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August is Textile Month in Lowell, with various galleries and museums showcasing all manner of quilts and fiber exhibits in America's original Mill City. Several are hosting receptions this Saturday. It's "Fabrication of Imagination 2019" at the Arts League of Lowell's ALL Gallery on Market Street.   Read More >>
 
Get out the voteThroughout August, Concord Museum is commemorating the 100th anniversary of Massachusetts ratifying the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. Activities include "Art and Action for Suffrage," a family drop-in art program, Saturday, Aug.   Read More >>
 
Fabric artists make magic with colorful materials, thread, needles and assorted embellishments. The Brush Art Gallery & Studios' new exhibition, "We've Got Personality," proves that point. The exhibit, on view Aug.   Read More >>
 
Whistler artist winnerMary Rose O'Connell, resident artist at Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell, recently won the Patty and John Wentworth Award for Excellence for her oil painting "The Breakfast Table" at the Third Summer Show at the Rockport Art Association and Museum's Juried Members Exhibition.   Read More >>
 
"It's iconic" is a phrase often uttered when something is breathtaking or beyond description. And that's what visitors to the Museum of Russian Icons will likely say when viewing "Wrestling with Angels," a new exhibition of 46 luminous contemporary icons on display July 19-Oct.   Read More >>
 
Save the datesFriday, Aug. 2 is the date for the first of three Canalside Arts events at Lucy Larcom Park, 258 Merrimack St., Lowell. Hosted by Waterways Vitality Project, it runs 6-9 p.m., and includes student and professional art displays, music, drama, spoken word and dance performances and food trucks.   Read More >>
 
Lowell's galleries spark color at every turn this month and are worth a look-see when you're out and about. A bright adventure awaits visitors in "Exploring Color," a new show running July 13-28 at Ayer Lofts Gallery, 172 Middle St.   Read More >>
 
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Foodie fantasyFood is an art form — especially in Lowell, where locals know all about its hidden-gem ethnic eateries. Off the Beaten Path Food Tours has discovered foodie delights in the Mill City and presents two tours that bring these tasty treats to visitors.   Read More >>
 
The Peabody Essex Museum — PEM for short — is a worthy destination for a summer day-trip. Located in Salem, it offers an array of interesting exhibits to challenge and satisfy the senses. Its new show is Order of Imagination: The Photographs of Olivia Parker, on view July 13 through Nov.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL SCENE: Greenwald Gallery at ALL (Arts League of Lowell) presents Attention to Detail, Disorder, a new show featuring varied works by Michael Lichtenstein, David Phaneuf and Stacy Topjian Searle.   Read More >>
 
 

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