GLCF Announces 2020 Artist Series Exhibition Schedule
Artist Maxine Farkas of Lowell kicks off the 2020 series with her exhibition The Latin Dictionary Series – Evolution which features 2019 collage, Circular Stair.
Lowell, MA – The Greater Lowell Community
Foundation’s is proud to announce the 2020 Arts at GLCF exhibition
schedule. The 2020 Artist Series features four local female artists with
mediums ranging from collage to watercolor to photography to acrylics.
The following exhibition schedule is subject to change. Visit www.glcfoundation.org/art for the latest information.
Maxine Farkas: The Latin Dictionary Series – Evolution
January 10 – April 10
Reception: March 12
Jennifer Myers: This Is Lowell
April 10 – July 10
Reception: April 16
Janet Lambert-Moore: Retrospective
July 10 - October 9
Reception: to be announced
Andrea Wilson: Juxtapositions
October 9 to January 15
Reception: November 6
“We are so excited for the variety of art we are showcasing in 2020,” said Jennifer Aradhya, GLCF VP of Marketing & Programs. “The 2020 season balances emerging and established artists in our community.”
The exhibitions will be held at the Foundation’s offices at 100 Merrimack Street, Suite 202, Lowell, MA and can be viewed by the public between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Greater Lowell Community Foundation believes that not only do the arts provide a much-needed social escape for many in our communities, they also help drive local economies and enrich educational landscapes. Since 2013, the Foundation has exhibited the work of local artists. For further information on this initiative and to learn more about the artists featured in 2020, visit: www.glcfoundation.org/art.
For more information on the Greater Lowell Community Foundation please visit www.glcfoundation.org.
The Greater Lowell Community Foundation is a philanthropic organization comprised of over 350 funds, currently totaling over $39MM, which is dedicated to improving the quality of life in 20 neighboring cities and towns. The Community Foundation annually awards grants and scholarships to hundreds of worthy nonprofits and students. It is powered by the winning combination of donor-directed giving, personal attention from its staff, and an in-depth understanding of local needs. The generosity of our donors has enabled the Community Foundation to award more than $15 million to the Greater Lowell Community since 1999.