Through The Faculty Show, we are delighted to honor 40+ mid-career and established artists who all share a love for teaching at Concord Art. In celebration of our teachers, we will be hosting numerous events throughout the run of the exhibition, including an Outdoor Artist Reception for the show on November 6, and True Stories Told Live: From the Classroom on November 17, in collaboration with Fugitive Productions. In addition, we’re hosting a fall fundraiser Buy an Apple for The Teachers to support our vibrant education programs. Each of your donations will come with a chance to receive free admission to some of your favorite educational programs at Concord Art, and more.
Our donation process is quick and easy! Here’s how to get involved:
Make a donation in the size of your choosing, selected from our donation tiers below:
- An Apple at $20, one chance to win
- Bag of Apples at $50, three chances to win
- Peck of Apples at $75, five chances to win
- Bushel of Apples at $100, seven chances to win
- Truckload of Apples at $250, fifteen chances to win
Make your donation and have your name entered in the raffle by clicking the red “DONATE TODAY” button on this page.
At the end of the show your donations will make you eligible for these prizes for a Happy 2022! Contributors will be randomly selected for:
(2 winners) One complimentary ticket to the Make It + Take It Art Night of your choosing
(1 winner) One complimentary workshop, up to a $300 value
(1 winner) One complimentary class, up to a $400 value
(5 winners) A studio visit to artist Liz Awalt’s Concord studio.
The selected contributors will be announced on Friday, December 17. Prize vouchers are good through December 31, 2022. With your donation, we are able to consistenly offer rich educational programming and further our mission to promote and advance the visual arts, artists and to sustain our cultural community. Thank you for support!
Top Left: A student paints near the Old North
Bridge in Ying Li’s Painting Plein Air workshop.
Top Right: Student Connie Jakubowicz with
her work Duet, exhibited in The Student Show.
Middle: Students and mother-daughter duo paint
plein air in Ying Li’s Painting Plein Air workshop.
Bottom: Instructor Karen Stevens introduces her
students to mending on the Concord Art patio
during her workshop Narrative Mending.