NAA Capital Projects Campaigns
Range Lights Community Sculpture Garden
The capital campaign for the Range Light Community Sculpture Garden has concluded and we have you to thank! Over $1250,000 has been raised for the installation and maintenance of the sculpture garden, A Community Sculpture Garden and Green Space will be fully installed in Spring 2016! Do you enjoy walking the Boardwalk with friends and family? The Community Sculpture Garden will be installed alongside the 2nd phase of the waterfront Clipper City Rail Trail, in between the NAA’s home at 65 Water Street and the United State Coast Guard Station. This exciting installation features stone benches, a Dory by Lowell’s Boat shop (perfect play space for kids and photo op’s for parents!), all surrounding annual, revolving outdoor sculptural exhibitions to be juried by an NAA Curatorial Committee and open to artist members and non-members. This space is also be available to the community for rental for outdoor events – bringing arts and the waterfront closer to everyone. Please contact the NAA at 978.465.8769 or email Elena at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions and/or interest in the future programming and maintenance of the Community Sculpture Garden. Donations are welcome to ensure maintenance funds are available when needed.
Watch here as our dream began to become reality with your help!!
Design & installation by Phil O’Donnell, Principal & Owner of New England Land Artisan, www.nelandartisan.com
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Adopt A Brick Today for the courtyard located behind our historic building
The Newburyport Art Association is pleased to announce its plan to create a beautiful and multi-use courtyard in the space just behind it’s historic 1795 brick building. The courtyard will support the NAA’s efforts to provide stimulating programming and bring new audiences to its site, as well as, complement Newburyport’s overall efforts to enhance tourism and economic development in the surrounding community. The courtyard will serve as a symbol of the NAA’s efforts and commitment to build community through the arts.