Artwork Submissions Accepted for Smile Through Art Exhibit




The Art Cart, a creativity and movement program for people living with Parkinson’s disease, invites artists living with Parkinson’s to submit their work for its second annual Parkinson’s Art Exhibit, Smile Through Art, at the Akillian Art Gallery, in Canton, from September 18 to October 14. Artwork includes painting, sculptures, photography, poetry or any other art medium.

An opening reception will take place at 11 a.m., October 7. The art exhibit is a fundraiser for the American Parkinson’s Disease Association Massachussetts Chapter to help fund Art Cart programs and workshops free of charge to the participants.

Cost: $5 at the door. Location: Akillian Art Gallery, 900 Randolph St., Canton. For more information, call Saba Shahid at 203-565-9647, email SmileThroughArt@gmail.com or visit SmileThroughArt.com.

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