go out doors

Brewsters Woods Door by Bill Turville
December 9, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
The Umbrella has collaborated with Mass Audubon  on a new entry to the 2022 Go Out Doors - Neighbors project by longtime friend of The Umbrella, artist William Turville!Mass Audubon has opened up a very large and scenic parcel of woodlands, wetlands, and fields along the Concord River for public use. This old farmland estate is part of a large parcel formerly owned... Keep Reading »
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October 28, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
Since the summer of 2020, the ever-evolving and growing “Go Out Doors” outdoors public art exhibition has surprised and delighted innumerable strollers, cyclists and drivers throughout Greater Boston. Inspired by the En Plein Air exhibition on NYC's High Line, the original “Go Out Doors” exhibition of artfully upcycled doors was commissioned for... Keep Reading »
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Go Out Doors Community Call Graphic
June 22, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
After two years of expanding our popular Go Out Doors - Neighbors public art installations throughout Metrowest and Greater Boston, The Umbrella Arts Center wants to bring this community-building event to our neighbors all throughout Concord. This summer, we invite Concord-area residents and businesses to artistically decorate your own Go Out Doors-style... Keep Reading »
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January 10, 2022 by Rachel Olson
Thanks to Minuteman Media Network for its new program highlighting this season’s Go Out Doors - Neighbors installation at Bradford Mill in West Concord, in collaboration with Artscape. The new segment shares the background of the multiyear Go Out Doors project and interviews several of the participating artists at Bradford Mill. MMN had also covered the original Go Out... Keep Reading »
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November 1, 2021 by Rachel Olson
Artists Respond to Famed Park Sites, Connecting Park to The Umbrella's Expanding "Go Out Doors" Regional ProjectAn exciting new public art exhibition has been installed in the Minute Man National Historical Park this month, in collaboration with The Umbrella Arts Center. Curated by Monkeyhouse, Go Out Doors – Minute Man National Historical Park brings unique, Park-... Keep Reading »
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August 31, 2020 by Anonymous
Article by Diana KennedyAlong the recently opened 2C section of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail in Concord, one can enjoy views of the charming downtown area, sunflowers, and cornfields. Now, a public art exhibit sponsored by The Umbrella Arts Center titled “Go Out Doors” further enhances the already beautiful pathway, encouraging people to walk, bike, or run the 2.5 mile... Keep Reading »
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