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JLive with Adria Arch

Hosted By: Jewish Arts Collaborative

JLive

JLive is our series of virtual cultural experiences. Meet some of the best Boston area talent, telling their Jewish story through art. This session’s artist is Adria Arch.

Adria Arch is a painter and mixed media artist. Her work is represented in corporate and private collections including the DeCordova Museum, Fidelity Corporation, the Boston Public Library, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Adria specializes in helping students unlock their creative potential. She has taught painting, drawing, and printmaking at Montserrat College of Art and Massachusetts College of Art and Design, numerous art centers and museums, and privately. Adria’s studio is in Newton, MA and she also teaches at her home studio in Arlington, MA.

 

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Adria Arch

Adria Arch is a painter and mixed media artist. Her work is represented in corporate and private collections including the DeCordova Museum, Fidelity Corporation, the Boston Public Library, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Adria specializes in helping students unlock their creative potential. She has taught painting, drawing, and printmaking at Montserrat College of Art and Massachusetts College of Art and Design, numerous art centers and museums, and privately. Adria's studio is in Newton, MA and she also teaches at her home studio in Arlington MA.
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