new art center in newton
a non-profit community space for art
You know what's positively spooky? October is here already! This month at NAC is bustling--filled with tons of workshops, fun events, plus Winter classes are open! No tricks, just treats!

Enter to win amazing works of art and special prizes and be blown away by Expanse, our fall COP exhibition. Take a look at upcoming workshops, programs, and classes. This fall is shaping up to be so much fun it's scary!
Support NAC and enter to win fantastic prizes this October with our benefit drawing as part of Dazzle! This is your chance to win a piece from an artist you admire, plus extra special opportunities for more storage space in our studios and maybe even a free class. All prizes are on view in our Holzwasser Gallery. $100 supports our community and enters you to win!
Autumn is in full swing but we're already thinking ahead to winter. Grab a spot in a class you love today and save 10%! We're bringing back your favorite classes, plus all kinds of new opportunities for adults, teens, and kids. Early registration ends December 12--don't let the opportunity to save haunt you later!
Discover fun art-making opportunities this fall at NAC! Explore a technique you already love or find a new passion with exciting workshops meeting between one and four sessions.
How are social messages conveyed by product packaging? Join us for a talk and discussion with Wellesley College Professor Pat Berman to examine art and ideology in our everyday environment.
Join us for a day of art-making and friend-making! All participants will explore 2D, 3D, clay, and active art in groups divided by age. The day will be packed with possibilities and fun!
ON VIEW: through OCTOBER 26
A Curatorial Opportunity Program (COP) exhibition curated by Rachel Eng. Featuring: Rachel Eng, Shoshannah White, and Ashley Eliza Williams

Through painting, photography, and sculpture, this exhibition explores the physical and psychological relationships between humans and our ever changing climate.

Join us for a panel discussion Saturday, October 27 at 1PM featuring the artists and Jaclyn Hatala Matthes, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Wellesley College. Learn more about the themes and inspirations of this exhibition through a lively discussion and Q&A. This event is free and open to the public.
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