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- Making Art Make a Difference Since 1982 -
Working artists coming together to make art accessible to the community through exhibits, classes, and conversations.
 
 

Begining March 31:
Visual Voices VIII:
A biennial city-wide art show featuring work by Lowell’s K-12 student artists

image Visual Voices VIII celebrates Lowell’s K-12 student artists with exhibits at The Brush Gallery and Studios, Lowell Telecommunications Corps and The Whistler House Museum of Art.

Elementary School Artwork: Brush Art Gallery and Studios
Artwork will be on display until April 29
Reception Time on April 7th: 1-3pm. Award ceremony begins at 1:30 pm.

Visual Voices, started in 2002 by art teacher and local artist Lolita Demers, has grown into a biennial city-wide art event thanks to the collaborative efforts of local galleries, art teachers and the incredible student artists.

Thank you to the Lowell Public Schools, the Lowell Cultural Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council for their continued support of the student artists in Lowell.

Visual Voices is organized by a dedicated group of art teachers including Julia D’Angelo, Murkland School, Lolita Demers, Morey School, Chrissy Dixon, McAuliffe School, Marta Magnus, Lowell High School, Erin Noonan, Lincoln School, Denise Piekos, Bartlett School, and Dr. Sharon Clark, Fine Arts Department Chair, LHS.
 
 

The Brush is supported by the Lowell National Historical Park and Eastern National

image The Brush Art Gallery and Studios
256 Market Street, Lowell, MA 01852
(978) 459-7819

We are located in the building behind the Visitor Center on Market Street.

Parking is available in the lot at 304 Dutton St, Lowell, MA 01852 (follow signs for Visitor Center)