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Art Exhibits Archive

Newton Art Association, September, Gallery

Opening Reception, Newton Art Association’s 67th Annual Awards Show, Wednesday, September 7, 7:00 pm, on view September 2-29: View original works by more than 80 Newton Art Association (NAA) members including paintings, photographs, prints, sculpture and ceramics in the Gallery, Main Hall and three first-floor display cases. NAA will award $1200 in prizes to show participants. Juror William Pope will select the winners. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Zullo Gallery Center For The Arts in Medfield, MA.

The Newton Art Association, founded in 1949 by the late James King Bonnar and a small group of artists, seeks to encourage the expression of fine arts in the Newton community. Outstanding New England artists demonstrate their techniques at free NAA programs on the second Thursdays of the month, September through May at the Newton Senior Center in Newtonville. The NAA also organizes critiques, lectures, workshops and exhibits for members throughout the year. Visit: www.newtonartassociation.com. Info contact: Linda Rinearson at lindarino@rcn.com or 617-332-3780. (Image by: V. Varadian)

 

Newton Art Association, September, Main Hall

Opening Reception, Newton Art Association’s 67th Annual Awards Show, Wednesday, September 7, 7:00 pm, on view September 2-29: View original works by more than 80 Newton Art Association (NAA) members including paintings, photographs, prints, sculpture and ceramics in the Gallery, Main Hall and three first-floor display cases. NAA will award $1200 in prizes to show participants. Juror William Pope will select the winners. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Zullo Gallery Center For The Arts in Medfield, MA.

The Newton Art Association, founded in 1949 by the late James King Bonnar and a small group of artists, seeks to encourage the expression of fine arts in the Newton community. Outstanding New England artists demonstrate their techniques at free NAA programs on the second Thursdays of the month, September through May at the Newton Senior Center in Newtonville. The NAA also organizes critiques, lectures, workshops and exhibits for members throughout the year. Visit: www.newtonartassociation.com. Info contact: Linda Rinearson at lindarino@rcn.com or 617-332-3780. (Image by: T. Reed)

Displays Sepember 2016

Teen Gallery and Second Floor Display Cases:

A Snapshot of Newton South Arts. On view through early fall 2016 in the second floor Teen Gallery: The exhibition is an accurate reflection of the quality and breadth of work produced by South students. A lively opening reception is planned, at which a Newton South High School ensemble will delight us with their music as part of the festivities. The public is welcome. The library wishes to extend its gratitude to Eric Blomster of Abraxis Framing Co. in Newton, who generously donated his time, and provided the frames cost-free, to Whole Foods for providing refreshments for the opening and to members of the Newton Camera Club who hung the show. (Image by: Julia Payne)

Atrium 1 and 2: Learn about Newton’s recent designation as a member of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, an affiliate of the World Health Organization Age-Friendly Cities and Communities Program, PLAAN (Planning for an All Age-Friendly Livable Newton), and programs and services available to you through the Newton Department of Senior Services. On view September 2-29.

Three Main Hall Cases:
Works by  members of the Newton Art Association. On view September 2-29.

Third Floor Language and Literacy Center Country Display: Learn about South Africa from a display of books, CDs and DVDs! On view September 2-29.