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LYNN MUSEUM RECEIVES GRANT TO SUPPORT A NEW KHMER IDENTITY EXHIBITION

By Allysha Dunnigan, Itemlive.com   LYNN ― The Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts received a $1,250 grant from Historic New England to support a new exhibition in partnership with Khmer Identity. The grant supports supplies and printing, marketing, and programming expenses for a collaborative exhibition between the museum and Khmer Identity,

LynnArts Open Studios Artist Preview

Galleries at Lynn Arts is organizing an amazing Art Market as part of our Open Studios celebration. They'll have artists in the Main Gallery, Community Gallery and Black Box Theater (first level). Be sure to check out their 2021 Member Exhibition while you're there! Anna Dugan is a first generation Filipinx American artist

Lynn Museum/LynnArts to Participate in Open Studios with Pinkham Labs

  Ahead of Open Studios on Saturday, November 20, 2021, we are joined by Kirsten Bassion, founder of The Clay School and co-organizer of the Lydia Pinkham Labs Open Studios, and Director of Lynn Museum/LynnArts, Doneeca Thurston.   Learn more about the participating artists in the Pinkham Labs

Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts to Host Discussion with Renowned Photographer Richard Wiesel about the New Exhibit, “Evidence and Artifact: Documenting the Holocaust through Images”

              -   MEDIA ADVISORY   -   MEDIA CONTACT: Nicole Giambusso (o) 978-542-3019 | (m) 978-880-0152 ngiambusso@salemstate.edu     Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts to Host Discussion with Renowned Photographer Richard Wiesel about the New Exhibit, “Evidence and Artifact: Documenting the Holocaust through Images”   The discussion will be held at 6 pm on October 6   WHAT: The Center for Holocaust and

Event Recap – Final Fridays: Art in the Park

‘Final Fridays’ began in July 2020 when Lynn Museum/LynnArts, Lynn Main Streets and the Downtown Lynn Cultural District teamed up with a wealth of local artists, gallerists and businesses to collaborate on an Art in the Park event with a mission of activating spaces in