Creating Awareness


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Artists Work to Illuminate and Support

Attleboro Arts Museum artists are invited to work live in the Museum’s Gallery to support the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Greater Attleboro on Saturday, February 18th from 4-8pm.

Artists are asked to volunteer their time and materials and use their chosen art making technique – acrylic/watercolor/oil/pastel painting, illustration, collage, printmaking, ink wash, other – to embellish one or more white paper luminaria bags. 

This program will be held during downtown Attleboro’s Winter Night Festival. Typically, 1000s of festival attendees come through the museum. Artists are encouraged to connect with the guests, circulate business cards and promote their art practice.

Please download the details and a Creating Awareness Invite.

I thank you for your consideration and hope you’ll join us!

Mim Brooks Fawcett

Executive Director & Chief Curator

Attleboro Arts Museum

Influencer


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Attleboro Arts Museum Permanent Collection Art Inspires Contemporary Interpretations

Exhibition: February 11th – 25th, 2023

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 11th, 2pm – 4pm. Free and open to all.

Featuring live music from Andy Solberg. Funded by The Ray Conniff Foundation.

Reservations are not required, but are appreciated, by February 10th: 508-222-2644 x10 or office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park St, Attleboro, MA

  • Standard Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
  • Exhibition is open during Attleboro’s Winter Night Festival: Saturday, February 18th, 4pm – 8pm

Influencer is presented in memory of Gary J. Oliveira.

Creating art inspired by a masterpiece is an approach that artists, for centuries, have incorporated into their training.  When a student closely examines an existing piece and uses it as a guide for composition, technique, and form they have a valuable opportunity to learn the intricacies of extraordinary workmanship. Blending this practice with their own approach to art making can yield powerful contemporary results.

Influencer spotlights selections from the Attleboro Arts Museum’s permanent collection and demonstrates how these works have informed the developing talent of its W. Charles Thompson Museum School students. The students range in age from 5 -17 years and are creating works in acrylic paint, chalk pastel, graphite, ink, charcoal, and clay.

W. Charles Thompson Museum School art educators Lisa Granata, Tracy Korneffel and Meredith Passey have instructed the exhibiting student artists.

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In Memory of Gary J. Oliveira

Influencer is presented in memory of Gary J. Oliveira, an Attleboro native that worked locally as a toolmaker and later pursued his calling as an artist working a range of mediums. An example of Oliveira’s fine sculpture will be on display during the exhibition alongside a series of student illustrations inspired by his art. 

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Special Evening Hours During Attleboro’s Winter Night Festival

On Saturday, February 18th, the City of Attleboro welcomes back its Winter Night Festival.  The event, paused due to the pandemic, returns to the city’s downtown with attractions for all ages.  The Attleboro Arts Museum is a Winter Night Festival partner, and its gallery will be open for festival attendees to view Influencer from 4-8pm. Free and open to all.

10th Annual All School Show


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Museum School Students – Mark your Calendars

  • Saturday, February 25th, 2023
  • One-day Exhibition: 10am-5pm
  • Free and open to all

YOU’RE ELIGIBLE to submit one piece of art, per art class or workshop that you or your child were enrolled in for each round of 2022 Winter, Spring and/or Fall Museum School programming. 

Students who attended a ceramics class, adult class and/or a 1 or 2 day workshop are responsible for the delivery of their artwork(s). Please email arovaldi@attleboroartsmuseum.org if you have a question about what piece your instructor selected for you to bring back for display in the All School Show.

Artwork Delivery Dates:

1.  Tuesday, Feb 21st from 10am – 5pm. 

2.  Wednesday, Feb 22nd from 10am – 12pm only.  

We want to include all the artworks that are eligible for our 10th Annual All School Show; please understand that we cannot except artworks beyond Feb 22nd at 12pm.  We are planning to curate and hang the exhibition that afternoon.  Thank you for your cooperation!

NOTE: Some artworks have already been collected and are being safely held at the Museum.

Click HERE to view a list of artworks being stored at the Museum from our drawing and painting classes for ages 5-17.  These artworks will be on display during the 10th All School Show. 

