March Into All Things Spring Exhibit

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March Into Art


Registration: Tuesday- March 3 (11am-6pm), Wednesday- March 4 (11am-3pm), Thursday- March 5 (11am-3pm). Artists may refer to for submission guidelines and entry fees. Call for Entries registration is open to all artists (WAA members or non-members) and all media except photography. The theme for the show is ALL THINGS SPRING.


The “March Into Art” Exhibit runs Friday- March 6 through Sunday- March 29, 2020. Admission to the gallery, located at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI is free and open to the public. The jurist who will select the artwork for exhibition is Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director and Chief Curator at the Attleboro (MA) Arts Museum. Since 2006, Ms. Fawcett has focused her efforts on heightening the Attleboro Art Museum’s profile in the region, providing outstanding and diverse exhibitions and arts programs to promising and professional artists. She encourages visitors to explore the wonders and challenges of art through classes, gallery talks and workshops designed to stretch creative thinking.


The “March Into Art” opening reception will be held Friday- March 6, 2020 (6:30-8:30pm) at the WAA Gallery in North Kingstown, RI. Ms. Fawcett, WAA Staff and Board of Directors will present awards with cash prizes at 7:00pm.

WHO is the WAA?

The Wickford Art Association is a non-profit organization with over 450 members from Rhode Island and New England. The association hosts art shows and classes in its North Kingstown gallery and has produced the Wickford Art Festival every July since 1962. Wickford Art Association is dedicated to educating, encouraging and inspiring artists and art lovers throughout the community.


Tuesday - Saturday (11am-3pm) 11:00am-3:00pm, Sunday (noon-3pm)

Event Dates
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from Friday, March 6, 2020 through Sunday, March 29, 2020
Event time
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Cost / donation
Gallery Admission: FREE
Catherine Gagnon,

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