Art Exhibit to celebrate re-emergence after pandemic

by | Jun 11, 2021

The Blackstone Valley Art Association (BVAA) invites the public to view “Re-emerging in the Valley,” a community arts exhibition of BVAA member works celebrating the re-emergence of community after a year of isolation. This special group exhibition will be held at the Spaulding R. Aldrich Heritage Gallery at Alternatives’ Whitin Mill,  50 Douglas Road, Whitinsville, MA 01588.

This event is being organized by the Blackstone Valley Art Association (BVAA) in association  with ValleyCAST, the art and culture subsidiary of Open Sky Community Services.

The exhibit will run from Thursday, July 1st through August 20th, with limited access during the  ValleyCAST Free Summer Concert Series on Thursday nights from 6-8 PM. Other visits by appointment only.

One goal of the exhibit is to highlight some lessons learned during the pandemic, including the  importance of connecting with loved ones, sharing laughter and treasuring the moment. The  BVAA hopes to inspire others to explore new avenues of expression through photography,  painting, drawing, and other forms of art.

To schedule an appointment to view the exhibit, call 508-234-6232. For more information, visit https://www.openskycs.org/news-events/events/valleycast-art-exhibit-re-emerging-in-the-valley/  or https://www.facebook.com/ValleyCAST