Past c-art projects: 2016

Concord High, Golden Winged Warbler Project
Concord High, Golden Winged Warbler Project


Michael Goodwin, Tracie Dunn, and
Michael Goodwin, Tracie Dunn, and Luck Hill

C-art is a collaborative art education initiative between Concord Art, Concord-Carlisle High School, Concord Academy and Middlesex School. Developed to support young emerging artists through exposure to working artists, new collaborative processes and curatorial practices, c-art aims to enhance the programming of each institution, while benefitting the broader Concord community.

Michael Goodwin and Tracie Dunn, creators of the Rivers and Revolution Program at Concord-Carlisle High School, with Luck Hill from Carlisle and a Golden Winged Warbler.  Luck is one of several students from the Rivers and Revolution and Pathways Programs who created the beautiful warbler as part of the Golden Winged Warbler Project now on display at Concord Art

Solid Air is an exhibition co-curated by eight students who participated in C-art’s six-session curatorial seminar. The theme, focusing on dwindling bird populations, responded to the exhibition, BIRD: metaphor + muse, concurrently on view at Concord Art. We considered birds from a transdisciplinary perspective that encompassed science, natural history, illustration, and visual art.

(More photos and text to come soon)


Mapping Concord, April 16-May 18, 2014
Look Me in the Eye, April 9—May 23, 2015



This program is supported in part by a grant from the
Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.