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Consuming Passion: Food as Metaphor in Art
Consuming Passion: Food as Metaphor in Art brings together 13 artists who use a variety of media and materials - including edible ones - to convey different intentions - from food memory to commenting on societal issues.
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 18, 6-8:00pm
In conjunction with the exhibit we are hosting a "A Feast for the Senses Party" on October 27 and chef/author/tv personality, Sara Moulton will give a talk on November 18 at 2pm. She will also be available to autograph your books.
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|Where||Concord Art Association 37 Lexington Rd, Concord, MA 01742|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–4:30 pm|
|Price||free for reception; other events price varies|
More About Concord Art Association
Located just outside Concord Center in a historic Colonial-style building with wide plank floors and a stunning courtyard in back, the Concord Art Association is a mainstay of the Concord art community. The center offers many different art classes and hosts 18 to 25 art exhibitions a year where members are encouraged to show their own work. The Concord Art Association is a community-based organization with ties to the Underground Railroad when the property was John Ball's house.
All exhibits at the gallery are free and open to the public. CAA also offers classes and workshops, artist demos, trips and tours.