No Boundaries in Art

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Originally a web series featuring artists expressing various points of view and social commentary, the No Boundaries in Art series continues on and off the stage.


Love Yourself

February 7 through March 20
at The Colonial Theatre

Opening Reception:
Sunday, February 9 from 2pm-4pm

Love Yourself Art Exhibition is a celebration of youth empowerment through creative arts. The art will be created by students in Arts in Recovery for Youth (AIRY): an arts-based suicide prevention program for teens and young adults that fosters resilience and community building.

The art show includes youth artists: Rachael Bentz, Jack Kelly, Jalencia Melendez, Kiara Bresett, Amy Lacrosse, Jake Madison and Sophia Bilia. Mentoring artists of Love Yourself will also have visual response art on view, including: Ellen Joffe Halpern, Caroline Kelley, Tammara Leminen, Leo Mazzeo, Misa Chappell, Peggy Morse and Marney Schorr.

Part of the proceeds will benefit Arts for Youth in Recovery (AIRY) and BTG PLAYS! Education Programs. Art work will be on display in the lobby of the Colonial from February 7 until March 20.


Pop Art to Protest Art–The Works of Pops Peterson

April 21–May 29
at The Colonial Theatre

Opening Reception:
Friday, May 8 from 5:30pm-7:30pm

In the past five years, Pops Peterson has grown from a blogging cartoonist to a celebrated fine artist whose works have been featured in galleries, museums and national publications and broadcasts, as well as parading down the streets in protest demonstrations. Although best known for his award-winning series, “Reinventing Rockwell,” in which he repaints the works of Norman Rockwell as if they were created in the present day, with a diverse cast of characters, Pops Peterson’s art is profoundly varied.

This event is part of Art Week.


Stephanie Cohen: Visual Art Curator

No Boundaries in Art is sponsored by WealthE from Berkshire Money Management.

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