The Creative Arts Community, which operates the Menucha Retreat Center in Corbett, curates a group show of artwork this March at Squib created by participants of the residential workshop. The program, started in 1966, offers 120 creatives a two-week immersion experience focused on primarily visual arts, including fine and applied arts. Volunteer board members selected the artwork to represent finished pieces by typical campers, some of which are exhibiting for the first time. Ceramic, collage, metalsmithing and assemblages will be on display.
An artist reception for all March exhibitors happens during Art Spree 6p First Friday, March 1st at Pop Up art gallery in the Salem Center Mall.