Artist of the Month

The Center for Creative Worksart

Installation: November 25 - December 14
Reception: Friday, December 12, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

The Center for Creative Works (CCW) will exhibit original, inventive artwork by adults with developmental disabilities from the region. CCW is committed to an environment in which participants learn, engage, create, build skills, and take ownership & pride in their work and their place in the community.

Programs are offered in Painting & Drawing, Ceramics, Printmaking, Music, Multimedia, and Woodworking Craftmanship. Each program helps to develop the participants' artistic skills as they learn new creative outlets. The programs also create a feeling of connection and ownership.

 

Fireside Room Hours:    9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday,    9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sunday

 

Past Exhibits

Ruth Wolf (October 19 - November 23)

Pam McLean Parker (September 5 - October 12)

Visual Arts Group Made You Look (July 5 - August 31)

Noah Addis: Future Cities (June 1 - 29)

Members Art Show (May 1 - June 6)

Nancy Agati (April 2 - April 27)

Mark Mellett (February 26 - March 31)

Select Invitational Show and Fabric of Peace Quilts (January 17 - February 23)
Featuring paintings by Leslie Bowen, Giuliana Calabi, Mary Kane, Sandi Neiman Lovitz, and Valetta

ArtWell Group Exhibit (December 7 - January 12, 2014)

Laszlo Bagi: Almost All Trees (October 27 - December 1)

Betsy R. Miraglia: Paper / Print / Collage (September 15 - October 20)

Members Art Show (May 4 - September 8)

Amie Potsic: Made in China and Endangered Seasons (March 21 - April 28)

ARTsisters: Recycled, green art (February 16 - March 17)

Dumpster Divers: Upcycling Trash to Treasure (January 5 - February 10, 2013)

Emmy Lou Packard: Retrospective presented by her son Don Cairns (November 25 - December 31)

Kassem Amoudi: Narrative figure and color field paintings (October 13 - November 18, 2012)

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