Joy at the Root

Fabienne Bazile, Les Marchandes (The Market Women)

February 4 – 25, 2022

Guest curated by Elizabeth TiBlanc, this show explores the representation, reflection, and celebration of cultural practices and traditions rooted in the African diaspora. This exhibition aims to include all the ways in which we celebrate Blackness through heritage and reclamation. These representations include portraits, documentation, and/or visual representations of cultural traditions such as objects, food, textiles, etc.

Elizabeth TiBlanc is an Afro Latina artist educator. She is a former Boston Public School teacher, and she joins the faculty at Massasoit Community College this semester teaching a course in the history of Black Art Movements.

Tomas Alejo

A Selection of Photographs in Recognition of National Native American Heritage Month

November 8 - December 10, 2021

The Art of Resilience

Featuring the Women of the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts

September 13 - October 22, 2021

Abstract Works

From the Massasoit Community College Collection

winter 2020 - fall 2021

Monotype Guild of New England exhibition announcement

Monotype Guild of New England

Small Invitational Exhibit

October 29 - December 3, 2019

Past Exhibitions

Mike Mazer

A solo exhibit of twenty-four watercolors by Cape Cod's internationally known maritime painter.

April 2 - May 2, 2019
2020 3_1 through 3_29 WomensMonth-SLewisPosterExhibit

Celebrating Women's History Month

An international labor poster exhibit from the
private collection of Stephen Lewis

March 1 - 28, 2019