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Maine Waters, an Art Exhibit by Kristin Ford

by Lisa Goldman
September 9, 2009

Maine Waters, an Art Exhibit by Kristin Ford

The Holliston Fine and Performing Arts Dept is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit at Holliston High School's Studio 370,
Maine Waters

The Holliston Fine and Performing Arts Dept is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit at Holliston High School's Studio 370,
Maine Waters

Recent Work by Kristin Ford

Kristin grew up in Camden, Maine and moved to Natick, MA, last fall after graduating from Wheaton College with a BA in studio art. She studied abroad for a semester during her junior year at Studio Art Centers International (S.A.C.I.) in Florence, Italy. She also traveled last June to County Clare, Ireland, with a group of Wheaton art students to the Burren College of Art, which opened many doors for her in her own artistic career. She has shown her art at the New Civilitea gallery in downtown Salem and at the Danforth Museum School. She currently works at the Danforth Museum School in Framingham, MA, as the Assistant Registrar, Children's Programming Coordinator and as a children's art teacher. For more on Kristin: http://www.myartspace.com/kristinford/

The opening will be Wednesday, September 16, 2009 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM.

STUDIO 370, Holliston High School

370 Hollis Street. Holliston, MA

If you should need any additional information, please contact:

Douglas Lack M.A.T.

District Fine and Performing Arts
Curriculum Specialist PreK-12
Holliston Public Schools
370 Hollis Street
Holliston, MA. 01746
 
Visual Arts Department Leader
Holliston High School
(Phone) 508-429-0677 X 5403
(Fax)     508-429-8225
email: lackd@holliston.k12.ma.us
 

 

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