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Sudbury Cooperative Preschool Hosting Regional, Local Artists for Art Show & Sale

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following was submitted by Maria Vagnini.)


Sudbury Cooperative Preschool will be transformed into a curated art gallery on Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1, 2012. 


The show will feature over 60 pieces including oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, and sculpture.  The Co-op will be hosting work by our featured artist Robert Scott Jackson, as well as local and regional artists who have generously offered their support to the preschool.  


The show will begin with an Opening Cocktail Reception on Friday, November 30 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM, $20 admission per person. 


On Saturday, December 1 our gallery will be open to the public.  


The Co-op is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and 40% of all sales will go to the school and are tax deductible. Proceeds from the Art Show will support student multicultural activities, field trips, and other student programs.  


Sudbury Cooperative Preschool, established in 1949, is a parent-­‐run, teacher-­‐staffed cooperative that offers programs for two-­to five-­year-­olds. Unique among area preschools, the Co-op offers parents the opportunity to actively participate in their children's success.  


We are located at 26 Concord Rd, Sudbury, across from the Goodnow Pubic Library.   


Participating Artists:


Wayne Hall                        


Emily Lange


Michelle Garro                        


Robert Scott Jackson


Bob Greer                        


Dave Gehman


Kate Hanlon                        


Viju Mewada


Jean Aserkoff                        


Sue Green


Paige E. Martin                        


Kristen Doherty


Curt Blood                        


Charles Gargas


Kristine Mitchell            


Sammy Moe


Margaret Kamarck            


Felipe Sanchez


Bill Harris

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