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Flash Art Benefit 2022
October 28 - November 16, 2022
Thomas A. Pannesi Lobby (1st Floor), Watertown Saving Bank Gallery (2nd Floor)
Flash Art is an exhibition and benefit at the Mosesian Center for the Arts that we are bringing back for the first time since 2016!  This year, more than 80 artists have donated a wide assortment of artwork to MCA. Tickets to the Flash Art benefit will be sold matching the number of artworks in the…
Everyone Know a Veteran text, with gray dog tag silhouette
Everyone Knows A Veteran
November 02 - November 16, 2022
MBar Gallery
Everyone knows a Veteran. Whether it’s your son, daughter, cousin, friend, or neighbor: everyone knows a Veteran. The Mosesian Center for the Arts is partnering with Watertown Veterans’ Services to publicly display support for the Veterans in our lives. From November 2-16, visitors to the arts…
2 large pipes dump polluted water into a river
Unacceptable Risk Screening - Thursday, November 17, 6:30 PM
Thursday, 06:30 pm
November 17, 2022
Main Stage
Unacceptable Risk: Dr. Margaret Kripke on Cancer and the Environment tells the story of a prominent cancer researcher who rethinks her assumptions about the causes of cancer and the true burden of environmentally induced cancers. Following the short film there will be a panel discussion with…
Abstract Art: Contemporary Approaches text on a colorful yellow, black, and green abstract artwork titled Ineffeable Patterns by Steven Cabral
Abstract Art: Contemporary Approaches
December 01 - January 13, 2023
Thomas A. Pannesi Lobby (1st Floor), Watertown Saving Bank Gallery (2nd Floor)
Abstract art’s long history and many characteristics still influence contemporary artists. What do artists try to explore or convey when they choose to depart from accurate representation? What makes abstract art relevant today? Is contemporary abstract art or non-representational art different…