CoBACH Center exhibits member art in downtown Brighton
The City of Brighton Arts, Culture and History (CoBACH) Center is located at 202 W. Main in Brighton, next to the Millpond. Hours vary. Currently open Saturdays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed Mondays, all other days open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hours may vary during holiday periods. The curator is Pamela Day, and you may reach her at email@example.com with questions.
The CoBACH Center is one of the "Main Street Studios" bringing art to Brighton. The CoBACH Center is shared by three organizations: the Brighton Art Guild, the Historical Society, and the Players who give performances there. Upstairs, artists meet for classes, critiques and open studios.
“Harvest of Art” -- November 2 – December 21, 2017
The current exhibit is a harvest of creativity. All mediums and styles are represented, in many price points. See flyer for details.
Upcoming CoBACH exhibits include:
“The ‘Reject’ Show” – January 4 – April 1, 2018
Qualifying members are invited to bring in work for this exhibit. What qualifies members for this exhibit is that the work(s) brought in must have been entered into a past exhibit and was rejected, but, then, entered into another show where it did get ‘juried in’, and better yet – earned recognition. Each artist is asked to write up a short story about the experience that will be posted next to your work.
Bring in your work to the January 3 meeting or deliver to CoBACH by the morning of January 4 by 10:30. Please note should there be ice and snow that keeps us from meeting, there will be an alternative drop-off date. Keep up with your posting in your emails for notice of any changes. Both2-D and 3-D works accepted.
“May Flowers” – April 25 – June 3, 2018
By popular demand the “May Flowers” exhibit will return to the CoBACH Center. All members are invited to bring in work for this exhibit that in any way may be interpreted to be floral and/or colorful from realistic, abstract, or non-representational. Bring work to the April meeting, please, or deliver to CoBACH by April 25 at 10:30 am.