Then and Now: 34 Years, 55 Artists

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Then and Now: 34 Years, 55 Artists

March 2 – April 2, 2017

The Umbrella has been a haven for artists since its founding in 1983. Our 55 current resident artists, some of whom have been in the building since the very beginning, keep alive The Umbrella’s commitment to the arts through their daily creative process.  When they started, the old Emerson High School was a run-down, abandoned shell. Through their efforts, both to fix the building itself and to create their own art, what was once an eyesore is now a point of pride for the Concord Community

In recognition of over 12,400 days of artistic practice, Then and Now: 34 year, 55 artists exhibits two pieces of art from each of our participating resident artists: an example of their current work and a piece from the beginning of their career. Visit our gallery any day of the week to see the stories held in between the rich history and the inspiring current work of The Umbrella’s community of artists.

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