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Offsite Exhibits

On view starting April 2022


Artist Reception: Thur, May 11, 5:00-7:00pm

Located at WorkBar
1167 Mass Ave, Arlington MA 02476 (please reference the map below for info on how to access Workbar during the construction on their campus.)

Free and open to the public - join us!


Reflections of Light


Arlington Center for the Arts offers a variety of offsite exhibits where local artists are matched with local businesses and institutions in and around Arlington, MA! If you would like to be considered for an exhibition opportunity, check out our rolling Offsite Exhibit Call for Artists. If you are a local business or organization looking to bring local art to your walls, please reach out directly to our Operations Director, Pam Shanley at

A road map displaying a route to navigate the Workbar parking availability.


Works by: Lidia Kenig-Scher and Rita Tavilla

Take a tour of the Workbar Arlington Spaces:

Past Offsite Exhibits

A Sense of Place and Space
works by: Lisa Nelson and Cheryl Hayman
On view: May 2022 - March 2023

Vibrant blue, yellow, and green artwork with curvy, colorful lines throughout.

Nature & Urban Scenes
works by: Dan Cianfarini, Gayna Hoffman,
Stephan Miller, and Pam Shanley
On view: November 2021 - May 2022

A painting depicting a castle and a body of water.

The World Around Us
works by: Patricia Crotty, Jeanette O’Connor,
Jonathan Shanley, Tracy Vartenigian Burhans
On view: July 2020 - October 2021

A colorful abstract artwork.

Stone, Water, and Air: Expressions of Nature
works by: Denise Konicek, Kiyomi Yatsuhashi,
Janet Smith, and Karen Swyers
On view: January - June 2020

Artwork of rocks and sticks in the shape of a balanced scale.

Color Me Vivid
works by: Martha Ingols, Gloria Jewel Leitner,
and Louise Musto Choate
On view: July 2019 - January 2020 

Vibrant yellow, green, and red artwork of a building.

Pattern | Color | Texture
works by: Al Hiltz, Henry Olds and Denis Wogan
On view: December 13, 2018 - May 2019

Artwork of a room with peeling green walls, four differently colored chairs, and a door opened to darkness.
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