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Celebrating 15 years opening doors to creativity.

9th Annual National Juried Exhibition << Back to Exhibits Page May 18 – Jun 30, 2021 This exhibit has historically seen artworks in numerous media including painting, drawing, print making, collage, photography, sculpture, mosaics, fiber art, fabric, stained and fused glass, and more. Award winners announced on June 11, 2021.  Watch video below. AWARD WINNER…

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Opening Doors to Creativity This year we’re celebrating 15 years since opening our doors! We are continuing our celebration with our Door Ornament Fundraiser! To commemorate 15 years since the Bower Center opened its doors and our hearts to the community, we’ve created completely handcrafted door ornaments. To get your keepsake door ornament, stop by…

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Masquerade/It’s Hip to be Square Scavenger Hunt! Take a closer look and venture through our online exhibits to complete the Scavenger Hunt for Masquerade and It’s Hip to be Square! Complete the hunt and turn your answers in to our front desk to claim your treasure. Happy Hunting! Categories Exhibits General History Archives Archives Select…

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Through the LENS << Back to Exhibits Page August 24 – September 25, 2021 This is the Bower Center’s first ever judged photography exhibit. People, animals, landscape or cityscape, action or still-life, documentary, humorous or sentimental, realistic or abstract … It’s your choice! Meet the Judge – Jean Wibbens Jean is a photographer in rural…

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2nd Biennial Fiber Arts National Juried Exhibition << Back to Exhibits Page July 6 – August 21, 2021 This exhibit includes all forms of fiber art: functional, wearable, and fine art, original in concept and design, and must not have been created in a class/workshop, or from a kit, or been in a previous juried…

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Masquerade Youth << Back to Exhibits Page March 23 – April 24, 2021 Masquerade … what ideas does this conjure up? … Mystery? Intrigue Fear? Excitement? Fun? There are culturally diverse masks; i.e Hawaiian, Polynesian, African, Native American, Asian, and Carnival and Mardi Gras masks worn in parades and parties. Many are very elaborate as…

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Masquerade << Back to Exhibits Page March 23 – April 24, 2021 Masquerade … what ideas does this conjure up? … Mystery? Intrigue Fear? Excitement? Fun? There are culturally diverse masks; i.e Hawaiian, Polynesian, African, Native American, Asian, and Carnival and Mardi Gras masks worn in parades and parties. Many are very elaborate as are…

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It’s Hip to be Square << Back to Exhibits Page March 23 – April 24, 2021 Like many artists before us, from Mondrian to Picasso, we ask that your art “Be there and be SQUARE!” This exhibit is made up of artworks of many mediums and themes, but all conform to being square in shape.…

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Fun Fact – The Bedford Boys! Through research and speaking with individuals from the Bedford Boys Tribute Center we discovered a deep connection between the Bedford Boys who sacrificed their lives for their hometown on June 6, 1944. One of the nineteen young men from Bedford who lost their lives that day was Sgt. Frank…

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