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This April School Vacation Week, the Wenham Museum galleries are open to the public Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Sundays, 12 – 4 p.m.; Monday, April 19th, Closed.  Click here to reserve tickets.  Face coverings and advanced ticket purchase are required to visit the galleries.  On Sundays in June, the museum is available for private event rentals for graduation parties and other milestones – click here to book!

Art Grows Here

Image:  Jump for Joy by Sue Kassirer.

Wenham Museum’s Art Grows Here!

Join us for Art Grows Here! This free, ten-day event shares public art in our community. As the pandemic continues, there’s never been a better time to enjoy this self-guided outdoor tour of art in Hamilton and Wenham. All ages will be inspired by this year’s amazing creativity. The 2020 tour includes 14 stops across Hamilton and Wenham!

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The Map

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Art Grows Here – Tour Participants

  1. Unity by Kristin Crockett, 5 Birch Rd., Wenham
  2. Now You See It – Now You Don’t! by Jane Bowers, 132 Main St., Wenham (This installation sponsored by Aime and Catherine Card.)
  3. Dragonfly, Llama, Human by Michael Kilburn, 11 Friend Ct., Wenham
  4. Dragonfly Forest by Tracey Westgate, 385 Lake Dr., South Hamilton
  5. A Garden of Anything, or Anything Goes by Cindy Purdy, 194 Lake Drive, Hamilton
  6. Starry Night over Asbury Grove by Susan Henderson, 6 Pleasant Ave., South Hamilton
  7. Batik Chic Part 2 by Tasha Jose, 32 Garfield Avenue, South Hamilton
  8. Put a Lid On It by the Merrill Family, 85 Union St., Hamilton
  9. String Flowers, Riley Sullivan, 74 Union St., Hamilton, MA
  10. TBA, Shawn Farrell, 15 Hamilton Ave., South Hamilton
  11. Dragonfly by Timothy Neill, 15 Rust Street, Hamilton
  12. Cyclone by Kristin Procter and Addi Ruffell, 18 Homestead Circ., S. Hamilton
  13. Air on a Tree String by Laura Studley, 23 Meyer Road, Hamilton
  14. Color Theory by Patti Roka, 90 Gardner St., Hamilton

Thank You

Art Grows Here would not be possible each year without the involvement and support of the community. Thank you to our artists and volunteers for bringing Art Grows Here to life and thank you to our corporate sponsor, Parrelli Optical, who has made this program possible.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsor