Workshops
Taught by JPAA Members


Saturday, November 18, 10 am - 4 pm
Erik Gehring
Photographing, Organizing, and Preparing Your Artwork for Digital Submission
Concord Art
37 Lexington Road, Concord, MA

In this all-day workshop Erik will photograph attendees’ work and demonstrate how to organize your catalog and streamline your workflow as you prepare images of your artwork for submission to exhibitions.  For more info: www.concordart.org


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Tuesday, December 12, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Cristina Rosa Nelson
Mixed-Media Collage for All Levels
The Loring Greenough House kitchen
12 South Street, Jamaica Plain.

Some parking available in the house parking lot.
This workshop accommodates all levels of experience, from beginner to advanced. Collages will be made on small boards, which will have screw hooks in the back for wiring and hanging.  All materials will be provided, but attendees are urged to bring small swatches of decorative and/or wrapping paper, photographs, pictures from magazines, and small objects, including large buttons and beads.
REGISTER:  on the LGH website, http://loring-greenough.org/
SUGGESTED DONATION:  $10


Any Friday!
Friday Afternoon Portrait drawing/painting
2 - 4pm every Friday (except holidays)
Menino Art Center
26 Central Avenue, Hyde Park

A live model is provided. Participants may make a $5.00 donation help cover the model fee. A weekly posting to the Art Center’s facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/hpaamac/) announces any cancellations and the name of the scheduled model.
Questions? Email: alwallstrom@comcast.net


Anytime!
Build Your Own Workshop
with Jessica Burko
SoWa Boston, MA

Choose from creative arts and arts marketing topics, gather your friends, and schedule your workshop. Topics include: The Power of Arts Marketing, Writing for Artists, Paper Quilts, and Image Transfers. Click HERE for more information.


Anytime!
Francesca D'Elia
Watercolor Workshop

Learn how to create beautiful, pure color paintings, as taught by Watercolorist and Specialist Francesca D'Elia. By adapting the 1800 technique the"English Method". Francesca has developed a looser, freer, painting style, which will enable you to you to experience a faster, easier method of painting with the watercolor medium.
To schedule a workshop with Francesca CONTACT: francescadelia@hotmail.com.

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Exhibitions Including
Art by JPAA Members


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September 10 - November 30, 2017
Silvina Mizrahi
Artist of the Month
Friend Smithsonian Museum
135 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

Great tiny Museum!


November 1 - December 31, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday November 18th 6 - 8pm
Andrea Tamkin, Connie Bigony, Suzanne Hoffman, Erica Nazzaro, Yvonne Troxell
Monhegan 5; #FiveWomenArtists
JP Licks
659 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

This exhibition is the result of five artists responding to the magic of Monhegan Island, Maine. We all worked for a week in June of 2017 creating drawings and paintings that communicate the beauty and majesty of the island. We are happy to note how the colors and forms of the different paintings compliment each other in spite of the stylistic differences of the individual artists.


November 3 - 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 5, 3 - 6pm
Joanna Kao
Transforming Outrage
The Piano Craft Gallery
793 Tremont St., Boston MA 02118

A solo retrospective  exhibition  entitled Transforming Outrage is planned at Boston's Piano Craft Gallery. The reception is Sun., Nov. 5, 3-6pm.. Two related events are planned: Sun. Nov.12 at 3pm, an artist's discussion will take place followed by a concert with Emma Gies, violin and vocals, featuring gypsy influenced music. The second event, Sun. Nov. 17, is a discussion with Wafaa Wahabi at 7pm on wearing the veil.


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November 15, 2017 - January 13, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 16, 5-9pm

Jessica Burko
Quiet/Loud
ArtProv Gallery
150 Chestnut Street
Providence, RI 02903

Solo exhibition in Burko’s most recent chapter of striving to make sense between the dichotomy of asserting an identity as an individual and being lost in the onslaught of responsibility to others. Beneath thick layers of encaustic medium figurative images are captured in frenzied motion seeming to emerge out of the haze. Created as a response to the demands of modern motherhood, Quiet/Loud treads heavily on unspoken taboos.



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November 20 - December 24, 2017
Opening Reception: December 9, 6-9pm
Stacey Messier
South Coast Small Works Show
Groundwork!
1213 Purchase Street, New Bedford, MA

1st annual national small works exhibition curated by Jacob "Makerjake" Ginga.