Exhibitions 

How to Remain: An Exhibit for Youth Art Month
3/6/21 to 4/17/21
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You don't need to be told that 2020 was a difficult year for everyone. We shut down our exhibits and our art classes to try to do our part. But we're going to reopen and continue with our traditions in 2021. And one our favorite traditions is the exhibit that commemorates Youth Art Month in March. This year we open that show for its third annual iteration with a reception on March 6.

The show's title comes from Picasso's statement that you may already know:

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up."

The exhibit features pieces that are collaborations between adults and youth. We have multiple artists participating and each has teamed up with one or more youth. We look forward to seeing what they create! Here are the details: The reception opens at 6:00 pm and runs through 8:00. Please register in advance to help us maintain necessary precautions. The exhibit will hang through April.

We have taken precautions in light of the ongoing pandemic. In addition to giving us a headcount so we can maintain a safe number in the gallery, the food and drink offerings are more limited than typical and on a 'grab n go' basis. We ask that you maintain social distance and that you wear masks when not eating or drinking. 

Hope to see you there!