UPCOMING MAA EXHIBITS
Winter, Holidays, and Year End
November 16, 2020 - January 8, 2021
Create artwork that speaks to the joy in the upcoming holidays and beautiful winter season. You may submit two pieces for this exhibit.
16th Annual Members' Art Exhibit
October 1 - October 31
Historically, this was held at the South Windsor Public Library. Due to COVID restrictions, this year, the exhibit will be held virtually during the month of October.
It will be judged by Agnes Wnuk, with ribbons
awarded in each medium category.
Manchester Memorial Hospital Gallery
132 Haynes St, Manchester, CT
The gallery at Manchester Memorial Hospital is one of our ongoing exhibits. Artwork in the Hallway Gallery is changed every three months. It's located on the first floor in the hallway behind the cafeteria.
You can see the artwork anytime the hospital is open.
The current exhibit will be in the hallway gallery of the hospital until mid-February, at which time all new artwork will be hung.
Register your artwork by Monday, February 17th. Drop-off is Tuesday, February 18 from 3 - 5 pm. at the Hospital. Any two-dimensional medium will be accepted. Member information sheet.
Manchester Town Hall Gallery
41 Center Street, Manchester, CT
The gallery on the first floor of Manchester Town Hall is one of our ongoing exhibits that gets changed every three months.
The gallery can be viewed anytime the Manchester Town Hall is open.
The next exhibit at Town Hall will be for all mediums. The current exhibit will be in gallery of Town Hall until March 12.
Register your artwork by Wednesday, March 11. Drop-off is Thursday, March 12 from 11 - 12:30 pm. Opening reception is Friday, April 3 from 5 - 7 pm. Member information sheet.
An Evening with the Impressionists
Saturday, April 25, from 6 pm - 9 pm
UUSE Meetinghouse, 153 Vernon St. West, Manchester, CT
The movie The Artistic Garden from the BBC series French Gardens will be shown. Tickets will go on sale soon and will be in limited quantities; more information to come.
We look forward to a FUN-raising evening!
Donate your Impressionist-style artwork – 100% of sale proceeds to benefit MAA.
Copy a famous impressionist from the late 1800’s such as Degas, Pissarro, Renoir, Manet, Monet, vanGogh and Cezanne. Better yet, create one of your own impressionistic paintings. It should be no larger than 16 x 20, framed. Member information sheet.