Kris Waldman, Director
The HCA gallery opened its new, well appointed exhibition space in 2015. Its purpose is to provide adventurous exhibitions of work by established artists, emerging artists, members of the HCA community, and educational and community projects such as the Michael Lisnow Respite Center exhibit and The PhotoVoice Project with Compass at Hopkinton Memory Support Assisted Living Center. Through a mix of shows by these constituencies, the gallery seeks to engage and expand its audience for contemporary visual art.
Gallery exhibitions are announced in the HCA email newsletter and on our website. If you would like to receive the newsletter, please click on “Sign-up for our e-news” on our homepage.
A typical exhibition season includes solo and group exhibitions, an open juried exhibition (Arts in Bloom), a juried exhibition of members of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, and an exhibition by Hopkinton High School Honors students. The exhibition schedule is organized by HCA director Kris Waldman.
In the spirit of accessibility and communal art appreciation, our art exhibits are free and open to the public.
Go to our In The Gallery page to see current and upcoming exhibits.
Our juried exhibits are curated by guest jurors who select pieces from submissions received during our open calls for art. Recent jurors have included Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Attleboro Museum, Katherine French (Director Emerita of Danforth Art, now Gallery Director of Catamount Arts), Jane Young (Chase Young Gallery, Boston), Arthur Dion (Gallery NAGA, Boston), Zola Solamente (Arden Gallery, Boston), and Photographer Chehalis Hegner,