Remarkable Raffles


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We weren’t lucky enough to hold our annual Flower Show this year – however you can still support the Museum and try your luck by purchasing tickets for seven outstanding Flower Show raffle items shown below.  If you’ve been to previous Flower Shows you’ll remember just how enticing these raffles can be!

2019 Flower Show Raffles.
The Museum’s raffles customarily raise over $2000 to support programs and exhibitions.

It’s easy – email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org.

All major credit cards accepted.

Ticket Prices:

One – $1

Seven – $5

Twenty – $10

Deadline has been extended!*

Winners will be selected at 5pm on April 30th and contacted on May 1st.

* Deadline may be extended beyond April 30th, depending on state and local health restrictions. Thank you for your patience – and support!

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1. Artist’s Raffle – $175 Value

1. Artist’s Raffle – $175 Value!
Includes:  6 gallery wrapped canvases (multiple sizes), 1 gessoed art board, 1 Strathmore drawing pad 14” x 17”, 1 Canson canva-paper pad 12” x 16”, 1 Strathmore mixed media pad 11” x 14”, multiple all media brush packs, BLICK charcoal set, 2 round palettes, Van Gogh set of oil pastels, pack of Yupo paper, Akua printing plate 5” x 7”, Prismacolor colored pencil set, pocket illustrators sketchbook, 2 mini canvases with easels (black & white), various Sharpies, kneaded eraser, Pink Pearl eraser, 6 tubes of Basics acrylic paint, 3 Winsor & Newton oil bars, 2 alcohol inks & blending solution and pack of artist’s trading cards. Generously donated by Greg Dorrance Co., BLICK Art Materials, Justin Scovish & Abby Rovaldi.
Artist’s Raffle (detail)

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2. Floor Décor Raffle – $175 Value

2. Floor Décor Raffle – $175 Value!
  The Metro Collection Fab Habitat rugs, 2 sizes: 4ft x 6ft and 3ft x 5ft, color palette is light and charcoal grey tones both patterns are very similar. Generously donated by Marion Volterra.
Floor Décor Raffle (detail)

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3. Garden Raffle – $95 Value!

3. Garden Raffle – $95 Value!  
Includes: large clay pot (blue glaze), Burpee seed starting mix, packets of seeds (pumpkin, sweet pepper, tomato, parsley, basil, cilantro, morning glory, mina iobate, and moonflower), solar blown glass garden ornament, digging & watering tools set, outdoor window thermometer, gardening gloves & knee pads, window greenhouse starter kit and origami frogs.
Generously donated by Sherry Scholl & Sousa Family Farm.
Garden Raffle (detail)

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4. Hand-knitted Blanket Raffle – $175 Value!

4. Hand-knitted Blanket Raffle – $175 Value!
This handmade blanket is called “Restful Rainbow” and is made up of 2,250 yards of yarn and 97 knitting hours.  Blanket size is 50” x 54” and the material is 50% cotton and 50% acrylic. Generously donated and hand-knitted by artist, Lisa Hirsbrunner.
Hand-knitted Blanket Raffle (detail)

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5. Kids Raffle – $125 Value!  

5. Kids Raffle – $125 Value!  
Includes: 2 Melissa & Doug chunky wooden puzzle sets, Melissa & Doug zoo friends hand puppets, mix & match crinkle book, Lego shark set, Animal Planet learning pad, animal kingdom encyclopedia set, 100 piece Melissa & Doug floor puzzle, various stickers and books, Melissa & Doug animal portrait painting kit. Generously donated by Joanne Stevenson.
Kid’s Raffle (detail)

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6. Pet’s Raffle – $100 Value!

6. Pet’s Raffle – $100 Value!  
Includes: American Kennel Club 22” pet bed, various cat toys of all shapes, sizes and themes, play-n-squeak wand, sea shell and unicorn wand, unicorn play tunnel, handmade leopard print kitty doll. Generously donated by The St.Pierre Family & Pauline O’Keefe.
Pet’s Raffle (detail)

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7. Vacuum Raffle – $100 Value

7. Vacuum Raffle – $100 Value!
The BISSELL CleanView Swivel Rewind Pet Deluxe gives a whole new meaning to convenient cleaning. From the second you start using it, you’ll notice its lightweight design and swivel steering work in your favor, giving you easy maneuverability, which makes cleaning quick and less of a chore. Plus, with specialized pet tools stored directly on-board, you can effortlessly switch from cleaning your floors to those above floor spots like blinds, corners and upholstery that easily collect pet hair and dust. CleanView Swivel Rewind Pet Deluxe also comes with our innovative multi-cyclonic suction which keeps dirt and debris secure in the dirt tank and away from the filters and motor, so they last longer. Then when it’s time to pack things up, simply press the automatic cord rewind button and store it away until next time. Great for pet hair pickup and bagless for easy disposing of dirt and debris.  Donated by the Attleboro Arts Museum.
Vacuum Raffle (side view)

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Special thanks to our generous raffle donors: Attleboro Arts Museum Trustees, Justin Scovish, BLICK Art Materials, Abby Rovaldi, The St.Pierre Family, Lisa Hirsbrunner, Greg Dorrance Co., Sousa Family Farm, Sherry Scholl, Pauline O’Keefe, Joanne Stevenson, Marion Volterra.