All School Show Guidelines:
• Open to students of all ages who were enrolled in a Museum School art class or workshop during the AAM’s 2022 Winter, Spring and/or Fall sessions.  Eligible students will have the opportunity to submit one piece of art, per art class or workshop that they were enrolled.

• We encourage artwork(s) to be framed (this is not a requirement).  If framing is preferred by the student, we ask that all 2-dimensional pieces have a wire hanging system on the back and do not weigh more than 50lbs.

• One All School Show PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT must be completed.  In addition to the one Participation Agreement, an ARTWORK IDENTIFICATION LABEL must be completed for each piece of art delivered. Forms can be downloaded below and brought to the museum when delivering your work or can be filled out at the museum. Copies will be available at delivery.

10th All School Show PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT
10th All School Show ARTWORK IDENTIFICATION LABEL

• Students are responsible for the delivery and pickup of their artwork(s).  The Attleboro Arts Museum will not be responsible for artwork(s) left beyond the scheduled pick-up dates.  Pick-up Dates: Tuesday, Feb 28th and Wednesday, March 1st from 10am – 5pm.  A family member or authorized individual may pick up your artworks for you if needed.

• Work that has previously been exhibited at any time at the Museum will not be accepted.

• Work will not be for sale during the All School Show Exhibition.  None of the artworks in the All School Show will be covered under the Attleboro Arts Museum’s insurance policy.

• All two-dimensional artwork will be hung with pushpins (with the exception of framed work) and all sculptural artworks (ceramic, paper mache, etc.) will be displayed on pedestals (if available) or draped tables in the Museum’s main gallery. 

For questions regarding the 10th All School Show please contact Abby Rovaldi, Museum Programs Coordinator at either 508-222-2644 x15 or arovaldi@attleboroartsmuseum.org.

Thank you.

Flower Show


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2023 marks the 25th anniversary of the Museum’s Flower Show! The event fills our galleries and studios with lush gardens, floral arrangements, a meandering exhibit of nature-themed visual art, live music, and environmental programming.  

The 2023 Flower Show theme is “Songs of Spring-Nature’s Music.”

Gardens presented by:

  • Briggs Nursery
  • Bristol County Agricultural High School
  • Ethical Earth Creations
  • Flowers By the Station
  • The Flower Shack
  • Helping Hands
  • Nolan’s Flowers & Gifts
  • Rosebud Florist

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Mark your calendars!

  • Flower Show Benefit Preview: Wed., Mar. 22, 6pm-8pm.
  • Flower Show Event: Thurs., Mar. 23 – Sun., Mar. 26. Event hours are Thurs.- Sat.: Open from 9:30am -12:30pm & 1pm – 4pm (Note the 30-minute midday closing; guests can return after 1pm); Sun.: Open from 12pm – 4pm.

  • Tickets to the Benefit Preview will go on sale in Feb. 2023.
  • Admission tickets to the Flower Show event will be sold at the door.
  • Advance registration is required for select event attractions such as animal education & children’s programs. Reserve spots on the Museum’s site in Feb. 2023.

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TWO FLOWER SHOW CALLS FOR ARTISTS

The Flower Show is one of the Museum’s most popular fundraising events.  Its exhibitions appear throughout the Museum and are typically seen by over 2,500 visitors.

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 1. Exhibition of Nature-themed Artwork Call                                                

Open to all original visual expressions of the natural world: floral, landscape, underwater, weather, ecosystems, wildlife, extinct species, insects, etc.  All mediums can be submitted.

  • Each artist can submit up to 2 nature-themed pieces. This show is not juried, however only guideline compliant submissions will be accepted. Note that artwork will be exhibited on both levels of the Museum.
  • Fees: One submission: $20 for Museum members; $25 for non-members. Two submissions: $30 for mem; $35 for non-mem.  All fees are non-refundable.
  • Only work that has not been previously shown at the Attleboro Arts Museum at any time will be considered.
  • 2D & 3D work must weigh under 100 lbs. 
  • Wall-mounted work must be no larger than 30” x 30” (including the entire frame), securely framed or gallery wrapped, and ready to hang with a firm wire hanging system. Diptychs and triptychs can be no larger than 30” x 30” in their entirety, including the space between pieces (see image below). The widest point of 3D work cannot exceed 24” x 24”. No wet paint. There are no exceptions to these specifications. Thank you.

