Spooky Toons Concert
Sunday October 14 at 8PM (Doors at 7:30)
Tickets $5 for members and $10 to the public.
Sponsored by Salem Arts Association and The Bridge at 211
location: Murray Hall at 211 Bridge Street
Join us for a spooktacular musical experience by renowned musician Dr. Douglas Major performing on the pipe organ at historic Murray Hall. The program will include music by Bach, as well as film music from Fantasia, Phantom of the Opera and others. The concert will be enhanced by lighting and sound effects, making a unique experience for Salem Hallowe'en revelers.
Dr. Douglas Major, former organist of the Washington National Cathedral from 1974-2002, has concertized all over the US , Europe and the Far East. He has recorded over a dozen albums of organ music in his long career, as well as touring with the French National Orchestra, playing in Carnegie Hall and 15 other concert halls across the US. His innovative concert programs always delight and thrill his audiences.
The Salem Arts Association will sell tickets for $5.00 to Salem Arts members and $10 to the public or at the door. Proceeds benefit the arts in Salem.
October 5 through November 4, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday October 5 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM
Salem Arts Association Presents “Dark Arts”. We invited our Salem Art Association members to explore Salem’s history with witchcraft, religion, and Halloween. This exhibit features spooky and fun creations by Salem Arts members.
Opening Reception: Friday, October 5 2018, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: October 5 through Sunday November 4, 2018
Gallery Hours are every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Our 12th Annual PEM Inspirational Exhibition, "Untold Stories,"
August 31 through November 4, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday August 31 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM
Salem Art Association presents “Untold Stories” an exhibition inspired by two current Peabody Essex Museum exhibitions, “The Last Empresses of China: The Forbidden City’s Untold Story” and “Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings.” Local artists present their untold stories, hidden relationships and familiar connections.
Our featured performer will be Masashi Nakamura -Guitar, Vocals. Born in Fukuoka, Japan Graduate, Berklee College of Music. Voted Best Guitarist in 1988 Yamaha Band Explosion Contest, Hagi City Area, Japan. His Group won Best Band award in same contest (1986-1988) Won 2nd place in Yamaha classical guitar Competition, Kyusha Area, Japan (1989) Performances with Slide Hampton, Robert Stanton, Shane Phillips, Sandra Rodrigues,The Ethiopian Reggae Band, Clarence Thompson Sr. and the New Spirits Appeared at SXSW (Austin, Texas) & Mob Fest (Chicago) Conferences, World Hunger Year (NY)
Salem Arts Association will have a 10x10 mobile shop in a prime location on Essex street during the Creative Collective October Market.
The Market, containing more than 100 vendors on Essex and Derby streets, will be three weekends prior to Halloween from 11am -5 pm.
October 13 & 14, October 20 & 21, and October 27 & 28.
Salem Arts Association members are invited to submit work to be sold at the market. Items such as prints, jewelry, pottery, and other small art pieces as well as Salem Arts Association merchandise.
Take in for Creative Collective Market will be at our gallery shop on the following dates:
Sunday, September 30 from 4-7
Sunday, October 7 from 3-6
Salem Arts Associationin collaboration with the City of Salem Public Art Commissionand SalemMain Streetsinvites local artists and artisans to participate in this year’s Holiday Artists’ Marketin the Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square, Salem, MA.
The Holiday Artists’ Market will be Saturday, November 24& Sunday November 25, 2018, with spaces of approx. 8’x 6’ for juried vendors with their artwork and creations. Spaces start at only $85.
Go to SalemArts.org/Holiday-Art-Market-infofor the application, vendor guidelines, and payment levels. All can be submitted online. Any questions, email us at info@SalemArts.org
Notifications of acceptance will be emailed by November 7.
Friday November 9 - Sunday December 16
Opening Reception Friday November 9, 5-8 PM
Salem Arts Association is excited to close our 2018 exhibition schedule with a showcase of our member artwork. All current Salem Arts members are invited to bring on your best work. Let’s show the community what we have to offer in all of our diverse styles and artistic disciplines. This is THE art Shopping Experience for the holidays.
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.”
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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