The Mosesian Center for the Arts annual juried member exhibition featured a broad range of work from varied and talented member artists. A “Best in Show” cash prize was awarded by a panel of guest jurors representing three regional art centers, offering an opportunity for regional arts professionals to become acquainted with MCA member work.
Mosesian Center for the Arts, October 21 – November 3, 2017
Kimberly Thompson Panay (planning and curation)
Nora Andreasian-Thomas, Alik Arzoumanian, Jean Aserkoff, Sherry Autor, Elissa Barr, Cat Bennett, Carole Smith Berney, Jon Bockian, John Bryer, Aram Brunson, Janet Buck, Donna Calleja, Helen Canetta, Lisa Cohen, Cara Coleman, Nancy Crasco, Cindy Cuba Clements, Beth Dalal, Dawna Davis, Ann Forbush, Catherine Garnett, Richard Giedd, Lynda Goldberg, Bill Hecht, Susan Jones, Carole Katz, Maria Lindberg, Jessica Lomeli, Carolyn Mackin, Kathleen Manley, Monica McAlpine, Amy McGregor-Radin, Susan Plant, Lois Rosenbloom, Missy Shay, Adrienne Shishko, Rebecca Skinner, Adrienne Sloane, Robert Smith, Marsha Stewart, Kathi Tighe, Kim Triedman, Nima Veiseh, Patricia White, Carol Wintle, Annie Zygarowicz
3S Artspace, Portsmouth, NH — www.3sarts.org
3S Artspace is a 501C3 nonprofit alternative arts organization that combines the only midsize, flexible performance space of its kind in the Portsmouth, NH area including a large, non-commercial gallery, and an affordable and approachable restaurant serving as a local hub, ideal as a gathering place for patrons and locals alike. 3S is dedicated to presenting and supporting bold, emerging art and entertainment and cultivating an informal space for the exchange of ideas and creativity.
Crossings Gallery, Harvard Ed Portal, Allston, MA — edportal.harvard.edu
The Harvard Ed Portal is a collaborative partnership between Harvard, the Allston-Brighton community, and the City of Boston. The Ed Portal is the Allston-Brighton community’s front door to Harvard’s educational, arts, wellness, and workforce and economic development programs. The Crossings Gallery is a street-level art gallery at the intersection of Western Ave. and North Harvard St. in Allston, which exhibits work from Harvard and Allston-Brighton artists. The gallery has a dual mission of artistic and educational excellence and works to create an immersive and thought-provoking space for learning and collaboration. Additional programming allows visitors to learn from artists and engage with issues raised by the work on display.
Jamestown Arts Center, Jamestown, RI — jamestownartcenter.org
The Jamestown Arts Center is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary facility whose mission is to engage, enrich and inspire local and surrounding communities through extraordinary arts and educational experiences. JAC provides space for education, exhibition, rehearsal, performance, and interdisciplinary art camps, as well as opportunities including employment, mentoring, outreach, internships, and patronage.