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  • An ONLINE LOAN AGREEMENT must be completed before art delivery. The agreement needs to be filled out in one sitting. Download this guide to give you an advance look at the agreement questions:

GUIDE to the Nature-themed Exhibition Loan Agreement – 2023

  • A printed Museum ID form must also be completed and attached to each piece.* 

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  • Work can be for sale.  Museum commission: members – 30%; non-members – 40%.
  • People’s Choice Cash Awards: “1st Place” ($150); “2nd Place” ($100); “3rd Place” ($75) will be virtually announced on the Museum’s website and social media after the Flower Show concludes.  In an effort to manage congestion, there will be no in-person award ceremony in 2023.  

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Nature-themed Art Exhibition Key Dates                                                                                                                    

  • Delivery of art:  Fri., March 3, or Sat., March 4 from 10am – 4pm
  • Exhibition: Thurs., March 23 – Sun., March 26 (hours listed above)
  • Pick up of exhibited work: Sun. March 26th from 4pm-5:30pm; Tues., March 28 and Wed., March 29 from 10am-4pm**

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2. Magic Flute Floral Design Call                                

Use live and/or dried floral and plant materials to create a glorious, magic flute.  All interpretations are welcome!

  • Open to all floral-minded artists, garden club members, horticultural students, gardeners, flower arrangers, etc. 
  • All flutes must use a Museum-issued substrate and be handcrafted using predominantly natural, live, and or, dried materials that you provide.  Please supply a list of the materials used to create your flute. One entry per individual, finished size must not exceed (14”high x 10” wide x 4” deep). Flutes must be wall-mounted and have a sturdy hanging wire.
  • There is no entry fee for the Magic Flute exhibition, however all submissions are required to be refreshed as needed for the duration of the show (4 days).  All work must comply with these specifications.  No exceptions. Thank you.
  • All Magic Flutes will be showcased on the Flower Show’s lower level and will be judged for People’s Choice First, Second and Third Place Awards of Recognition.
  • Flutes can be for sale.  Museum commission: members-30%; non-members-40%.
  • Space is very limited. To participate, email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org or call 508-222-2644 x15 no later than Feb. 17th with your name and contact info.  A staff member will coordinate with you regarding the pick up of your flute substrate and the completion of your flute entry forms and materials list. 

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Magic Flute Key Dates

  • Delivery of flutes:  Tues., Mar. 21, 10am-4pm or Wed., Mar. 22, 10am-2pm
  • Exhibition: Thurs., March 23 – Sun., March 26 (hours listed at top left)
  • Pick up of flutes: Sun. March 26th from 4pm-5:30pm; Tues., March 28 and Wed., March 29 from 10am-4pm**

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Artists submitting work for the nature-themed art exhibition can also submit for the Magic Flute call – and vice versa.

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* If needed, printed ID forms can be picked up before March 3rd at the Attleboro Arts Museum.

** After the date noted, a late fee of $5 per day, per piece will be charged–payable at late pick-up.

Questions? (508) 222.2644 x10 or office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

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The Flower Show is a critical Museum fundraiser. Therefore, our standard free admission policy is not in place for this event. All attendees, including nature-themed exhibit and Magic Flute artists are kindly asked to pay the $3 event entry fee.  Your support is appreciated.



(Image: Valerie Haggerty-Silva)

USED


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2023 National Juried Show Theme – USED

Open to all mediums, sizes and interpretations of USED.

Prospectus is NOW live: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11384

Submission deadline: Saturday, April 22nd at 11:59 PM (MT) on www.CallforEntry.org (Café)

Exhibition: June 16th – July 14th, 2023

Some ideas to get our artists started:

  • I only read used books.
  • She used me and broke my heart.
  • This high-rise apartment used to be a park.
  • Used clothing shops are my go-to.

