicine WheelProductions, 800 Summer Street, SouthBoston, February 1 t- March 20.
ByAppointment: to make an appointment,email: Info@mwponline.org.
Museum of Russian Icons
The Museum of Russian Icons isreopening on March 5.
Through September 26“PAINTED POETRY: ALEXANDERGASSEL, A RETROSPECTIVE.”Blending the avant-garde withtraditional Russian iconography,Russian-born, American artist,Alexander Gassel creates vividpaintings that reflect his culturalheritage alongside his lifeexperience in America.
Hours: Fri.-Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. byappointment.
Closed Mon. – Thur.
Through May 23
“‘She Sweeps with Many-ColoredBrooms’: Paintings and Prints byEmily Mason,”“Fun / No Fun: Children’s Book Artby James Stevenson,“
Hours: Tues. – Sun., 9:30 a.m. – 5p.m. Advance reservationsrequired for timed ticket entry
One admission: five museums,including the Amazing World of Dr.Seuss Museum.
Through April 4“The Outwin: American PortraitureToday,” direct from Smithsonian’sNational Gallery.
Through May 2“This Is Us: Regional PortraitureToday.”
Parking is always free.
Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m-5 p.m.;Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Boston Sculptors Gallery
Through March 28
Michelle Lougee “Once”Laura Evans “Hold in/Pour forth.”
First Friday Reception, March 5,5:30–8:30 p.m. with ArtistTalks on the half hour beginningat 6:30 p.m.
Opening March 31Christopher Frost “Non-Pastoral”Adria Arch “Murmurations.”
First Friday, April 2, 5:30–8:30 p.m.with Artist Talks on the half hourbeginning at 6:30 p.m..
ClosingReception, Saturday,May 1, 2–5 p.m.
Hours: Wed.-Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m
University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass Amherst
Through April 2021
“Mirror Mirror: The Prints of AlisonSaar.” From the Collections ofJordan D. Schnitzer and His FamilyFoundation. Alison Saar, knownfor her powerful sculptures andprintmaking, employs a personalvocabulary informed by history,race, and mythology.“We Are For Freedoms” The UMCA has invited ten local and regional artists to depict theirinterpretations of freedom in originalposters.“Artifacts at the End of a Decade”Co-curated from the UMCA PermanentCollection by student curators JessicaScott and Jill Hughes.
Galatea Fine Arts
“Claire Ash: Round Dances andConvergences.”“Cynthia Maurice: Clues: NewDrawings and Prints.”“Robin MacDonald-Foley: SeeingStone.”
Reception: March 5, 6-8 p.m.
April 2 -May 2:
“Nora Charney Rosenbaum: NorthernLight.”“Shelley Loheed: Getting Answers:/order_behind.”“Helen Canetta: KodachromeChronicles.”
Reception: April 2, 6-8 p.m.
Hours: Sat. – Sun., 12-4 p.m. & byappointment
Through March 20
April 3-May 8“Jo Ann Rothschild: Hope for thefuture.”
May 15-June 19Dorothea Van Camp.
Masks Required. See Website forZoom Presentations.
Hours: Fri.-Sat., 12 – 5 p.m.
Worcester Art Museum
Through May 2
“The Kimono in Print: 300 Yearsof Japanese Design” examinesthe kimono as muse in Japaneseprint culture from 1603–1912. Seethe contemporary Worcester Wedding Kimono, the first kimonocommissioned as a museum artwork.
Opening April 10
“What the Nazis Stole from RichardNeumann (and the search to get itback).”
Hours: Admission is by timed entryand advance ticket only. Wed., 12 p.m.- 4 p.m.; Thur. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.;Members only: Wed. 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
“TENacious: A Reunion.” This alumnigroup show celebrates FountainStreet’s tenth anniversary.
March 31–April 25“PHANTASM.” Ponappa Prakkamakuland Steve Sangapore explore theircomplimentary, multi-perspectiveinterests in nature and science.
Hours: Sat. & Sun., 12 – 4 p.m. and byappointment at (857) 302-3067. Visitfsfaboston.com for schedule updates.
