Please note that we will be closed to the public on Sunday, March 29 (C-Art collaborative project)
and Sunday, April 5 (open only for MJ2 artist pick up). Thanks for your understanding.

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Concord Art Association—with its rich history of 100 years as an art center in Concord—
is a vital creative community. Through exhibitions, education, and dynamic programming,
it is our mission to promote contemporary art and artists.

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and how her legacy continues today.


Exhibitions | Classes | Workshops | Salon Wednesday | Trips & Tours

EXHIBITIONS


MAIN GALLERY


Kelley Harwood, Featherweight

Members Juried 2
Photography, Drawing, Mixed Media, Crafts & Graphics
March 5—April 3, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 5, 6—8pm
Juror: Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director of
the Attleboro Arts Museum

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UPCOMING EXHIBIT
Revealing Identity
April 9—May 23
Opening Reception: Thursday,
April 9, 6—8pm

 

MEMBERS GALLERY



Not so Still, Still Life
Paintings by Jill M. Pottle
March 15—April 12
Opening Reception: Sunday,
April 12, 1—3

 

 

EWR and WINSTANLEY GALLERIES

Basic Black
A NCECA Show in Collaboration with Lacoste Gallery, Concord.
March 5—April 3, 2015.
Curated by Lucy Lacoste
Opening Reception:
Thursday, March 5, 6—8pm

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UPCOMING in the
ABBOTT GALLERY
Look Me in the Eye:
Perception and Identity
in the Screen Age

A c-art exhibit
April 9—May 23, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday,
April 9, 5—7pm;
5:30 special remarks


CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS


  Registration is now open for Concord Art's Winter/Spring educational programming. Whether you are an accomplished artist or one who is just beginning, or should you be seeking to try something new, Concord Art has classes and workshops for you. Our instructors are among the best at their art and at teaching.


SALON WEDNESDAYS


Lectures, Demos, Life Drawing, Films,
Panel Conversations, Book Talks and More!

From the opportunity to show your work in a group and receive constructive feedback with Robert Siegelman (back by popular demand!) to an evening with visual and performing artist Caleb Cole, from fascinating collection tours to demos on mixed media collage, oil painting and photography, Concord Art is a buzz this winter and spring.
 



 

 

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