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Sarah Pollman Photography and New Media/Fresh Paint II Exhibitions At The New Art Center in Newton 11/2-12/7

 Gas Station Sale - Photo by Sarah Pollman

 Mini Golf - Photo by Sarah Pollman

  Vending Machines - Photo by Sarah Pollman

New Media | Fresh Paint II
November 2 – December 7, 2012
Sarah Pollman: Photography
November 2 – December 7, 2012

Opening Reception for both exhibitions:
Friday, November 9, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, free and open to the public
Photography Workshop and Critique Group with Sarah Pollman:
Saturday, November 10, 3:00 - 5:00 pm, $10.00 admission fee

Artist Talk for New Media | Fresh Paint II:
Thursday, November 15, 7:00 - 9:00pm, free and open to the public
(Newtonville, MA) The New Art Center announces the opening of the deCordova Corporate Program’s
exhibition of Lending Artists New Media | Fresh Paint II and Sarah Pollman: Photography in the
Holzwasser Gallery. These exhibitions open at the New Art Center on November 2 and run through December 7, 2012.

New Media | Fresh Paint II
As part of a new partnership, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum’s Corporate Program has
organized the exhibition, New Media | Fresh Paint II. Explore an exhibition of painting, sculpture,
drawing, installation art and photography from local Corporate Program Lending Artists. New Media |
Fresh Paint II is juried by Leonie Bradbury, Director/ Curator Montserrat Galleries, Joe Wardwell,
Professor of Art, Brandeis University and Maria Lockheardt, Senior Development Officer for the Arts,
Wellesley College and Former Corporate Program Director.

Sarah Pollman: Photography
The New Art Center is pleased to mount Sarah Pollman’s first solo exhibition Sarah Pollman:
Photography. Pollman is a New Art Center faculty member and a current MFA Candidate at the School
of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University. Her work has been included in many recent
group exhibitions in Greater Boston including Off the Wall at the Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham,
MA and Proof of Purchase at Samson Projects in Boston, MA.

The New Art Center in Newton
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm; Sat 1 – 5pm. The Main Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
Call (617) 964-3424 for more information.
Address: 61 Washington Park, Newtonville, Massachusetts 02460

Transportation: The nearest T stop to the New Art Center is Newton Highlands on the Green Line
(D/Riverside), then take the #59 North bus on Walnut Street, exit at CVS. Call the MBTA
at (617) 722-3200 for schedules + fare information. The NAC is also accessible from the
Mass. Pike, Route 128, or the Newtonville stop on the commuter rail (Framingham line).

The New Art Center in Newton is a non-profit art organization established in 1977 and has been dedicated to
artistic creation and education through classes, exhibitions and public programs for children and adults for thirtyfive
years. The New Art Center is funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Contact: Kathleen Smith, Exhibitions Director, New Art Center


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