Faculty Show
EXHIBITIONS
The Faculty Show
November 4 - December 19
Outdoor Reception:
Saturday, November 6
Ed for Fall
Education
Register Now for
Classes + Workshops
with Bernd Haussmann, Ron Krouk, Nancy Gruskin, and more.
Ed for Fall
call for art
The Postcard Show
*Formerly known as the
Great Big Small Works Show
Donate 5" x 7" work to our biggest art sale of the year! Sale opens Dec 2, 6-8pm

Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Classes

Classes

Programs + Events

Programs + Events

Call FOR Art + Prospectus

Call FOR Art + Prospectus

About
Concord Art

Concord Center for the Visual Arts was founded a century age by Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, an American Impressionist and philanthropist whose mission — to promote and advance the visual arts, artists and to sustain our cultural community—still stands today. With more than 850 members, Concord Art provides a place for contemporary art exhibitions, art education, relevant programming for everyone, and other adult art. Our classes include oil painting for beginners, oil pastels for beginners, and figure drawing, and various art retreats.  Located in Concord Center, we are one of the top things to do in Concord, MA.

Our History

Donate Today

Please consider donating to Concord Art. Donations ensure we can continue to be Concord’s center for the visual arts. Your gift ensures that Concord Art will continue to provide a place for contemporary art exhibitions, art education, and relevant programming engaging our community into the next century.

Rent our Space

The galleries and gardens of Concord Center for the Visual Arts offer a unique opportunity for your event—a venue that blends historic charm with the vitality of today’s art. We host birthday gatherings, staff retreats, weddings and receptions, rehearsal dinners, lectures and much more. Centrally located in historic Concord, Massachusetts, with ease of access, diverse spaces, a fully equipped kitchen and audio-visual capabilities, Concord Art is an easy choice as a place for you to host your event

Sculpture: Nydia by Frederick W. Allen, 1914