Currently in our Galleries

Women of Vision

Artwork by the National Association of Women Artists, MA Chapter
Reception Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015. 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from JUne 5 - August 28, 2015

This summer the Multicultural Arts Center welcomes the artists of NAWA, an association that has, for 125 years, fostered public awareness of and interest in visual art created by women. “Women of Vision" is a collection of works by contemporary women artists from Massachusetts ranging from striking portraiture to dynamic abstract pieces. These works reflect on the artistic exploration of women artists here and now.


Participating Artists

Nella Lush, Lully Schwartz, Deedee Agee, Susan G. Hammond, Susan Miller Havens, Beverly Shaw-Starovich, Christine Frisbee, Debra Corbett, Gail E. Davis, Lisa Goren, Jennifer Jean Costello, Lorrie Berry, KT Morse, Judy Metcalfe, Pat Paxson, Mimi Reilly, Rosalie Anna Cuticchia, Ilene Richard, Rosalie Sidoti

Coming Up in our Galleries

Manko: Togetherness

Paintings by Audrey Diallo
Reception Date: Thursday, September 17 2015. 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from September 4 - October 30, 2015

In the Upper Gallery

Music and history are deeply intertwined in West Africa… and visual art is a part of the process. Every moment of the day includes a tribute to the songs and dances of the ancestors. The word Manko in Wolof roughly translates to “Togetherness” or “Community”, a concept that is all pervasive in daily life. Diallo’s paintings aspire to build visual bridges for the viewer who is invited to hear the sounds, imagine the faces, and feel the connections we all share.


Check out her website HERE.

The Map is not the Territory

Parallel Paths: Palestinians, Native Americans, and Irish
Reception Date: Thursday, September 17 2015. 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from September 4 - November 3, 2015

In the Lower Gallery


This culturally-varied exhibition looks at relationships and commonalities in Palestinian, Native American, and Irish experiences of invasion, occupation, and colonization – not as novelty or polemic, but as history and current events. The diverse images and thirty-nine contemporary artists in this touring exhibition come together to shape vibrant and penetrating narratives. In doing so they confront history, investigate personal sand political dialogue, and reflect the multiple truths in Korzybski’s dictum that “the map is not the territory.”


This exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Boston Palestine Film Festival (October 16-25th) which, since 2007, has been introducing Palestine-related cinema, narratives, and culture to New England audiences via film, art, and music.

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To submit work for consideration for an exhibition in one of our galleries, please follow submission guidelines on our Call to Artists page under Visual Artists.


Upper Gallery Diagram
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Lower Gallery Diagram
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