The Marlborough Arts Center cordially invites all regional artists to participate in our “East of the River” Juried Art Show of fine art, at 231 North Main Street, in Marlborough, Connecticut. The exhibition runs from April 21 – May 6, 2017, offering over $1000 in awards. The Juror of Selection and Awards is Bill Colrus, a graduate of Paier College of Art, where he subsequently went on to join the faculty, teaching for 33 years. Bill teaches various classes and exhibits throughout the area, garnering many awards.
This exhibit will have some special elements beyond the anticipated high quality of artwork. It will include an evening of Special Viewing by professionals and business personnel. To aid in the sale of your art, the Arts Center’s commission has been reduced to 20%. The Opening Reception on April 21st will include refreshments and a Silent Auction offering many interesting items. Open to all, this promises to be a special evening to come “Meet the Artists”, family, and friends.
Full details on submission, the calendar, and entry forms can be found in the Prospectus linked here. Receiving dates are April 13th and 15th. We are anticipating a wonderful turn-out; please kindly share this information with fellow artists and friends.
The Marlborough Arts Center is a non-profit regional center for the arts that is housed in the historic Charles W. Hall Gallery. It is surrounded by landscaped grounds and adjoined by an ART PARK that is in its second phase of development. The Arts Center is easily accessible from Routes 2 or 66, has handicap access and ample parking. For more information about events offered at the Center, please go to www.marlborougharts.org, or leave a message at(860) 295-9389, and a member of the Board of Directors will return your call.
We hope you will participate in our “East of the River” exhibit. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to share and sell your art, and join us for an enjoyable evening at our Opening Reception.
- NEW Watercolor Class with Audrey Carroll Prucnal
- April’s 4th Friday @ the Arts Cafe