BVAA Purpose

Since its inception in 1957, the Blackstone Valley Art Association has been dedicated to the advancement of the arts and preservation of the finest artistic traditions by means of exhibitions, classes, lectures, and other activities favorable to artistic expression, and to the development of friendly exchanges amongst artists and those interested in the arts

Funding

The BVAA is an organization which relies on dues, grants and corporate donations in order to cover expenses incurred in holding events and meetings. The number of events we will present depends on our income and budget.

Meetings

We'll be meeting and holding shows at the Northbridge Senior Center, 20 Highland Street, Whitinsville on the third Tuesday of every month EXCEPT during the summer months. Please check our calendar for more information.  Board meeting venues will be announced. All meetings start at 7:00 pm unless indicated otherwise.

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Membership

Go to the Membership Page for details

Volunteer

All the work of the BVAA is accomplished due to the selfless contributions of our membership who volunteer their time and talents.

Member Services On The Web

BVAA members are provided with a member web page containing samples of their work. If you are a new member or would like to upload new art for your gallery, please come to the meeting or contact us at info@bvaa.org



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Please note our mailing address is:-

PO Box 136, Whitinsville, MA 01588

BVAA News Update

 

Our Spring Show will be held at the Milford Public Library 80 Spruce Street, Milford, MA


Show Hours:

Fri April 25 9am-7pm

Sat Apr 26 9am-4pm


Reception:

Fri Apr 25 5-7pm


Please download our show flyer springshowflyer.pdf   and help us to publicize the show!



Don’t forget, for the latest news please scroll down and see our FaceBook and Twitter feeds.


IMPORTANT: We have changed our meeting location from the Whitin Community Center to down the street at the Northbridge Senior Center at 20 Highland Street, Whitinsville (just off Church Street, west of Koopman Lumber coming from Plummer's Corner).

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Directions:

 

  1. 1.If you are pulling out of the Community Center’s driveway, take a right then take a left at the light and bear to the left of the very short intersection onto Church Street.

  2. 2.Proceed for 1.2 miles down Church St.  Look on the left (at least it will still be light) for a blue sign by the road stating Northbridge Senior Center on the left.

  3. 3.Turn left onto Highland Street and the large building on the right is the senior center.  Traffic flow is one direction starting on the left around the building.