2018 29th Annual HPAA Art Exhibit at City Hall Plaza

Hyde Park Art Association Artists
In Exhibit – 29th Annual
Boston City Hall
Scollay Square Gallery

April 9 to May 11, 2018

Reception with Mayor Walsh: Thurs. April 26 at 3 pm


The Menino Arts Center proudly announces

IN CAMP AT READVILLE

a 3D exhibition created and presented by the 54th Regiment Re-enactors and Historical Society

The exhibition will be available from March 15 – April 27, 2018.

A must see, this is a rare and exciting 3D exhibition that visually brings to life what it was like to be part of the historical camp of the brave men who served in the 54th Regiment, the first African-American regiment organized in the northern states during the Civil War. An actual mock camp with tents and period artifacts along with photos will be set up in the hall and rooms at Menino Arts Center. Members of the re-enactors will be on hand during the exhibit to answer questions. This installation and presentation will highlight and educate this important period in US history and Hyde Park history. It is proudly in partnership with the celebration of the Hyde Park’s 150th year of incorporation (1868- 2018).

Gallery Hours:
Thurs. 12 – 5 pm
Fri. 10 – 4 pm
Fri. 5 – 8 pm
Sat. 1 – 5 pm

Opening Reception: Friday, March 16, 7-9 pm
Children’s Reception: Thursday, April 19, 1-3 pm.

Refreshments will be provided.
Free and all are welcome to attend.

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Current Exhibitions at the Menino Arts Center

WOMEN INK
An exhibit of works by 14 local calligraphers

(December 29, 2017 – March 1, 2018)
Members Gallery & Gallery 26
Curated by:  Sasja Lucas
Coordinated by: Chris Roberts

WOMEN INK is a community of lettering artists in the Greater Boston area who have been studying calligraphy together for many years—some for more than 25.

The study group developed from years of taking formal classes together at The deCordova Museum School, and, after the studio art programs were discontinued, stayed together, working in other spaces. The Ryan Estate in Lincoln is their current home, and each week they meet to experiment with paper, paint, ink, and letters, and to find inspiration and support from one another.

Exhibiting Artists:

Ruth Fleischmann

Nancy Galligan

Mary Grassi

Judy Hadley

Gail LaBrecque

Sara Milder

Deborah Miller

Jean Mollineaux

Cynthia Perkins

Chris Roberts

Gail Robichaud

Mary Steele

Lee Thurston

Heather Wiley


HOUR 15

An exhibit of works by 15 Curry College student artists
(December 29, 2017 – March 1, 2018)
Officers Gallery
Curated by:  Sasja Lucas

Exhibiting Artists:

Eric Andreu

Jordan Battey

Gabriela Figueroa

Courtney Fino

Grace Gentile

Yaela Goldblatt

Danielle Halperin

Sarah Kane

Noah Keegan

Loksan Kim

Hailey Matthew

Celene Mednick

Nicolette Moyer

Katherine Savoia

Demitria Ulino

Gallery Hours: Fridays, 10am – 2pm
(or by appointment)

Join us for the Artist Reception for our current exhibitions
Saturday, February 10, 2018
1-3pm
Menino Arts Center
Members Gallery & Gallery 26
26 Central Avenue
Hyde Park

Refreshments will be provided.
Free and all are welcome.

*additional gallery hours to be announced soon.


Previous and/or Ongoing Exhibits at The Menino Arts Center

Portraits, A Juried Exhibition

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Exhibition Dates: September 13 – October 19, 2017

Theme: What is a Portrait?

A traditional portrait is a likeness of a person, but beyond the literal it can express essence, memory
or personality. The MAC welcomes all 2D and 3D mediums.

Juror/Bio: Sally B. Moore is an Associate Professor of Art at Fitchburg State University. She holds a
BFA in painting, an MFA in sculpture from MassArt, and a BA in Theater Arts from Vassar College.
Solo sculpture shows include the Barbara Krakow Gallery, Stonehill College, Fitchburg State
University, Simmons College, and Phillips Academy Andover. Group shows include DeCordova
Annual, and the Fitchburg Art Museum. A commission of eight sculptures for the Ames Hotel in
Boston was featured on Channel 5’s Chronicle. She was a three time finalist for the Mass Cultural
Council’s Artist Fellowship Award and received an Artist’s Resource Trust grant from the Berkshire
Taconic Foundation. Her work has been reviewed in Art Forum, Sculpture Magazine, Art New
England, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe and is included in the collections of the
DeCordova Museum, Fidelity Investments, Simmons College, and Wellington Management.

 

Photography Exhibit

On behalf of the Menino Arts Center home of the Hyde Park Art Association, we are pleased to announce the 18 artists whose work has been selected for inclusion in our juried exhibition THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW.

The selection process was competitive and there were many excellent images. Our juror Erik Gehring was grateful for the opportunity to review the work submitted. Thank you very much for being a part of this process and congratulations on being selected!

THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW

Thursday, October 20 – November 30, 2016

1. Stephen Blinn
2. Renee Browne
3. Jean Cardia
4. Peter Chow
5. William Daniels
6. Donald David
7. Chloe DuBois
8. Andrey Gagarin
9. Jim Gamabaro
10. Mary Harrington
11. Nigel Logan
12. David Long
13. Robin MacDonald-Foley
14. Catherine McDonah
15. Robin Radin
16. Catherine Robotis
17. Richard Tranfaglia
18. Al Wallstrom

 

Previous and/or Ongoing Exhibits at The Menino Arts Center

Previous Exhibit

Crossing Lines

August 1 – September 10, 2016

Participating Artists include:

Dragan Grujic
Larry Johnson
Sasja Lucas
Walter Marroquin
David Mynott II
Erica Nazzaro
Dexter Roberts (artist and curator)

Previous Exhibit

Studio Artists of the MAC

September 12 – November 13, 2015

Participating Artists include:
Susan Allen
Antoinette Harrell
Madeline Lafarge
Rob Larsen
Brent Ridge
Judith Robichaud
Adele Rothman
Tamara Safford

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Rob Larsen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Madeline LaFarge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Previous Exhibit

Blended

An exhibit featuring the artwork of teaching artist Rosemarie Clinton and several of her watercolor students engaged in the Menino Arts Center’s (MAC) Mobile Arts Program as well as many MAC artists.

“This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture.”

Participating Artist Include:
Sharon Armour
Fidelina Arslle
Beatrice Baga
Mary Bellew
Rosemarie Clinton
Teresita Cuellar
William D.
Dionicia Eusebio
Rosemarie Ferraro
Harold Foppiano
Gladys Gondes
Ruth Hale
Mary Harrington (MarHarr)
Georgina Hassey
Gladys J
Larry Johnson
Geneva Kingswood
Madeline LaFarge
Sasja Lucas
Matthias Lupri
Dinorah Marine
Erica Nazzaro
Patricia Odom
Ana Oller
Mary Pagliarulo
Mary Parlione
Venancia Ramos
Rosa Ramos
Laura Richardson
Celia Robles
Fran Russell
Barbara Russo
Marianna Simari
Al Wallstrom
Dianis
and more

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