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.


Concord Art Association will close Thursday, November 27 and reopen on Tuesday, December 2.
When we open next month, Small Originals 2014 will be on exhibit in the Members Gallery.
Please be certain to stop in for your artful and inspired gift giving.
Thank you and our best wishes for a lovely Thanksgiving holiday.

 

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


 

EXHIBITIONS



In Search of the Miraculous
October 23—December 20
Featuring the photography of Barbara Bosworth, David Maisel, Abelardo Morell, David Prifti,
Peter Gruner Shellenberger
and Suara Welitoff

MEMBERS GALLERY
Constructions
Julia Talcott/Prints and
John S. Tilney/Photo Collages
October 19—November 22


ELIZABETH WENTWORTH ROBERTS
Concord Art's Founder

Click here to enjoy films sharing the story of Concord Art's founder, Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, and how her legacy continues today.

 

CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

Something for Everyone!
From accomplished artists
to those just beginning
or 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.


UPCOMING WEEKEND
WORKSHOPS and TRIPS

Travel to Tuscany
with Emily Passman
ONLY 3 SPOTS REMAIN!

 

 

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 to a lecture and slide show with award-winning photographer
and Mass Art faculty Barbara Bosworth, from the film Seraphine to a talk and video
on good graffiti with Mark Hopkins, from demos on
pigment history and cyanotype to a tour of the world of toy camera photography, Concord Art is a buzz this fall.


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