FAM EVENT CALENDAR
Let the sun shine in and come together to support Fitchburg Art Museum at:
A Night at the Museum:
The Age of Aquarius
MARCH 9, 2019 6-9PM
Enjoy groovy hors d’oeurves, far out cocktails, and mod music. Fab attire encouraged. Can you dig it? Be there or be square.
A Night at the Museum provides support for FAM’s education initiatives, exhibitions, and special programs. Our theme this year is inspired by the spring exhibition Fire and Light: Otto Piene in Groton, 1983-2014 as well as the 50th anniversaries of the Apollo 11 moon landing and Woodstock.
All tickets $50
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Proceeds from the Age of Aquarius will provide necessary support for the museum’s education, outreach, and public programs. Your help is appreciated.
Fitchburg State University
Lynne Benoit, Deb Faucher, Roderick Lewin, Achla Madan, William McSheehy, Nadine Price, Jocelynn Roetzer, Susan Roetzer
Free with Museum admission
A panel discussion on the effects of deindustrialization, as it relates to the region’s rich history of furniture making. Panelists include UMass Lowell Professor Robert Forrant, artist Tracie Pouliot, and former Nichols & Stone employees, followed by a talk by artist Liz Shepherd.
Cultural Heritage Day at the Fitchburg Art Museum on September 30th, 12-4PM, is an opportunity to learn about the important idea of heritage, how it defines who we are, and what kinds of resources are available to learn more about it. During interactive activities and talks, participants will learn about local cultural heritage as well as how past heritage from other countries and time periods are connected to us. Anyone with an interest in history and culture will love this event! There will be activities for adults, especially K-12 educators who can earn professional development points for the event, and children.
The Fitchburg Art Museum's next compelling New England contemporary art exhibition, Interior Effects: Furniture in Contemporary Art, opens with a reception on Sunday, September 23, 2–4pm.
From studio furniture to artworks ranging from sculpture to video, Interior Effects centers on furniture and its design as psychologically charged metaphors. The exhibition includes artwork by 10 New England artists: Katarina Burin, Sandra Erbacher, Samantha Fields, Yuri Kobayashi, Sarah Malakoff, Judy Kensley McKie, Tracie Pouliot, Celeste Roberge, Liz Shepherd, and Leah K. Woods.
Interior Effects is the second in a series of FAM exhibitions that link contemporary art practice to our region’s industrial heritage.
Guests will enjoy light refreshments and a cash bar at the opening reception.
The event is free with admission and free for all FAM members.
FREE admission to FAM, featuring artist talks with Scarlett Hoey and Mark Del Guidice at 5:30pm.
In celebration of FAM's 83rd Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft and Free First Thursday, two of this year's Regional Show prizewinners will offer short artist talks. To learn more about Scarlett's photography and Mark's studio furniture, please join us on Thursday, August 2 at 5:30pm.
Fitchburg Art Museum is proud to participate in the 10th anniversary of the Highland Street Foundation's Free Fun Fridays program.
FAM Admission is FREE during our extended hours from 10am – 4:30pm. Guests can enjoy activities throughout the day including face painting, art-making, and a treasure hunt. Check out the summer exhibits, including Howard Johnson: Phantastrophies as well as the 83rd Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft. Have fun designing an African mask or trying out an artist’s technique in one of our learning lounges.
Take part in the No Evil Project at Fitchburg Art Museum's Free Fun Friday.
Fantastical, Political closing tours with Curator Lisa Crossman and Koch Curatorial Fellow Lauren Szumita
Closing tours with Curator Lisa Crossman and Koch Curatorial Fellow Lauren Szumita: Saturday, June 2 and Sunday, June 3, 2pm
Thursday, May 10 – Theme: Fantastical, Political/Mirrors & Windows
The Central Massachusetts Portfolio Review is an opportunity for artists to have their portfolios or in-process series critiqued by area professionals and curators. The event will be held on May 5, 2018, 10 am – 3 pm at the Fitchburg Art Museum, in partnership with ArtsWorcester.
Artists, designers, and craftspeople are invited to have their portfolio or in-process series reviewed. Members of ArtsWorcester and the Fitchburg Art Museum are strongly encouraged to participate at a discounted rate.
The Fitchburg Art Museum and The Laurelwood Garden Club invite you to...
An Evening of Flowers, Music, Art and a Champagne Reception to honor 20 years of Art in Bloom and co-founder, Julia Casey
Friday, April 27, 2018
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Tickets are $30; $25 for FAM members. Available for purchase online, at the reception desk, or by calling 978-345-4207 x306 by Monday, April 23.