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The museum is currently closed. Reopening July, 2021
The Art Complex Museum is free and open to the public, located at 189 Alden Street in Duxbury, Massachusetts, 33 miles south of Boston.
Wednesday – Sunday: 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays and National Holidays
Admission to all exhibitions is free.
The Art Complex Museum’s galleries are wheelchair accessible.
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23 minutes ago
Michael Stasiuk's "Old Amish Man," in Michael's work space. The dragon head on the wall is part of a much larger costume that Michael also made. From 1991 until this past summer, Michael had been the propmaster for the Mudd Butt Mystery Theater Troupe in Telluride, Colorado.
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1 hour ago
More Michael Stasiuk from the George Marshall Store Gallery. Like most of the work in the show, this piece sold. A dizzying amount of red dots in this exhibition!
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2 hours ago
More from Michael Stasiuk's show, "Animalia," at the George Marshall Gallery in York, Maine. Michael has shown at The Art Complex Museum a few times over the last twenty or so years. Most recently, in "Some Assembly Required" in 2018.
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18 hours ago
Today is National Black Cat Day! Black cats have an undeserved reputation for being bad luck, especially during the Halloween season as they’re associated with witches and other spooky things. National Black Cat Day aims to eliminate the stigma by celebrating the lovable furry felines. There are more black cats than any other color!
Artist Wanda Gág created this wood engraving entitled, Cats at the Window in 1929. In addition to being a prolific printmaker, Gág was widely known for her children’s books, including Millions of Cats (1928). The book won the Newbury Honor Award in 1929. Millions of Cats is considered a classic in children’s literature, has never been out of print and is the oldest American picture book still in production.
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20 hours ago
Another one of Michael Stasiuk's "characters" from his exhibition, "Animalia," at the George Marshall Store Gallery in York, Maine.
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21 hours ago
Baseball player by Michael Stasiuk at the George Marshall Store Gallery in York, Maine. This is part of "Animalia," Michael's part of the group show. So nice to be making a few curatorial trips again.
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This barn (next to the George Marshall Store Gallery) was owned by John Hancock. He used the building as storage for the goods he sold to the stores on coastal New England.
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Mary Harding has built the gallery into one of New England's best over the past 25 years. The gallery was first a store (opening in 1861) and later home to the York Art Association.
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Curatorial trip to York, Maine the other day to see "Animalia," Michael Stasiuk's show at the George Marshall Store Gallery.
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4 days ago
The Chameleon Arts Ensemble opens its fall 2020 virtual chamber music season with a colorful avian-themed program – recorded outdoors, among the birds – on the grounds of The Art Complex Museum, in Duxbury, MA.
The concert, titled “communing with nature,” includes a selection of Duos for two violins by Béla Bartók; Franz Joseph Haydn’s sparkling C Major String Quartet, Op. 33, No. 3, “The Bird;” and John Luther Adams’ stunningly beautiful songbirdsongs for two piccolos and three percussion. Adams describes his songs as “echoes of rare moments and places where the voices of birds have been clear and I have been quiet enough to hear.” The result is an intimate dialogue between people, music, and nature.
It will be available to stream on-demand on Chameleon’s website (chameleonarts.org) from Saturday, October 24 at 7 PM through Saturday, October 31, 11:59 PM EST, and will additionally include artist interviews and downloadable program booklets.
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