Curators from the Concord Museum and the Concord Free Public Library lead guided tours of the new special exhibition “A Perpetual Invitation: 150 Years of Art at the Concord Free Public Library” at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
No advanced registration necessary. Free with Museum admission. Members visit free.
In honor of the Concord Free Public Library’s 150th anniversary, the Concord Museum and the Library have collaborated on a special exhibition featuring the Library’s art collection. Featured objects will include paintings by Washington Allston, N.C. Wyeth, May Alcott Nieriker, Charles Hovey Pepper, Alicia Keyes, and Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, among other artists, as well as sculptures depicting noted Concord authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott.
The exhibition will also highlight Concord’s artist communities, local art collectors, the history of institutions promoting public access to works of art, and the stories of specific artists who lived and worked in Concord.
Become a Concord Museum member today to visit this new exhibition for free!
Thank you to our Exhibition Sponsors: Bonhams Skinner, Middlesex Savings Bank, and Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area.