River's Edge Arts Alliance seeks art for Members Exhibit

Arts Alliance logoHudson – The annual Members” Exhibit is here and artwork from River's Edge Arts Alliance Members is being sought in all mediums. The exhibit highlights the talented artists who are all members of the River's Edge Arts Alliance. Please register by April 25 by visiting www.upwitharts.org. All works must be framed and ready to hang.

Anyone can become a member of the Arts Alliance by visiting the website, by calling, or as part of the exhibit registration process. Seniors memberships are $35, individual memberships are $55, dual memberships are $65, and family memberships are $85.

Drop-Off 4/27 9-11 am at: Citizens Bank, 17 Pope St., Hudson

Reception 5/2 5:30-7 pm at Citizens Bank, 17 Pope St., Hudson

Pick-Up 6/22 9-11 am at Citizens Bank, 17 Pope St., Hudson

The Members” Exhibit, which is sponsored by the River's Edge Arts Alliance and Citizens Bank, may be viewed May 2 through June 21 at Citizens Bank, 17 Pope St., Hudson, during regular banking hours. Most works are available for purchase. A portion of each sale of art goes to support the River's Edge Arts Alliance.

There is no admission charge to view the artwork. For additional information, visit www.upwitharts.org or call 978-562-1646.

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