I AM A PART OF ART – CATA's Annual Art Show - Cata
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I AM A PART OF ART – CATA’s Annual Art Show

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CATA’S Annual Art Show celebrates inclusion at the Clark Art Institute and the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts—featuring work by more than 125 artists with disabilities.

Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
28 Renne Avenue, Pittsfield, MA
Reception: July 12 from 5-7pm
Exhibit: July 6 – 28, 2018 (Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat, 11am-4pm)

Clark Art Institute – Lunder Center at Stone Hill:
227 South Street, Williamstown, MA
Meet the Artists: August 2 from 1-2pm
Exhibit: July 1 – August 19, 2018 (Gallery Hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm)

Community Access to the Arts (CATA) presents its annual art show, I Am a Part of Art, featuring a powerful collection of paintings and drawings by artists with disabilities. The exhibit offers a window into the vibrant imagination of CATA artists and demonstrates the power of art to transcend difference. Part of CATA’s 25th Anniversary year, I Am a Part of Art takes place in partnership with the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA and the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts in Pittsfield, MA.

Works are professionally matted and framed, and all pieces are available for sale, with proceeds providing commissions for individual artists. The curated exhibits feature a wide range of styles, including abstract and representational paintings and drawings, as well as work in printmaking, sculpture and collage, in a variety of media including acrylic, tempera, watercolor, oil and chalk pastel, charcoal, clay and mixed media.

I Am a Part of Art is sponsored in part by Greylock Federal Credit Union; Berkshire Life Charitable Foundation; Joan & Jim Hunter; Pittsfield Cultural Council; the Fund for Williamstown, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation; Berkshire Magazine; Frames on Wheels; the Massachusetts Cultural Council; the Clark Art Institute; Lichtenstein Center for the Arts; and other generous supporters.