in the Public Realm
The Concord Art Association (John Ball House)
Galleries and Art Spaces

  • Constructed, 1753
  • Founded, 1917
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The Concord Art Association has been displaying visual art since its inception in 1917. It was founded by the impressionist painter, Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts. Located in an historic building, the John Ball House. the site was built in 1657 and has recently undergone renovations. The building is also believed to be a stop on the underground railway. The Concord Art Association mounts between 18-25 exhibits per year.
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37 Lexington Road
Concord, MA 01742
United States

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