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The Whistler House Museum of Art's annual Fall Juried Members Exhibition is one of the most highly anticipated on the local art calendar. And this year's is no exception, featuring an eclectic array of artworks created by members of the Lowell Art Association, the oldest incorporated art association in the country.   Read More >>
It's that time of year again for member shows at area galleries and museums. This week, it's the Brush Art Gallery and Studio artists' turn with an opening. Members of the New England Sculptors Association are also participating in the group show that runs Nov.   Read More >>
Dracut-based artist Claire Gagnon has long loved painting the scenery surrounding her home. She shares her affection in a new solo show aptly entitled "The Beauty of Lowell," on view through Dec. 10 at the Greater Lowell Community Foundation, 100 Merrimack St.   Read More >>
Art/Exhibits: 10/24/2018 Boott Cotton Mills Museum -- 115 John St., Lowell. Lowell Talks: A Conversation with Benjamin Butler, Sun., Nov. 4, 11 a.m.-noon; Robert Scott portrays the Lowell native and 19th-century lightning rod.   Read More >>
Lowell's urban legacy is explored in dramatic fashion in a new exhibition presented by The Humanities Center at Middlesex Community College. Entitled "Lowell's Urbanscape: A Legacy of Newcomers," it features 14 vivid black-and-white photographs of Lowell by Jen Bauer and Jeff Caplan.   Read More >>
The Arts League of Lowell artists honor the legacy of Lowell native son Jack Kerouac's legendary wanderings in their current show, "Journeys," at the ALL Gallery, 307 Market St., Lowell, on view through Nov.   Read More >>
"Visual Language," the annual juried show at Loading Dock Gallery, features the work of more than 20 New England artists and is on view through Oct. 28 in the Western Avenue Studios venue, 122 Western Ave.   Read More >>
The Young Company at Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham is into something new this weekend. It'll embark on an epic -- and fast -- journey to stage of "Legally Blonde -- The Musical" in just 24 hours.   Read More >>
The Whistler House Museum of Art and the Brush Art Gallery and Studios are two of Lowell's most well-known and long-standing art institutions. This fall, they join forces as partners in "Creative Fusion: The Brush at the Whistler," a showcase of Brush Studio artists' work on view at the Whistler House, 243 Worthen St.   Read More >>
Lowell is ripe for something new musically. And Image Theater's Jerry Bisantz and his producing partner, Ann Garvin, have the answer -- a casual musical cabaret. They introduce their new venture Friday, Oct.   Read More >>

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