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Image: Brian McClear, oil.

Members’ Exhibition


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A popular and unique Attleboro Arts Museum member benefit is the opportunity to annually exhibit up to three original works of art in the Museum’s Ottmar Gallery during the organization’s Members’ Exhibition. In the spirit of the Museum’s tagline – Arts for Everyone – all work that fulfills the guidelines of this exhibition is accepted.


Exhibition Dates: December 10th, 2022 – January 27th, 2023; 10am-5pm.

The Museum will be closed from December 24th, 2022 – January 3rd, 2023.

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Members’ Exhibition Juror: Zachary M. White

Zachary M. White is a practicing artist and the executive director of Gallery X, a nonprofit, contemporary art gallery in New Bedford. His work, which is heavily influenced by New Bedford and its history, as well as cartography, has been included in various exhibitions throughout Massachusetts.

Founded in 1990, Gallery X is one of the region’s longest running and most accessible contemporary art galleries. Gallery X promotes a mission of cultural outreach through art exhibitions, accessible educational programming, and community partnerships to stimulate artistic awareness in New Bedford and the surrounding communities. We seek to act as an incubator for emerging artists as well as a venue for established ones by creating a platform for artists, performers, and creatives of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds, a safe, professional space to showcase their talents as a community.

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Award Winners

Best Representational

Giraffe by Jacquelyn Glum

Best Abstract

Tidal Surge by Alexander Morris

Juror’s Choice

Turner Murmurs (C/D) by Judith Bertozzi

Off Taunton River by Andre Camire

Wind Systems by Monica DeSalvo

Perforation by Tatiana Flis

Jewelry Box (Mondrian) by Phil Gruppuso

Raptor by Mark Holme

Blick Art Materials Awards

Martyrdom of Thomas Becket by Peter Campbell

Hidden by Sharon D. Eisman

Edgartown by Todd Kefor

Summer Blue by Catherine Meeks

Merit Awards

Blossoming by Lissa Banks

Gazing Up by Christina Beecher

Eventually I Found It by David Lee Black

Columnas Mare Tempus by Andy Chambless

Washington Bridge Commute by Bill Lane

Moonrise Over Ellisville Harbor by Jennifer O’Keefe

New Moon by Robert Prata

Lights Will Guide You Home by Karen Reid

Grandpa’s Garden by Melissa Riley

The Lathe of Heaven by Kenneth Salome

Contemplative by BarbaraLee Seligman

Eleanor by Angie Wimmer

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Exhibiting Artists

Jerry AissisPhil GruppusoJulia Purdy
Suzanne Dickson AlbertDan GyvesTyler Putnam
Linda AlgerValerie Haggerty-SilvaMichelle Quinn
Emily AlleyDana HaighNikki Quinn
Paul Leon AndersonCristina HajosyKaren Reid
Mary Jane AndreozziDiana HampeR. Douglass Rice
Bayda AsbridgeCarolyn HansenSusanne Riette
Clare AschCarol HansenMelissa Riley
Maria BabbDorota HapekEileen Riley
M. D. BabbidgeBarbara Edlund HealyBeverly Rippel
Lisa G. BaileyMark HolmeBetsy Ritz
Deborah BaldizarKatherine HoneyFrank Robertson
Lissa BanksCeleste HouleLinda Rogers
Nancy BeamsJeannine Hunter LazzaroEwa Roselli
Lauren BeathEllie HuntressCarol Rothenstein
Christina BeecherKoli IslamRoberta Roy
Robin BellingerMarc JaffeMarilyn Saabye
