Art in Giving & MBACC Collaborative Art Exhibit Opening Reception

Time and Date: 
Thursday, June 16, 2016 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: 
MBACC, 123 High Street, Dedham, MA 02026

Mother Brook Arts & Community Center and Art in Giving will host a collaborative art exhibit at MBACC from June 6 through July 31 with an opening reception on Thursday, June 16 from 6pm – 8pm.  The exhibit is curated by Carol Seitchik and features work by Art in Giving artists and MBACC resident artists.

The exhibit will feature artists: Terry Boutelle, Judith Brown, Jody Burr, Jodi Colella, BJ Comerford, Nicole Duennebier, Angela Fiori,  Percy Fortini-Wright, Suzanne Grey, Michael Moore, Barbara Moody, Donna Leventhal, CJ Lori, Susan Lyman, Dennis Stein, Mark Thayer, Lawrence Zinno

Art in Giving (www.artingiving.org) is an organization that combines art and philanthropy by raising money for childhood cancer research through the sale of fine art.  All participating artists have agreed to donate a portion of exhibit sales to Art in Giving and MBACC.

“Collaborating with Art in Giving provides us with a distinctive opportunity to introduce new artists to our community and support a great cause,” said MBACC Executive Director Jean Ford Webb.

About Art in Giving

Art in Giving combines the ingenuity of childhood cancer researchers with the creativity of artists. Researchers stretch the limits of their minds in a relentless pursuit to cure cancer.   Artists stretch the limits of their imagination to appeal to our hearts and souls.   Art in Giving follows a unique path that combines the creativity and generosity of its artists with the needs of talented cancer researchers. Up to 50% of the proceeds from the sale of art through the efforts of Art in Giving are donated to The Rachel Molly Markoff Foundation.  The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that makes grants to cancer researchers.

About Mother Brook Arts & Community Center

Mother Brook Arts & Community Center (MBACC) is a 501(c)3 organization in East Dedham committed to building community through the arts. It strives to encourage the imagination of youth, inspire and expands the lives of adults and seniors and attract established and emerging artists of excellence and relevance. MBACC hosts studio space, adult and children classes, performances and arts programming, and meeting space available to the greater Dedham community. Located at 123 High Street in Dedham MBACC is located at 123 High Street in Dedham, a former elementary school that built in the 1920s and undergoing renovations.