High Art 2020


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High Art 2020: IMPORTANT UPDATE

 

In response to concerns around COVID-19, and in an effort to ensure the health and safety of all, the Attleboro Arts Museum has made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s High Art Exhibition until next spring, May 2021. We will be keeping the theme of DREAMSCAPES for next year. 

 

A new timeline for High Art 2021 and any additional updates will be posted here in September 2020.

 

Theme – DREAMSCAPES

Dreamscapes are visual expressions of the surreal. Free from conscious and clear, controlled thoughts, Dreamscapes place value on the articulation of imaginative visions, dreamlike ideas and the bizarre of the subconscious. Students are challenged to consider the question “what’s on your mind?” and work in teams to create one large-scale installation that brings forth their concept of Dreamscapes.

For inspiration, look to the surrealist artists such as Andre Breton, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali and Leonora Carrington.  Explore doors that lead to different dimensions, hybrid creatures, topsy turvy landscapes, figures or objects that are inside out, trees floating away on balloons, a phantom ping pong game, a phone booth full of bananas, a sea of ladies’ legs, flying fish, underwater elephants and more! Please keep in mind that it is not always necessary to fill every square inch of your allotted space, but more importantly to freely let your concept and materials dictate the final design and placement within the space you have been given.

 

What is High Art?

High Art is an annual exhibition showcasing the extraordinary talent and ideas of high school students enrolled in public, private, parochial, alternative, charter or homeschool programs.  This youth exhibition connects teens with artists both past and present, fosters the creation of original artworks, and provides a professional forum for students to voice their own creativity and work collaboratively.

 

What is installation art?

Installation art uses any material invention to modify the way a space is experienced, and can be either temporary or permanent.  Installation artworks have been constructed in exhibition spaces such as museums and galleries, as well as public and private spaces.  The genre incorporates a broad range of materials, including but not limited to huge, three-dimensional painting/murals, sculpture, poems, and new media such as video, sound, and performance art.

 

For questions regarding the High Art exhibition please contact Museum Programs Coordinator & High Art Exhibition Curator, Abby Rovaldi at either 508-222-2644 x15 or arovaldi@attleboroartsmuseum.org.

 

Submit Art for National Juried Exhibit – “On the Surface”


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UPDATE: “On the Surface” is still active!  Don’t miss the Deadline of April 14th for online submissions.

ARTISTS:  WE HOPE THAT YOU ALL ARE WELL.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN “ON THE SURFACE.” 

  • THE ONLINE SUBMISSION DEADLINE OF APRIL 14TH REMAINS UNCHANGED
  • DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED ARTWORK BETWEEN MAY 14TH AND JUNE 6TH (TUES – SAT, 10AM – 3PM) REMAINS UNCHANGED
  • THE EXHIBITION DATES OF JUNE 18TH – JULY 16TH CURRENTLY REMAIN UNCHANGED
  • THERE IS A CHANCE THAT THE EXHIBITION’S OPENING RECEPTION (JUNE 20TH) MIGHT CHANGE TO “CLOSING CEREMONIES” (JULY 16TH) – BUT THAT IS TO BE DETERMINED.  

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2020 Attleboro Arts Museum National Juried Exhibition

Open to all mediums, sizes & interpretations.

 

A call to explore:

  • outward appearance
  • texture
  • nooks & crannies
  • shadows
  • one’s game face
  • innovative textiles
  • fashion trends
  • the curb appeal of your home
  • tattoos
  • fine silk
  • superficialities
  • reactions to poison ivy
  • intricate mosaics
  • chipping paint
  • lunar landscapes
  • highly polished keepsakes
  • decorated military officers
  • iPhone wallpaper
  • reflections
  • crashing waves
  • the perfect family
  • other

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The Attleboro Arts Museum involves audiences of all ages and backgrounds in the visual arts through diverse educational programs and engaging arts experiences.

We work to support the creative and artistic development of both promising and professional artists.

The Museum is a privately supported, non-profit arts institution whose core commitment to Arts for Everyone guides the Museum’s programs and operations.

 

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