October 1 to November 17, 2018
The BGA’s “Monster Misunderstood” exhibit is in collaboration with the Belmont Public Library’s One Book One Belmont town-wide read of Frankenstein. “Monster Misunderstood” is the featured inaugural show of the BGA’s new gallery partnership with the library. Artists have creatively interpreted Mary Shelley’s classic novel.
With themes that include nature, science, identity, prejudice, isolation, alienation and family, Shelley’s Frankenstein–though originally published 200 years ago–still has a resonance to the many difficult issues that face our world today.
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Words and music by Woody Giessman Oct. 4, 7 to 9 p.m. As part of its “Rhythm and Hues: Art Inspired by Music” exhibit (now through Oct. 12), the Belmont Gallery of Art (BGA) presents a special gallery talk and performance “Words and Music” with artist Woody Giessman at 7 p.m. on Oct. 4. Giessman, the […]
African Art and Crafts All proceeds go to Together Central Buganda, an organization that aims to improve the health of women in Africa. WHEN: Monday, September 10, 10am to 7pm
Join Us for the Opening Reception, June 21, 6:30 to 8:30! Five Board Directors: Chris Arthur, Helen Canetta, Richard Hill, Rebecca Richards and Adine Storer and two guests: Trey Klein and Carol Wintle
March 23 to May 4, 2018
Wine, and light refreshments.
April 21 and 22: Special Events/Art Salons for the Fairytales exhibit include a Gallery Talk with Exhibit Artists and a Collage-Making Workshop led by artist Carol Wintle.
January 12 to March 10, 2018
Wine, and light refreshments
Friday, Dec. 8: 10am–4pm and 5pm–8pm
Sat., Dec. 9: 12pm–4pm (Open House!)
Sun., Dec. 10: 12pm–5pm
Friday, Dec. 15: 10am–4pm and 5pm–8pm
Sat., Dec. 16: 12pm–5pm
Sun., Dec. 17: 12pm–5pm
Live music, sweets, and shopping! What a nice way to spend an afternoon…
To help you celebrate the holidays, we’re pleased to present a live performance by vocalist Beth Purcell and pianist Joe Reid.
84 Leonard St.
Belmont Center, MA 02478
“This exhibit takes its title from a less-than-profound observation. We cannot see through, beyond or beneath the surface of things. Hence, in the visible world, home to the visual arts, everything is superficial.
This show is an annual spring tradition at the Belmont Gallery of Art. Come see and celebrate the work of Belmont’s young K-12 artists. A wonderful sampling of work is showcased from the visual arts program and curriculum within the schools. Featured are pieces in a wide variety of media including paintings, ceramics, prints, drawings and three dimensional work.
Families Reception: May 31, 6:30-8pm
Meet the artists and the teachers who inspire their creativity.
Friday, May 19 – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm, extended hours 5-7pm
Thursday, May 25 – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm, extended hours 5-7pm
Friday, May 26 – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm, extended hours 5-7pm
Sunday, May 21 – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm
Sunday, May 28 – CLOSED / Memorial Day Weekend
Wednesday, May 31 – Families Reception, 6:30–8pm
Thursday, June 1 – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm, extended hours 5-7pm (FINAL DAY OPEN TO PUBLIC)
Town Hall Complex
Homer Municipal Building
19 Moore St., 3rd floor
Belmont Center, MA 02478
Wheelchair accessible. On-street parking.
Thursday and Friday 10am–4pm
Saturday and Sunday 12–3pm
Visitors are also welcome to visit on other weekdays 10am–4pm