Gathering Places: Annual Musketaquid Earth Month Exhibit
Annual Musketaquid Earth Month Exhibit
April 6 – May 7, 2017
- Opening Reception: April 6 from 6:00-8:00 pm
Throughout its history, Concord has been a gathering place for native peoples, and revolutionaries, writers and philosophers, literary and historical pilgrims. Concord also provides natural gathering spots: communal nesting sites for herons, refuges for migratory birds, dens for foxes and other mammals, lodges for muskrats and beavers. Some gathering places are relatively permanent, but others may be ephemeral: a tree where birds roost for a night, a stump where squirrels gather to eat nuts, or a table where friends gather for coffee and conversation.
Gathering Places can reinforce our shared bonds, our commitment to happy and healthy communities, and our resolve to defend the vulnerable places and populations (human, plant, and animal) that need our care and attention. See how artists from The Umbrella Community interpret Gathering Places in the Musketaquid Earth Month Exhibit, a non-juried exhibition open to artists of all ages and experience.