StoveFactory Gallery is pleased toannounce our Annual Spring ArtExhibition. We will be followingthe current restrictions duringCOVID-19.
Please go to our website:artistsgroupofcharlestown.com/exhibit-submissions/ for on-linesubmissions only and protocols.
Annual Spring ExhibitionApril 2-April 25“REVITALIZED”
Hours: Saturday and Sunday,April 3 & 4, 10 & 11, 17 & 18, and 24 &25, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and weekdaysby Appointment call (617) 241-0130
Check Out Artists Group ofCharlestown INSTRAGRAM formembers participating virtual artdemonstrations and more!!!
Stay well and creative!!
The gallery is currently closed dueto COVID-19 guidelines. Pleasevisit the website or email for moreinformation.
March 11-April 3“Mad Oyster @ Brickbottom,”group exhibition of the Mad OysterStudio Artists.
April 15-May 15Brickbottom Artist AssociationMembers’ Exhibition, “REcycle,REmake, REimagine.”
National Association of Women Artists, MA (NAWAMA)
Mitchell · Giddings Fine Arts
March 6–April 11
Highlighting three artists, weintroduce David Brewster, mixedmedia paintings. Also featured:David Rohn, watercolors, andGene Parulis, photographs.Hours: Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5p.m.; Sun. 12-5 p.m., and byappointment. Please checkwebsite for gallery hour updatesand online exhibits. All workavailable online.
Nineteenth Arts Worcester Biennial: deadline March 26, 2021.
Juried by Beth C. McLaughlin is Chief Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA. Winner of Sally Bishop Prize receives solo exhibit at Worcester Art Museum and $1,000 award. Over $2,000 in additional prizes. Membership ($55 annually) required; $15 per submission (up to 3 permitted). Exhibition runs June 3 through August 1, 2021. Information and links online at http://artsworcester.org/ artist-opportunities. Dates are subject to change. Please visit our website for updates.
Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
April 1-June 4
Mikel Glass – “Parity”A show of contrasts withintraditional portraiture. Once anhonor primarily bestowed uponthose of power and privilege,Glass focuses equal attention onthose without status to revealtheir inner dignity to thosewho might otherwise choose toignore them.
Virtual Exhibition –milton.edu/exhibit
Hours: Mon.–Fri., 9 a.m.–4 p.m.(Open only to Milton AcademyCommunity-Closed on school holidays)
New Bedford Art Museum
Through March 7
“Immersion & Interaction:Witnessing the Everyday,” PatCoomey Thornton.Through March 14“Fluid States: New England Wax/New England Waters,”
Reception: March 13, 12-2 p.m.
Through March 28“Faces Behind Atrocity: Voices ofHuman Trafficking,”Digital Exhibition.
Through March 28“Excellence in Fibers VI,”Digital Exhibition.
Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Guild of Boston Artists
“Brighter Traces – SpringExhibition.”
Opening April 3“The Art of Tom Nicholas, N.A.”,a spotlight showcase of oils,watercolors, and drawings fromNew England and abroad.
Opening May 1“Annual Members JuriedExhibition,” an invitation to theGuild’s membership to submittheir best work to compete forawards.
Hours: Tues. – Sat. 10:30 a.m. – 5:30p.m
LaiSun Keane Gallery
April 15-May 29
“Michael C. Thorpe: MeanderingThoughts.” Michael C. Thorpe’swork reflects on his journey froma college basketball player tobecoming an artist. His work standsuniquely on its own for its rulebreaking in quilting convention andas a man in a field dominated bywomen.
Artist Reception April 17 &18, 4-6 p.m.
Hours: Wed.-Sat., 12 – 6 p.m.; Sun. 1 -4 p.m. or by appointment.
Through May 2
“Sonic Biogenesis: Genomics andMutant Jungles,” a solo show byartist and composer GuillermoGalindo. The show featuresGalindo’s “genome scores” whichconsist of graphic representationsof his musical compositions andartwork merging textures ofplants, animals, and microbes.
Open First Fridays, Sun. 11 a.m. –3 p.m. & by appointment (winterhours)