Salem Arts Association's Galleries and Artisan Shop are located at "The Bridge at 211" in Salem, MA. This facility provides the Salem Arts with excellent gallery exhibition space, a gallery shop, workshop area, and event facilities. This facility offers Salem Arts members, and the public, unprecedented exhibition and learning opportunities. Plus our home allows Salem Arts to take advantage of performance and event space available at “The Bridge” and better deliver our mission “To bring art, in all its forms, to the community and bring the community, in all its diversity, to the arts in Salem, Massachusetts.”
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Salem Arts Association is bringing figure drawing opportunities to Old Town Hall This spring!
Drawing from life has been an essential tool in the history of the arts. Figure models are an essential part of learning to draw the human figure.
Two evenings are planned:
Doors open at 6:30 to prepare and settle in.
These workshops will be held at Old Town Hall in Salem, MA on the lower level.
We’ll have a live model for a two-hour session to practicing drawing a model from life. There will be no instruction.Model will pose for various durations between 7 and 9 p.m.
Our event is hosted by Sue Grillo And Beki Ferrari; two members of the Salem Arts Association who have founded and have been hosting Salem’s premier weekly Drink n’ Draw for over 2 and a half years at the Gulu Gulu Cafe.
Get more information here... Figure Drawing at Salem Old Town Hall
Salem Arts Association is offering the opportunity to submit work exploring the meaning of "Roots" for an exhibit at Old Town Hall. All current Salem Arts members are eligible. “Roots” is one of the themes of this year's Salem Arts Festival. Interpretations include living things and their roots, ancestry, home and country, family and any other creative explorations of this theme.
Drop Off Submissions:
Open Call, Non-Members Welcome to submit
UPDATED DROP OFF INFO!!!
SUNDAY Drop off is at Salem Arts Gallery, 211 Bridge Street, 12-3PM
MONDAY Drop off is at OLD TOWN HALL, 12 Derby Square, 5-8PM
If you are submitting larger items or artwork that is either large, heavy, difficult to carry, very fragile, or requires installation, then please bring on MONDAY to Old Town Hall. All other items with average size and weight may be delivered either take in time. Works submitted at Salem Arts Gallery will be transported by volunteers to Old Town Hall.
Salem Arts Scholarships are awarded each spring to a students pursuing the arts either through a university program or through an art school. We offer two scholarships, The Paula Beaulieu Art Scholarship for $1000 to a Salem High School senior, and the Ellen Hardy Memorial Scholarships for $500 to any Salem resident graduating from a Salem school.
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