Exhibits Gallery

Oct 15, 2019
Reception | November 7, 6-8pm at both gallery locations Awards will be announced at 7pm at University Place Gallery Artist Talk | November 16, 11am-2pm at Kathryn Schultz Gallery Exhibition Dates | November 7 – December 18, 2019 Juried by Sarah Montross, Senior Curator at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA Why BLUE? For 20 years, the Cambridge Art Association has hosted a...
Apr 17, 2019
The Cambridge Art Association is pleased to announce our 2019 National Prize Show, juried by Camilo Alvarez...
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Mar 13, 2019
This exhibition represents Lesley University’s student ceramic work, chosen by curator Andew Mroczek, from both the College of Art and Design and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. At Lesley Art and Design, clay is valued as a highly versatile artist material. Our philosophy is to honor the traditional uses of clay — pottery and sculpture — as well as to support emerging new uses and...
Sep 23, 2019
This class covers the basic functions of CCTV’s professional HD camcorders. You will learn basic safety and handling procedures through hands-on practice. This class certifies Members to check out CCTV’s camcorders. 1 sessions - Sunday, October 20th - 6-9pm - with Kevin Wetmore Register Today! contact Ellen Daoust at 617-661-6900 or email ellen@cctvcambridge.org Advance registration is...
Apr 12, 2019
A Retrospective Exhibition and Silent Auction honoring the work of Art and Design instructor, Ken Beck. All proceeds will benefit students in the fine arts department at Lesley University College of Art and Design. A gallery talk will take place with Arthur Dion, Gallery NAGA, and Michael David, Lesley Art and Design
Feb 20, 2019
Cambridge, MA, January 30, 2019—The Cambridge Art Association is pleased to announce our 2019 Members Prize Show, juried by Lisa Crossman, PhD (art historian, and curator at the Fitchburg Art Museum). The exhibit opens on Thursday, February 7, at University Place Gallery, and remains on view through March 23, 2019.
Sep 23, 2019
This year, we celebrate our 30th graduating class from the low-residency MFA in Visual Arts program at Lesley Art and Design. In celebration, we are proud to present the exhibition, Kith + Kin: Friends and Mentors of Lesley MFA, an exhibition that highlights the effort and contribution of mentors and visiting artists over the years. Many of the artists in the show have served as studio mentors...
Apr 12, 2019
Ken Beck was born in Salem, MA., and has been painting for more than 60 years. As a highly distinguished artist, he has been a presence in the Boston art scene for decades. Beck gained the admiration and respect of curators, critics, collectors, artists and students. He taught at Lesley University College of Art and Design (formerly the Art Institute of Boston) for 25 years. Beck’s works...
Feb 20, 2019
In Darker Joys four CAA artists invite you into their creative playground to revel in your base human instincts: a tangible expression of excess, a fearless exploration of medium and subject and an eagerness to surprise the viewer in ways both bold and subtle. We encourage you to gorge on those sweets and embrace the guilt and pleasure: lazy weekends, late night bacchanalia, tv binge watching...
Sep 4, 2019
Lesley Art and Design alumni Sarah Bates Washburn '15 and Timothy Bouldry focus on national and international sociopolitical issues in order to foster dialog and promote change. Organized by Brittany Benson ’19. The exhibition will be on display in the Raizes Gallery until October 13. An opening reception will be held September 12, from 7-8 p.m.
Apr 3, 2019
The notion of “many” is powerful. When presented with multiple images, the viewer tends to pause and look. Hundreds of something conjures a sense of commitment. Time invested in a concept speaks to dedication. Each of the three artists featured in this exhibition have their own way of “keeping count”. Each of these women has found the power of “many” to be a launching point for communicating...
Feb 15, 2019
Bonnell Robinson was born in New York City and after graduating from Columbia University went on to studies at MIT and RISD. She was a professor of photography and art history, as well as a curator for many years. Curating over 80 exhibitions, Robinson was the Director of Exhibitions for the Art Institute of Boston and later Lesley Art and Design. Her documentary photography has focused on sites...
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Aug 30, 2019
In Transit is a multidisciplinary exhibition that focuses on the tentative, limbo-like experience of living between different cultures. The exhibition explores the stories of immigrants who traverse the no-man’s land that exists between home and hope. The lives of those fleeing from unsafe, economically depressed homelands towards dreams of a more secure future are filled with boredom, sadness...
Mar 25, 2019
After Dark / In the Daylight: Open Studios at 11 Miller Street, Somerville, MA 02143 After Dark: Friday, 4/5: 6-9pm Music: Ken Field...
Feb 15, 2019
Vanishing in Plain Sight is Olivia Parker's journey into Alzheimer's Disease as experienced through her late husband, John Parker. A continuing work in progress, "Vanishing in Plain Sight" proves to be some of the most emotionally evocative and experimental work of Parker's long career. These photographs find her exploring new grounds, including self-portraiture and dramatic grid sequences, while...
Jun 6, 2019
SPECTRUM is a non-juried members exhibition held at the Cambridge Art Association’s University Place Gallery from July 9 - August 24, 2019. The theme of SPECTRUM aims to display a rainbow of artwork from our members with a variety of styles and media within the gallery space. The University Place Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm. Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8pm...
Mar 14, 2019
HOT STEAM is an annual film/video/art screening that brings scientists and artists together to exhibit and discuss science in an exciting and accessible way. It is free and open to the public and will be held at the MIT Museum.
Feb 5, 2019
Thoughts and dreams don’t simply appear in our heads, though they often feel sudden and random. Instead, they travel from one part of our brains to another, creating a path of neurons and reactions that ends in our consciousness. In her upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery, “Gray Matter,” Heidi Whitman creatively maps these journeys in sculptures and drawings. The selections in the show...
Jun 6, 2019
The 2019 Emerging Artists Exhibition is a juried show that exhibits emerging artists of all ages at the Cambridge Art Association’s Kathryn Schultz Gallery from July 9-26, 2019. This exhibition is juried by Chanel Thervil, a Haitian-American artist and educator who has been recently making a splash in Boston via her public art, portraiture, and collaborations with institutions like MassArt’s...
Mar 13, 2019
In the sixth year of our annual spring event, Lesley University’s Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences and Violence Transformed look to embrace the artist as social activist with “The Future of the Past: Art and Activism.” With this exhibit we affirm the power of art, artists and art-making to hold a mirror to us all and to thereby ask us all to take a close look at the world we live in:...
Jan 28, 2019
Core faculty members from the College of Art and Design will exhibit their personal work in both the Lunder Arts Center's Roberts and Raizes galleries and University hall's VanDernoot Gallery. Their work will be exhibited from January 29 to February 24, with an opening reception on February 7 from 6-8 p.m. Spanning department and medium, faculty exhibiting work include Michael Annear,...

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