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ArtsNashoba + SpringHill Suites Announce Youth ArtsNight

Thursday, October 03, 2013

 

ArtsNashoba, along with the Devens SpringHill Suites will will holding an arts exhibit featuring works by students in the community.

The Devens location of SpringHill Suites at 27 Andrews Parkway has partnered with regional youth arts center ArtsNashoba to present ArtsNight, a full exhibit of artworks created by students. Drawings, paintings, murals, sculptureand more will be on display for all to see at this open house event on October 16 from 5:00 to 7:30pm. Refreshments will be available at this family-friendly event, which is open to the public.

“It’s such a wonderful opportunity to showcase the works of students throughout the Nashoba Valley,” said ArtsNashoba Executive Director JulieAnn Govang. “There’s such a wealth of talent out there, in this case in the Visual Arts. Providing this venue through which the public can share in that wealth is in the true spirit of community involvement. We’re so thankful SpringHill is being so supportive of this event, and look forward to additional partner projects in the future.”

A community affair

As coordinating partners, ArtsNashoba has connected with multiple schools throughout the Nashoba Valley in an effort to include as many schools and organizations involved as possible in the exhibit. Director of Sales of the Devens Conference Center Laura Hume noted, “We’ve had ArtsNight here at the hotel previously, but we wanted to refocus our scope to include the youth in our community. Having such a strong connection to youth arts, JulieAnn and ArtsNashoba seemed like to perfect partners to help us achieve our mission!”

Reaching out to every public, private, and parochial school they could find, ArtsNashoba spread the word and invites to all of the superintendents, principals and art teachers from Tyngsboro to Westford to Bolton to Lancaster and beyond. Currently confirmed as participants are Groton Community School, Lawrence Academy/Groton, Oxbow School on Devens, Lura A. White Elementary in Shirley, Village Nursery School/Harvard, ActonArt, Applewild School/Fitchburg, as well as other schools from Harvard, Lunenburg, and the Groton-Dunstable and Nashoba Regional Districts and more!

Also on display in the VIP Conference Room will be an additional exhibit of local Pepperell photographer Mauricio Puente, also a supporting partner within the ArtsNashoba network. Local musicians are also slated to play during the evening.

ArtsNight and the SpringHill Open House celebration will run in the main hotel lobby from 5:00pm to 7:30pm on October 16th, 2013 at 27 Andrews Parkway. For more information and an up-to-date listing of participants, call (978) 772-2545, visit www.artsnashoba.org, or find ArtsNashoba on Facebook.

 

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