CIRCA 1900Concord Art founder Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts purchases a home in Concord and settles into life in the community. Read more
1914Exhibition set up by EWR to raise funds for WWI relief in Belgium. EWR continues to raise money for the war effort by selling artwork for the next several years. Read more
MAY, 19162nd Annual Exhibition of Art at Town House, with works by Frank Benson, Edwin Dickinson, Aldro Hibbard Read more
1917EWR founds Concord Art Association for “the encouragement, promotion, advancement of art and art exhibitions” Read more
JANUARY, 1922EWR Buys 18th century Jonathan Ball House on Lexington Road Read more
JULY 1, 1922Ball House is renovated into Gallery with architectural plans by Lois Lilley Howe and opens as Concord Art Centre Read more
1922Concord Art Association is Incorporated with Daniel Chester French as the first President of the organization Read more
MAY 19237th Annual Exhibition is first held at Ball House featuring works by Sargent, Monet, Cassatt, Hassam, Henri, and Bellows. That summer, the Concord Art Centre welcomed 5,200 visitors.
1927Death of EWR and Concord Art Centre/Ball House is left to the Concord Art Association Read more
1930sFocus of exhibitions turns more towards local and regional artists and away from international. Read more
1942Model Aircraft Show to stimulate interest in scale models and educate the public in aircraft identification while World War II continued on. Read more
1956Navajo Indian Painting Exhibition opens at the galleries of the Concord Art Association. Read more
1966Along with its Spring Exhibition in 1966, Concord Art Association displays artifacts that were found during an early renovation.
1972Two ton granite turtle by Robert Monti is installed on Concord Art Association grounds. Read more
1985Concord Art Association chooses Robert E. Grady’s “Concord Remembered” as the winning entry in a print competition to celebrate Concord’s 350th anniversary. Read more
1992A 24’ x 24’ workshop addition was added to the building, known as the Loring B. Coleman Room. This room is used both for exhibitions and classes. Read more
2009The north ell was demolished and replaced with a new 1½ story structure on the same footprint which provided additional space for offices, an elevator, and a kitchen. Read more
2014"Sight Specific: A Selection of American Perceptual Paintings" opens to feature more than 70 paintings from over 50 artists.