‘Inside the Outside’
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ (MCLA) Gallery 51 will present, ‘Inside the Outside: Reconsidering Our Views about Art,’ an exhibition that will run through Saturday, March 23 featuring outsider and self-taught art, and contributions from professionally trained artists and teachers.
Self-taught and outsider artists are considered to be outside the typical artist spectrum including, but not limited to, people living in isolated or marginalized communities, artists with mental or physical disabilities, and those who have not been influenced by the established art world. The work of artists and teachers Renee Bouchard and Ilene Spiewak will be displayed with selected artworks by students from the Lee Massachusetts College Internship Program, alongside other art by self-taught artists from the private collection of Jamie Franklin and Renee Bouchard.
MCLA Gallery 51 is located on 51 Main Street in North Adams, Mass. For more information, go to mcla.edu or call 413-664- 8718.