KEITH MORRIS WASHINGTON

BLACK LIVES . . .

JULY 9 – AUGUST 9, 2020

A Hybrid Physical/Virtual Exhibition

 

Featured: untitled (Black Lives . . .), charcoal and pastel on paper, 2017

by Keith Morris Washington

ARTIST TALK

Lucy MacGillis live from her studio in Umbria!

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 3pm

Lucy will speak, accompanied by images, on the effect that Italy; the art, the people, the life, have had on her work in the twenty years she has lived there.

REGISTER HERE

 

By Lucy MacGillis

online classes

from your home studio

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Emily Passman

Concord Art Connect

 

MEMBERS ARTWORK RESOURCE

Concord Art Connect is an online gallery resource created for our members and the greater community.

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update 7/11/2020:  We will be open for gallery visitors by appointment starting next week to view Keith Morris Washington, Black Lives . . . ,in the Main Gallery.  Email sashapacek@concordart.org to book your appointment.  For your safety, patrons will be required to wear masks.

Please take a look at our online classes to participate in a class with your favorite teacher.  We want all of you to remain healthy and safe.  Fall classes are starting to be listed on our website.  At this time classes will still only be offered online.

Staff members are available by email if you have questions please go to the CONTACT PAGE for our email addresses. Thank you!

 

Concord Center for the Visual Arts was founded a century age 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 850 members, Concord Art provides a place for contemporary art exhibitions,  art education and relevant programming for everyone.


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