Summer time is right here at the Fitchburg Artwork Museum, with the opening of two remarkably anticipated reveals on Friday, June 24.
On check out till Sept. 5 will be the “86th Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft,” featuring the imaginative is effective by over 70 gifted regional artists and good craftspeople.
Just one of the longest-operating juried exhibitions in New England, the once-a-year showcase at the FAM celebrates the artists and crafters of the area by giving a museum natural environment for artwork and connecting them with fellow artists, patrons and lovers.
It is open up to those functioning in any medium who stay or work within just 30 miles of Fitchburg. Contributors were invited to submit up to two items of artwork that ended up made in the previous two decades.
Jameson Johnson, this year’s juror, is founder and editor-in-chief of Boston Art Assessment and the communications and enhancement manager at the MIT Record Visible Arts Center. Numerous modest hard cash awards are designed, and the initial prize winner earns a solo exhibition together with subsequent summer’s 87th Regional Exhibition of Artwork & Craft.
Lunenberg artist Bridie Wolejko, past year’s initial prize winner, has made works for the solo clearly show, “Hypnagogia: Bridie Wolejko’s Blended Media Fantasies.” It is also on check out from June 24-Sept. 4.
Hypnagogia, the transitional condition of consciousness involving wakefulness and rest, offers a lot of men and women involuntary and vividly imagined ordeals. The artist has designed handcrafted, combined-media collages and objects that produce aspiration-like pictures centered on her pursuits in fantasy, magic, horror, common lifestyle, surrealism, architecture and nature.
Located at 185 Elm St., the FAM is open up Wednesday to Friday from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is also, open up from noon to 7 p.m. on the to start with Thursday of the thirty day period. Call 978-345-4207 or pay a visit to www.fitchburgartmuseum.org for a lot more data.
Drinking water, h2o almost everywhere: Two summer time displays attribute drinking water in all its moist glory. “Undercurrents: Drinking water and Human Effect,” on watch now to Aug. 16, at Harmony Artwork, 37 Lexington Road, Concord, focuses on the consequences of weather change on bodies of drinking water as interpreted by the artists whose is effective are showcased. Gallery hrs are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., from Tuesday to Saturday, and from midday to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Get in touch with 978-369-2578 for additional facts. Also, “Space to Sea,” an exhibition of underwater pictures taken at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, is on perspective from now to Nov. 1 at the New England Aquarium. It capabilities 50 of acclaimed underwater photographer Kevin Ellenbogen’s substantial-scale photographs taken to mark the sanctuary’s 30th anniversary. Stop by www.neaq.org for more facts.
Hansds-on armor: Knightly armor is awesome and shiny, but how does it truly feel? How major is it? Is it at ease? How and why did the knights who wore it decorate it? Explore the solutions to these thoughts and more this weekend at the Worcester Artwork Museum’s “Art Cart: Fingers-on Armor” exercise. The cost-free-with-museum-admission program normally takes put from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, June 25-26, in the Medieval Gallery. Go to www.worcesterart.org/activities for much more facts.
At the Greenwald: Lowell multimedia artist Walter Wright is showcased in the solo display “Walter Wright Electronic Media: Prints & Video,” on check out from now to July 17 in the Greenwald Gallery at the Arts League of Lowell, 307 Industry St. He’ll operate a workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. A reception is established for 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 16. The gallery is open up from midday to 4 p.m., from Wednesday to Sunday. Pay a visit to www.artsleagueoflowell.org for a lot more facts.
Nancye Tuttle’s e mail is [email protected]
Resource website link