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Looking at Art – July 12, 2022

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MMoA in the News!

We’ve been getting lots of coverage on Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post Covers: Tell Me a Story!   Click here to see the June 16th  story in the Day Click here to see the June 16th story in the Sun We even made the Saturday Evening Post!    And Missing Narratives was profiled in the Westerly…

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Yngve Soderberg – Etchings & Sketchbooks

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Gladys Edgerly Bates – Stories in Stone

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Paul Lowell White – Charles’ Room

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MMoA Gallery Talk: Nathaniel Stanton Little’s ‘Silver Sail’

Featuring MMoA’s Executive Director V. Susan Fisher. Discussion of Nathaniel Stanton Little’s ‘Silver Sail’ oil on canvas. On loan from the Jonathan C. Sproul Collection during MMoA’s summer exhibition ‘The Founders: Reclaiming Mystic’s Artistic Roots’ (June 15 – September 12, 2021). This talk was presented during MMoA’s Virtual Gala ‘A Night Away from the Museum’…

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Members Past and Present Virtual Exhibition Hero

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Annual Fund Thank You

  To all our 2020 Annual Fund donors, Thank you for making MMoA a priority – keeping us strong and keeping our doors open.  Thanks to you, we will continue to bring art and audiences together in every way we can as we build our plans for a vibrant 2021. We look forward to seeing…

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Reintroducing the Permanent Collection Virtual Exhibition

MMoA’s celebratory exhibition for reopening the galleries after six months of COVID lockdown is a Museum-wide exploration of our permanent collection—from founding members of the institution such as Charles H. Davis, Frances D. Davis, and Lorinda Dudley, to current artist members like Dan Truth, Sarah Stifler Lucas, Rita Dawley, and many more. Local artistic phenoms…

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Color Wheel

Fun with Color Wheels “Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams.” Paul Gauguin   Objective: Teaching students about the elements of art is an important part of an art educators’ job. But some of the traditional lessons can seem overly academic and downright boring to many children who thrive with more…

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