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Two of a Kind at CVPA

UMass Dartmouth Star Store Campus 715 Purchase St., New Bedford

The Two of a Kind exhibit features large-scale photographs of paint by Abelardo Morell in conversation with paintings by Anthony Fisher. Opening reception: AHA! Night, Thursday, Feb. 10, 6–8 p.m. […]

Whale Scroll: One Whale Makes Seven Shores Prosperous

New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center 38 Bethel St., New Bedford

This exhibit is from the New Bedford Free Public Library's art curator, Allie Copeland. Beginning in the 18th century, Japanese feudal lords who oversaw whaling efforts commissioned emakimono, or picture […]

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Women’s Work Exhibit at Fishing Heritage Center

New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center 38 Bethel St., New Bedford

Photographs and oral histories from more than 60 women shine a light on females' many roles in commercial fishing communities. Featured photographers include Shareen Davis, Markham Starr, and Phil Mello.

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Artist of the Month: Taylor Hickey

MaiatoFitz Art Gallery & Studio Kilburn Mill, Studio 2-62

Taylor Hickey is a printmaker, bookmaker, and sculptor working out of New Bedford. Born in Southeast Texas, Taylor earned her BA in Drawing and Printmaking from McNeese State University in […]

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The Art of 2 Mad Women No. 2: Gallery X

Gallery X 169 William St., New Bedford

Susan Hauck is a self-taught, lifelong learner. As she describes,  her work focuses on the mid-century "Atomic Age" with a healthy dose of humor. Susan also respects the far east […]

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Fresh Art: New Worx at Gallery X

Gallery X 169 William St., New Bedford

A community art exhibition of newly created works by artists working in any medium. The open receptions are on Feb. 5  and AHA! Night Feb. 10. The exhibit runs from […]

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19 on Paper at Narrows

Narrows Center for the Arts 16 Anawan St., Fall River

19 on Paper is a collaboration of artists who created and displayed works on or with paper. Members are painters, collage artists, printmakers, book artists, photographers, digital artists, and sculptors. […]