Robert BendtBonnie JaffeCarol Sacks
Katherine BennettMarnie JainKenneth Salome
Dot BergenBeth JohnstonAna-Maria Santos
Judith BertozziAlexandra JordankovaStephen Saunders
David Lee BlackEvan KaiserDiane Savino
John Paul BlanchetteMitchell KaplanJohn Scherer
Michael BourqueMatt KattmanSimone Scholes
Janice BowkerTodd KeforMichelle Scotti
Herman BrewsterJoan KentJustin Scovish
Jayne BrownTracy KorneffelBarbaraLee Seligman
Sue ButlerDavid R. LaferriereRandy Shore
Jackie CabralLinda LanczNiva Shrestha
Andre CamireBill LaneBeverly Silva
Peter CampbellGwendolyn LanierEllenor Simmons
Barbara CanningIwona LapczykLyn Slade
Kristin CapezioMargo LemieuxSally Spooner
Laura White CarpenterKate LewandowskiKerry St.Pierre
Denielle ChamberlainMaria Celeste LinardiJames St. Germaine
Andy ChamblessKen LindgrenMary Stechschulte
Diane Chester-DemiccoPaul LizotteGregory Steinsieck
Cathy ChinVesna LongtonAlan Strassman
Marc ClamageMadeleine LordPamela R. Tarbell
Susan ClarkeLeah MahiriChristine Tarter
Wendy ClaytonRosemarie MansonDerrick Te Paske
Elaine CordaTracey J. MaroniMatt Temple
Caroline CordaCaitlyn MarshFelicia Touhey
Valerya CoutoKathleen MarshallJohn Trainor
Harold CunniffRoberta MasciarelliCharles Tramontana
Monica DeSalvoEileen McAllisterChristine Treggiari
Cynthia DiDonatoAnne Diamond McNevinJennifer Turner
Linda DiFrennaCatherine MeeksTerry Van Heusen
Carolyn DooleyAlexander MorrisKarina Villa Duran
Julia DwinellKevin MulliganDavid Volkin
Paul Michael EddyJohn MurphreyAndrea Warner
Sharon D. EismanPaul M. MurrayDavid Webb
Timothy ElliottKarole NicholsonAlan James Weimer
Michael EvansSeth NorlinTimothy Welsh
Patricia G. FaulknerJudi NorrisSharon White
John FazzinoRobin NunesBrenda Wilkinson
Sarah FeragenLindsay NygaardAngie Wimmer
Patricia FerraraKatelynn O’BrienSteven Wiseman
Cathy FiricanoKristina OcchinoMarie Wisz
Virginia FitzgeraldJennifer O’KeefeMary Wojciechowski
Tatiana FlisAndrea OlmsteadJoan Wolcott
Bryan FowlerVeronica PalmerCarol Wontkowski
William GibsonPolly ParkeRoy Wood
Ann-Marie GillettRonna PateMarian Wrightington
Jacquelyn GlumLinda Pearlman KarlsbergJay Wu
Barbara GordonMichael PerryBernard Zubrowski
Camille GregorianRobert PrataSarah Zysk

ARTISTS: Pick-Up Dates

Artists are asked to pick up their work on January 28th, 31st or February 1st, 10am-4pm. Work left after February 1st will be charged $5 per day, per piece. Late fee payable at time of late pick-up. It is the exhibiting artist’s responsibility to make note of the pick-up dates. No exceptions, thank you for your cooperation.


2023 8 Visions Exhibition

A prestigious group show spotlighting eight member artists.

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Critical Dates for All 8 Visions Applicants

  • Mid/end Dec 2022: Notification emailed to all applicants.  
    • 20 finalists will be asked to continue in the process and prepare a digital portfolio.
  • January 21st, 2023: Digital portfolio deadline.
  • March 17th, 2023: Notifications emailed to all finalists.
    • 8 exhibiting artists selected.
  • April 22nd, 2023: Mandatory exhibiting artist in-person orientation.
  • July 21st and 22nd: Delivery of artwork for exhibition.
  • Aug 1st – 26th: 8 Visions Exhibition.
  • August 5th: Opening Reception
  • Aug 26th or 29th: Pick up of artwork.
  • Late Sept/Early Oct: Debrief meeting with all artists.

Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 (Tues – Sat, 10am-5pm).

