MAA Spring Exhibit
March 20 through May 2, 2021
We are excited to announce our current Spring Exhibit will be opening on March 20 and run through May 2. There is an exciting group of people gracing the walls of the King Hooper Mansion and hope that with the weather warming up you will come in and see the artwork of:
Jim Murphy – Photography.
Gail Giarrusso – Photography.
Montserrat College – Group Exhibit
Marblehead High School (NAHS) – National Art Honor Society
National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) – Group Exhibit.
Your Gift has the power to make the Difference!
The Marblehead Arts Association will soon begin its 99th year of “bringing art to life” in the greater North Shore community. Our Annual Appeal plays a critical role in helping to sustain and grow the MAA’s extensive educational resources, programming, vibrant exhibitions and community events. Your donation brings more culture and creativity to your neighborhood and beyond!
Looking for a gift idea for that hard to buy for person? How about making a donation to the MAA for their annual appeal?
If you would prefer to donate with a check, credit card or mail, please call us at: 781-631-2608 or
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MAA Artist Members Call For Works!!
Front doors, back doors, secret doors, and sliding doors; revolving doors, pocket doors, creaky doors, and barn doors…
Every door is an opportunity to close out or open up to a new world.
We have been behind closed doors for a long time and it is almost time to open our doors to Spring.
Artisan Shop at the MAA
Once again the Marblehead Arts Association would like to announce we have 7 artisans in the March 2-April 13 MAA shop. It is full of awe-inspiring, one of a kind unique gift-giving ideas – filled with bright colors, spring themes, and lively designs. We are sure you will find something for yourself or for that hard to please someone. Showcased in this group of artisans are Susan Schrader – handcrafted ceramics, artwork, Dennis Treece – original books and Eleanor Fisher glass shard paintings, Pam Duncan – handcrafted jewelry, Patricia Scialo –photography, Michele Martin Albee – photographic artwork and crafts, Barbara Rafferty – drawings and prints, and Michelle Brown –textiles, artwork, and more! You can view them by clicking here.
Who Are We
The MAA is a non-profit arts association with a mission to deliver a dynamic and engaging organization for artists and art appreciators.
What we do
Located in the historic King Hooper Mansion, we offer opportunities to grow as an artist and provide a welcoming, cultural experience for all.
Variations – A New England Regional Exhibit
February 8 through March 8, 2020Opening Reception: Sunday, February 9, 2-4 PM
Light refreshments will be served and many featured artists will be in attendance. Variations…. it’s what keeps outlooks fresh and interesting.Read More