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Opening Thursday September 3rd at WSAC: "The Art of Practice" by members of the New England Art Therapy Association

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  • Lee Kilpatrick
    Come to WSAC this week for a rare Thursday Opening, 6-9 PM. The show includes work form 20 artists in a variety of media including painting, drawing,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2009
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      Come to WSAC this week for a rare Thursday Opening, 6-9 PM. The show
      includes work form 20 artists in a variety of media including
      painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture.

      Lee



      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      The Washington Street Art Center presents "The Art of Practice" by
      members of the New England Art Therapy Association.

      ON VIEW: 9/3-9/26/09, Saturdays 12-4 and by appointment

      OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, September 3rd, 6-9pm

      CONTACT: Washington Street Art Center, 617-623-5315 or Lauren Leone,
      401-864-6422

      HI-res photos for the press and interviews are available.

      Members of the New England Art Therapy Association explore the
      multiple meanings "the art of practice" can have for an art therapist
      including one's art practice, one's practice as an art therapist and
      also the word practice at its simplest level.

      The Art of Practice is on display at Gallery 321 at the Washington
      Street Art Center during the month of September, with an opening
      reception on Thursday, September 3rd from 6:00-9:00pm. Normal gallery
      hours are Saturdays 12:00pm-4:00pm with additional viewings available
      by appointment.

      The New England Art Therapy Association (NEATA) is dedicated to the
      advancement and support of regional art therapists. The association
      also welcomes the membership and involvement of students, consumers
      of our services, and professionals from other disciplines that use
      the visual arts as a modality for healing, recovery and wellness.
      NEATA's mission is to serve its members and the general public by
      providing, at a nominal cost, educational programs, referral services
      and supervision opportunities related to the advancement of art
      therapy. NEATA is affiliated with The American Art Therapy
      Association and seeks to pass on benefits offered by AATA to its
      members.

      The Washington Street Art Center houses Gallery 321, hosts studio
      space for more than twenty visual artists, and presents exhibitions,
      concerts, film series, and other art initiatives. The Center
      participates in Somerville Open Studios each May and an annual open
      studios and craft fair in December.

      The Washington Street Art Center is between Union Square and Beacon
      Street: a five-minute walk from Union Square and a ten-minute walk
      from Harvard Square (two blocks from Beacon Street). The Center is
      near or on the following bus routes: 87, 83, 86, and 91. Parking is
      free and ample.

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