Love of Place: Works from Twenty-One in Truro

 

Exhibition: April 8th to May 6th, 2017

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm

 

On Saturday, April 8th from 2-4pm:
Opening Reception and Gallery Talk from Twenty-One in Truro artists: Jerre Moriarty, Christie Velesig, Suzanne Packer and Heather Blume. Free and open to all.
Reservations are requested, but not required: 508-222-2644 x10 or office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

On Thursday, April 13th from 2-4pm:
Understanding Color – A workshop with Twenty-One in Truro artist Jane Lincoln. Free and open to all.
Reservations are required for the workshop. Space is limited.  Click here to register.

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In 1999 twenty-one women convened for an artist’s retreat in Truro on Cape Cod. They painted in the area, and shared meals and ideas about creativity. A bond was formed and there was a commitment to return to Sladeville on the Pamet in Truro for a week each fall.

They share five cottages on the Pamet River where they paint, hike, kayak, photograph, read, talk, picnic, and absorb the open character of Truro. During this focused interval, the opportunity arises to express individual responses to the natural beauty of the Outer Cape. And during this time, dedicated to joy and ease, the twenty-one artists support one another in meeting the challenges of leading a creative life.  Learn more about Twenty-One in Truro.

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Twenty-One in Truro Artists

  • Heather Blume
  • LaVerne Christopher
  • Michele Dangelo
  • Jane Eccles
  • Maryalice Eizenberg
  • Sarah Fielding-Ricci
  • Susan Hollis
  • Martine Jore
  • Jane Lincoln
  • Jerre Moriarty
  • Rosalie Nadeau
  • Kate Nelson
  • Carol Odell
  • Julie Olander
  • Suzanne M. Packer
  • Jo Ann Ritter
  • M’Lou Sorrin
  • Lorraine Trenholm
  • Christie Velesig
  • Linda S. Young
  • Joyce Zavorskas

 

 

LINE – A National Juried Exhibition

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LINE – A National Juried Exhibition at the Attleboro Arts Museum

Open to all mediums, sizes & concepts that relate to, or include, a line. Imagine … a chorus line, signing on the dotted line, horizon lines, jump ropes, a police line up, waiting in TSA lines, cross-hatching, long and winding roads, zip lines, crossing the picket line, lines in the sand, tally marks … where and how do you draw the line?  LINE will be on display at the Attleboro Arts Museum from June 15 – July 15, 2017. Six prizes of $100 each will be awarded.

 

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Click here to be connected to the LINE call on CaFÉ.

  • All entries must be submitted through CaFÉ (CallForEntry.org) by Tuesday, April 25th at 11:59 PM, Mountain Time.
  • Email or hand-delivered entries will not be accepted.

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View a complete LINE prospectus on our “Calls for Artists” page.

 

Teen Docent Program

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Attleboro Arts Museum Teen Docents lead museum tours and educational experiences for children and families.

Teen Docents are volunteers that come from all backgrounds and interests, but they all share a common passion for art and engaging with children and families.

All docents will receive free training from Museum staff. No prior museum experience is required.

This program is open to students in grades 9 – 12.

The Teen Docent Program is a community service opportunity. Participants gain service credit during the summer and school year.

Interested? Email: office@attleboroartsmuseum.org using the subject ”TEEN DOCENT.”

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A teen docent, Liz, discusses the work of “8 Visions” exhibition artists with young art campers.

 

 

Arts A Blast – Create Your Own Custom Art Class at the Attleboro Arts Museum

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A Creative Night Out With Your Friends!

With seven or more friends you can design your own custom art class at the Attleboro Arts Museum. We have wonderful instructors who specialize in everything from drawing, painting, ceramics, and more! This is a great birthday party idea, friend’s creative outing or family bonding time.

The Attleboro Arts Museum is happy to coordinate with each group on scheduling a custom art class. Of note: custom art classes are subject to scheduling constraints due to Museum programs, exhibitions and events. Please contact us at least 1 month in advance for booking a custom art class.

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Choose from our most popular art class options:

  • Still-life Drawing in Charcoals or Pastels
  • Landscape Painting in Acrylics or Watercolors
  • Specialty Art Classes (additional fees may apply): Beginner’s Pottery Wheel; Encaustic Painting; Digital Photography and more!

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A 3 hour session starts at $32 mem; $38 non-mem per person!

A minimum of 7 students is required. Additional fees may apply for specialty art classes.

 

Your custom-designed art class will go at your pace and focus specifically on your group’s interests and creative goals. We can accommodate any age group and any skill level. All you need is the desire to create! Students under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult (18+ years).

 

TO SCHEDULE A CUSTOM ART CLASS: Please contact Abby Rovaldi, AAM Programs Coordinator at 508-222-2644 x15 or arovaldi@attleboroartsmuseum.org. The Museum is handicap accessible.

 

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LOCATION:

Attleboro Arts Museum

86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703

508-222-2644; www.attleboroartsmuseum.org

Parking is free in our convenient lot.

 

 

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