SPECIAL EVENTS

Events

Fall 2017

Special Events

Elizabeth Morse's Quail Eggs
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Nov 2           Annual Patron Dinner—6:30pm at the Art Center with Urban Landscape Artist Ross Miller

 

Ross Milller Harbor Fog, Ross Miller

Harbor Fog

Responsive sensor-activated sculptural environment along the main pedestrian walkway of the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Commissioned as the first permanent public artwork on the Greenway, and integrated into site construction in collaboration with engineers during building of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project.



 

Art to Table

Art to Table information

Purchase tickets here.

  tickets
$150 VIP
$85 M
$125 NM

 

Gentleman Farmer • I cannot attend but would like to make a donation to SSAC


 

 


Dec 2 "ComicCon!"

Saturday, December 2, 2017, 10am–3pm
Comic Con
South Shore Art Center’s 2nd South Shore Comic Con!

A day-long showcase is for artists, writers and comic art appreciators from across the South Shore of Boston.
Bigger and better! This year expect over 25 artists, a live podcast, workshops and demos such as “How to Draw Amazing Spacecraft” and more.


Meet illustrators, Tak Toyoshima of Secret Asian Man, Raúl the Third, known for the fantastically popular graphic novel Lowriders in Space, and Jerel Dye, author of graphic novel Pigs Might Fly, and many more.

You can make a gift and support this free public program.



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About South Shore Art Center

A non-profit organization formed in 1954, South Shore Art Center is dedicated to enriching the communities south of Boston by fostering an understanding and appre­ciation of the visual arts through exhibitions and educa­tion. In addition to a nationally-recognized exhibition program, the Art Center offers courses and workshops for adults and children, and enrichment programs to area schools.


Contact Kristen Sherman, Director of Development,