Telephone: 508-222-2644 x10; email: office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Think Outside the Box


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Breaking News!

Phase 2 of Think Outside the Box is being installed throughout Attleboro, MA during 2022 and 2023. Be sure to check out eight additional works of art located at:

  • North Main Street and Elizabeth Street – Artist: Andrea Warner
  • County Street and Wall Street – Artist: Sandy Coleman
  • Kevin J. Dumas Ten Mile River Walkway (Wall Street entrance) – Artist: Kim Gale
  • County Street and Olive Street – Artist: Carol Wontkowski
  • South Main Street and Maple Street – Artist: Darren Baldwin
  • Union Street and Mill Street – Artist: Lisa Granata
  • Newport Avenue/West Street and Orr Avenue – Artist: Amanda Sharples
  • Thacher Street and Rathbun Willard Drive – Artist: Tracy Korneffel

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Public art enlivens and enhances cities and can turn public spaces into destinations.  Weaving visual art into an urban environment by offering public art encounters brings people together, creates pride-of-place and invites engagement. 

A collaboration between the City of Attleboro, Transformative Development Initiative (TDI) Partnership, Keep Attleboro Beautiful, Attleboro Arts Museum, local artists and a downtown property owner has been activated to transform the surface of Attleboro’s sidewalk utility boxes into gallery-worthy works of art.   

The Fungus Among Us by Abby Rovaldi appears on a utility box in Attleboro’s Gilbert Perry Square.  This photo is a rendering of the completed Phase 1 box.

Original drawings, paintings and digital creations from a team of artists that live and/or work in Attleboro encase six of the city’s utility boxes in the heart of the downtown. All of the artists, Tim Elliott, David R. Laferriere, Lindsay Nygaard, Abby Rovaldi, Kerry St. Pierre and Jess Tracey (Think Outside the Box Phase 1) have volunteered their time and talent to support the program.  This generosity applies to both Phase 1 and Phase 2 artists.

Each box is marked with a QR code. When viewers scan the code with a smartphone camera they’ll find a statement about the artwork pictured on a given box, background on each artist and an online survey to capture their feedback on the program.

This debut edition of Think Outside the Box serves as a pilot program.  It’s funded by the City of Attleboro, Keep Attleboro Beautiful and a private donation. Organizers hope to expand the program throughout the city and turn other basic, functional structures into contemporary, eye-catching street markers.

SHARE YOUR FEEDBACK! Let us know your thoughts on Think Outside the Box. Complete this brief survey: https://forms.gle/934UHpvyUtnCEvU4A

Sponsorship opportunites for additional boxes are available.  Email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org to learn more. 

Think Outside the Box is produced by (in alpha order): Attleboro Arts Museum, Lisa and Darren Baldwin, City of Attleboro Department of Public Works, City of Attleboro Veteran’s Department, Cool Air Creations, Inc., Consigli, Rick Correia, Laurie Drucker, George Durante, Catherine Feerick, Mim Brooks Fawcett, Mayor Paul Heroux, Brian Hodess, Kathy Ilkowitz, Keep Attleboro Beautiful, Mass Cultural Council, Transformative Development Initiative Partnership – Attleboro, MA.

Phase 1: Six of downtown Attleboro’s utility boxes were covered in original artwork by artists that live/work in the city.

Plan Your Museum Visit


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As of April 1st, 2022, masks are encouraged, but are optional, at the Attleboro Arts Museum. This applies to all visitors, art students of all ages, and touring groups.

Health & safety guidelines are continually audited and are subject to change. If there are any changes they will be reflected on this site.

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For the good of all Museum visitors, art students, art teachers and staff members, we ask that all individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms refrain from entering the Attleboro Arts Museum. Individuals with any of the following ailments should not be entering the Attleboro Arts Museum:

  • Fever or chills
  • A dry cough and shortness of breath
  • Feeling very tired
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • A loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Feel free to contact the Museum with any questions: 508-222-2644 x10.

Thank you for your support and partnership,

Mim Brooks Fawcett

Executive Director and Chief Curator

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