Photo by Charles Sternaimolo.
The Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft is one of the longest-running juried exhibitions in New England, and we are excited to continue the tradition in 2022! This annual exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum strives to spotlight and celebrate the artists and crafters of our region by providing a museum environment for their artwork and connecting them with fellow artists, patrons, and enthusiasts. The 86th Regional Exhibition is a testament to the vitality and importance of our immediate artist community. This year’s show includes 79 artists from 44 towns. The First Prize winner of the 86th Regional Exhibition will receive a solo exhibition in the summer of 2023, alongside the 87th Regional Exhibition.
FAM extends a warm thank you to this year’s juror, Jameson Johnson, the founder and editor-in-chief of Boston Art Review and the communications and development manager at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. We would also like to express our gratitude to the artists and crafters who continue to make this FAM tradition one of the highlights of our year.
Artwork Selection & Exhibition
The list of artworks selected by our juror for the exhibition are now posted HERE !
The 86th Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft will be on view in the FAM galleries
from June 24–September 4, 2022.
As the First Prize winner of last year’s Regional Exhibition, Bridie Wolejko will also have her solo exhibition,
Hypnagogia: Bridie Wolejko’s Mixed Media Fantasies, on view from June 24–September 4, 2022
To acknowledge the many extraordinary artists and crafters of our region, we offer a number of modest cash awards. The prizes to be awarded by our juror include:
First, Second, and Third Prizes
Voitto Jarvi Watercolor Prize
Saara Parker Painting Prize
Stephen Jareckie Photography Prize
The First Prize winner earns a solo exhibition alongside the 87th Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft in summer 2023!