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Winthrop Art Association  

The Annual Spring Arts Festival 2018,  the main component of which is a juried exhibit featuring members of the WAA and artists of surrounding communitiesIn addition, craft tables, demonstrations by artisans and sometimes displays by local businesses round out a two-day event that invites and involves the community in 'The Arts Festival'.
Festival Dates
Saturday, April 28th 12– 6 PM
Sunday, April 29th 11 AM – 4 PM
Reception/Awards Ceremony Sunday, April 29th 2-4PM
LOCATION! The E.B. Newton Cultural Center, 45 Pauline St., Winthrop, MA
Print out applications below

Click here for application

Click here for artist stubs

Click here for craft table application

Contact Dawn Mahoney if interested in signing up for the Winthrop Art Association events at 617-846-2644 of email:

All paid-up members are welcome to display and sell their work.
Please provide your own tables, displays and chairs. 

Cardmaking Workshop
Wednesday May 10 - 6:30 - 8:00 - Cost $25.00
E.B. Newton Cultural Center, 45 Pauline St. Winthrop

Introduction to cardmaking, have fun being creative making one of a kind greeting cards for any occasion you choose.
Take home three 5x7 cards decorated by you.
Register early space is limited

Workshop run by Debra call 617-846-8518 or email

Various Other Invited Shows such as The general public is welcome at all events or activities produced by the Winthrop Art Association.  For further information, please call WAA Vice President, Dawn Mahoney, at 617-846-2644 or fax 617-846-6697

Join the Winthrop Art Association

Members of the Winthrop Art Association come from Winthrop and other North Shore towns, the metropolitan Boston area, as well as other states and countries.  Their backgrounds are as varied as the works displayed at all events.

Funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council

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Website designed by Debra Martelli