Concord Center for Visual Art
Concord Center for the Visual Arts, also known as Concord Art, is located in downtown Concord. It was founded nearly a century ago.
Today it has four galleries, offers classes, workshops, and many incredible exhibits.
Vivian C. March 27, 2020
(Pre-COVID-19 experience) I headed off towards Concord a little later than planned. Fortunately traffic was smooth that evening and I managed to make it...
David Bragdon February 7, 2020
I recently enjoyed a juried art show (Jan 16 - Feb 9, 2020) at Concord Art. It was a bright, sunny weekday, flooding the exhibit with illumination and quiet. One painting which especially delighted me was "Rocky Shore, Monhegan" by Roy Perkinson. I highly recommend stopping in here if you are passing through Concord, MA. The building, circa 1752, was the John Ball House. There is no charge for admission.
Samantha Hawthorne December 16, 2019
The classes here almost rival the ones at the Emerson umbrella campus across town, and the rotating displays are to die for. Such a fantastic staff!
Gary Schrute November 24, 2019
The best place in concord for fun and always new art! The head really knows what she's doing!
Douglass Stan November 21, 2019
Great art rotation, a verity of fun classes every week, and the head of the organization may be the best they have had in years! Absolutely fantastic.
Lenard Diggins October 15, 2018
Excellent space with some great art and a very friendly staff. It has a cozy feeling, and there is the sense that one is on an art expedition as one roams around the various rooms on both floors. It's very close to the center of Concord, and it's a short ride on the Commuter Rail from Boston. The $10 weekend pass on the Commuter Rail makes this an even more affordable trip. There is also some great foliage on the 10-minute walk from the Commuter Rail stop to the CCVA.
Lauren A. May 20, 2013
I attended an open gallery at Emerson Umbrella and had a fantastic time. All of the artists were fantastic and nice people. I'd love to sign up for some...