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Art Exhibits Archive

Carol Blackwell, January, Gallery

ONCE/AGAIN by Carol Blackwell, Opening Reception, Wednesday, January 13, 7:00 pm, on view through January 28 in the Gallery: This series of mixed media work resulted from deconstructing old paintings, printmaking and collage into fragments; then repeating this process with long-saved fabric and objects. By continuing to shift the torn fragments, mysteriously surprising compositions came to life. Often identified as an 'out-of-the-box' artist, Carol Blackwell’s work has been showed in many venues. She is a faculty member at Danforth Art Museum and the New Art Center.

Mario Quiroz-Servellon, January, Main Hall

Invisible No More: Domestic Workers, New Laws and Changing Culture by Mario Quiroz-Servellon, Opening Reception, Wednesday, January 6, 7:00 pm, on view through January 28 in the Main Hall: For Mario Quiroz-Servellon, photography is a tool to connect people and ideas. A photograph is the result of a relationship between photographer and subject, which itself aims to connect with a viewer. At the heart of his work, Mr. Quiroz sees himself as a good listener and a good storyteller. One of the principal quests of his work is to promote the need for comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. His goal is to become one of the leading photographers of the movement and to document this generation’s struggle for civil rights, much the same as Charles Moore, Danny Lyon or Bruce Davidson did in the 1960s.

Displays January 2015

Teen Gallery and Second Floor Display Cases: Glass Books, Photos and Altered Books from Newton North High School will be on view in the second floor Teen Gallery from early September 2015 through early spring 2016. Frames donated by Abraxis Framing Company in Auburndale, MA. (Image by: Aleah Cremer)

Atrium Case One: The library's ESL & Literacy program will be highlighting its One Program, One Book project. Info: 617-796-1364 or email esl@newtonfreelibrary.net. Visit us at esl.newtonfreelibrary.net.

 Atrium Case Two: Truly enjoying your 'golden years' depends on maintaining a well-functioning brain. Learn about wholesome foods and healing herbs to nourish, support and detoxify your brain and entire nervous system. Come to the Mindful Memory, Restoring Our Bombarded Brains program on Tuesday, January 12 at 7:00 pm with Cindy Hebbard, Master Herbalist and Wellness Educator.

Three Main Hall Cases: The Founders Chapter of the National American Glass Club (www.founderschapter.org) will spotlight several Industrial Designers and display a sampling of the glassware they designed and brought to the marketplace through American glass manufacturers.

Third Floor Language and Literacy Center Country Display: Learn about Australia from a display of books, CDs and DVDs!