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"Outwitting History: A Juried Exhibition" Exhibit at Zullo Gallery
Zullo Art Gallery newest art exhibit "Outwitting History: A Juried Exhibition" will run from April 5, 2012 through June 24, 2012.
This exhibit is heavily influenced by the Medfield Public Library's launch of its first “one-town, one-book” selection of 'Outwitting History' by Aaron Lansky. "Outwitting History: A Juried Exhibition," according to Zullo Gallery, features artwork that reflects any aspect of the artists' personal cultural legacy, whether family heritage, lessons or experiences learned from previous generations, or stories from the past. The reception is free and open to the public.
Zullo Gallery Center is located at 456 Main Street in Medfield. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 12:00pm - 5:00 pm.
More About Zullo Gallery Center for The Arts
The Zullo Gallery is located on Main Street across from the town hall. Zullo's has been a part of the Medfield community for years and has a strong relationship with the public schools. Each year, the gallery hosts a month-long exhibition of student art to help raise art consciousness in the community.
The gallery was recently renovated and features a gorgeous rooftop deck. Donations for further renovations are accepted and the hall is available to rent for private functions.
The gallery is off the street. To access the gallery, follow the walkway towards the library.
Other events here
- First Thursday, Zullo Gallery Monthly, 6:00 pm–10:00 pm