Press

Exhibits and events at the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities are often covered by press in the area. Click on a link below to read the full article.

Our Resident Artist was Featured on Southbridge Evening News

Audrey Helen Weber was on the front page of the Southbridge Evening News this past friday. Click on the link below and scroll down. We hope to see you at her show this Saturday!
http://www.stonebridgepress.com/pdf/STU.2016.01.15.pdf

Local artists urged to create for QVCAH project

SOUTHBRIDGE — The Quinebaug Valley Council for  the Arts and Humanities is calling to all artists in their communities for their participation in the fourth annual Art Wall…(read more)

Bay Path art exhibit highlights student work

SOUTHBRIDGE — The Second Annual Bay Path Student Art Exhibit was held on Thursday, May 15 at the Quinebaug Valley Council For The Arts And Humanities at 111 Main St. in Southbridge. Artwork was presented from students in the Fall Drawing Program and the Spring Watercolor Program…(read more)

Alternatives art showcases art by local seniors

SOUTHBRIDGE — Art may well be in the eye of the beholder, but it’s also often in the heart and mind of the creator, frequently undiscovered until it is coaxed out of hiding. The curative, creative, and communal aspects of
art will all be on display as the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities (QVCAH) hosts the Alternatives Art Exhibit this month. The exhibit showcases the work of participants in the Alternatives Senior
Enrichment Program (ASEP), a day program located in Douglas, Mass…(read more)

ISCAPES’ EYE CANDY

SOUTHBRIDGE — The opening night reception for Paul J. Toussaint’s “iScapes” show attracted dozens of viewers to the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts & Humanities Arts Center galleries, 111 Main Street, on Friday, March 1…(read more)

Tremblay, friend at QVCAH tonight

SOUTHBRIDGE — A pair of highly respected writers with early ties to this and other area towns will return tonight to share the stage – and samples of some of their latest, most creative, works…(read more)

Escape into ‘iScapes’  QVCAH EXHIBIT EXPLORES WHAT’S ‘APP-ENING’ IN PHOTOGRAPHY

SOUTHBRIDGE – March 1 may be the date that things changed…(read more)

EXCLUSIVE: Our Interview with Paul Toussaint

Many trained photographers have embraced shooting with an iPhone and Paul is no different. My art is a reflection of me. That said, the best way for me to describe myself is to invite you and your readers to my solo photo exhibition titled iScapes – A Photographic Journey Through the iPhone. Get to know me through my work from March 1 to April 8 at the Quinnebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities, in Southbridge, Massachusetts…(read more)

Paul Toussaint’s solo exhibit – iscape

Many trained photographers have embraced shooting with an iPhone and Paul is no different. After two decades as a professional photographer, he has embarked upon a new adventure and expanding his creative vision, using his mobile device to capture life around him…(read more)

‘Art Hearts’ exhibition displaying work for a cause

Is it simply an art show, or more of a “heart show?” In this case it’s truly both, as the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities (QVCAH) presents the “Art Hearts Show by Lisa Kretchman: A Benefit Exhibition for
Olivia’s Heart Fund.” An opening reception for the month-long exhibition is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 1 from 6-9 p.m. at the Arts Center, 111 Main St….(read more)

Once More from the Arts

QVCAH ART & CRAFT SALE EXTENDED THROUGH THIS SUNDAY. Last weekend’s Winter Celebration included no gentle snowfall or jingle-jangle sleigh rides, but the atmosphere was truly festive nevertheless…(read more)

Return of the Native

LOCAL-BORN ARTIST REVEALS PROLIFIC PROFICIENCY IN ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT.

Charles E. Gaulin has been busy. If you don’t believe it, stop by the Arts Center at 111 Main St., sometime this
month for a look at a retrospective (about 125) of his artworks….(read more)

Photofest 2012 Runs Through September

Photofest 2012 exhibition, presented by the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities, runs through Sept. 30 at the QVCAH building, 111 Main St., Southbridge…(read more)

Great Cultural Opportunities in Central Mass

Looking to expand your cultural horizons this summer? Central Mass has a wide array of museums, galleries, and theaters, so there is something for art enthusiasts of all ages and persuasions. Get out of the city and onto the roads less traveled by visiting…(read more)

Multimedia exhibition on view in Southbridge

The Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities is proud to present “I Wish I Could Draw” by Connecticut artist Phillip Browne. This multimedia exhibition will be on view through June 17 at the Art Center, 111 Main St… (read more)

A Day of Fun

Saturday, May 12 boasted a plethora of things to do around town — including the May Day celebration at the Arts  enter, the Relay for Life Fun Day on the Common and even a local sports flower sale fundraiser on the Rotary…(read more)

Students recycle into art

Miguel Ortiz and other area students “junked” the Arts Center at 111 Main St. into dozens of pieces. The high school students took an assortment of old and dusty materials they found and repurposed them into creative artwork for an exhibit at the center… (read more)

Art With Heart

Douglas artist Lisa Kretchman displayed “Art Hearts” at The Quinebaug Council for the Arts and Humanities in Southbridge on Friday, Feb. 3. All money made at the event went to Olivia’s Heart Fund, a non-profit organization in Rhode Island, which raises money for Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) research…… (read more)

Arts council hopes for big impact

If you weren’t sure just where the Quinebaug Valley Council for the Arts and Humanities offices were before, you probably know now. They have been in a stately old house at 111 Main St., Southbridge, for years. But it’s a building set well back from the road, one you might pass by without noticing — except for the wall of vivid paintings on big plywood panels recently installed on its expansive front lawn…(read more)