Our Late Summer Exhibit is on the walls! This show will run from August 7 through September 19th.
This exhibit features 2 solo shows by Eleanor Fisher and John Wathne, a group show from the Galleries at Lynn Arts (GALA), and Elements which is a juried MAA Artist Member exhibit. In the Hendrick gallery, we have the Fort Sewall Tree Exhibit. This exhibit is made up of wood taken from the iconic tree that was lost in a storm in 2019. The following artists were asked to create something out of this wood. They are John vanRemoortel, Harold Hansen, Davita Nowland, Jean Yeaple, Chuck Nyren, and Mayank Trivedi. These are beautiful pieces of art that you don’t want to miss.
Please come in and visit with us and enjoy the exhibit, we have many beautiful pieces on the walls.
Date: November 4, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Doors open at 6:30 PM
Cassandre McKinley – Vocals
Tim Ray – Piano
Marty Ballou – Bass
Dave Mattacks – Drums
“There’s a music style called ‘jazzsoul’ (we made it up) and our anointed queen is Boston native Cassandre McKinley.– The Boston Globe
For more information on the band click here.
Tickets are also on sale at the Marblehead Arts Association, 781-631-2608, or Arnould Gallery. Click here to purchase online
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The Marblehead Arts Association has begun it’s 99th year of “bringing art to life” in the greater North Shore community. Your donation brings more culture and creativity to your neighborhood and beyond!
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The Fort Sewall Oversight Committee and Marblehead Arts Association Enter into an Artistic Collaboration
Artisan Shop at the MAA
Once again the Marblehead Arts Association would like to announce we have new artisans in the MAA shop through September. 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:
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