The Watertown Art Association stimulates and promotes the appreciation and practice of fine art in Watertown

Upcoming

Annual Members Exhibit
Saturday, April 30—Sunday, May 22, 2016
The Arsenal Project Mall
The Innovation Space
485 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA

All events are free and open to the public!

Programs supported in part by the Watertown Cultural Council
Massachusetts Cultural Council and The Arsenal Project.

 

Opening Reception Annual Exhibit May 1, 2016

Recent Events

The Mad Hatters threw a Tea Party!  Sunday, May 15 at the WAA Annual Exhibit, Innovation Space, Arsenal Project

Shown here with WAA Board Member Dawn Scaltreto, Andrew Kusmin joined us on April 9, 2016, to give an illustrated talk on his philosophy as a teacher and painter and the influence of his mentors. He presented paintings by each of the seven artists who have had the most influence on his career. Andrew talked about what makes a painting stand out and what jurors look for when selecting award winners.
Jack Standish
Saturday afternoon, March 14, 2016, Watertown artist and teacher Barbara Scudder led 40 enthusiastic artists in a practice of “Drawing Like Degas.”  These monthly events are free and open to the public, held in The Innovation Space at the Watertown Mall and sponsored by the Watertown Art Association with support from the Arsenal Project and the Watertown Cultural Council.
Future Events

Annual Members Exhibit open

May 1-22 in the Innovation Space

Arsenal Project Mall, Old Navy Entrance

 

Free Parent and Child Activities with Rose Fristrom

Parent and child activities are offered once/month on Saturday afternoons from 1 – 2 pm in the Innovation Space at the Arsenal Mall.  Children’s programs will resume next fall.  They are  brought to you by the Watertown Art Association with support from Arsenal Project! and a grant from the Watertown Cultural Council, partner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

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Only $25/year

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Our Supporters
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Watertown Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.