MJ1 Call for Art
EXHIBITIONS
Roz Sommers, Bereft, 2022, oil on panel, 12 x 12
MJ1: Painting + Sculpture

January 12 - February 12, 2023
Juried by Leonie Bradbury


Amisha Kashyap + Ron Rosenstock
exhibitions
Amisha Kashyap + Ron Rosenstock
January 12 - February 12
Artist Reception: January 12, 5:30pm

Song of Stones, Ron Rosenstock; New Memories, Amisha Kashyap (details)

MJ2 Call for Art
Call for Art
Members Juried 2: Collage, Crafts, Drawing, Graphics, Mixed Media, Photography, Printmaking
Intake Days:
February 14, 10am-4pm
February 15, 10am-7pm
February 16, 10am-4pm

Pamela Penglase Baldwin, Just Picked, MJ2 2022 Award Recipient

(Un) fettered: Sarah Bossert + David Covert
exhibitions
Coming Soon!
(Un)Fettered: Sarah Bossert + David Covert
February 23 - March 23
Opening reception: February 23, 5:30pm

David Covert , tipple, Sarah Bossert Companionship of Friends

Ed 2022
EDUCATION
Explore 2023 Classes + Workshops
with Paul George, Daphne Confar, Emily Passman, Amy Wynne and more

Image: Kate Hanlon, The Neighbor, 2021, 8 x10
Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Classes + Workshops

Classes + Workshops

Programs + Events

Programs + Events

Call FOR Art + Prospectus

Call FOR Art + Prospectus

Concord Art Centennial

1922-2022

Concord Center for the Visual Arts is celebrating 100 years! Founded in 1922 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 1000 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.

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Sculpture: Nydia by Frederick W. Allen, 1914