Check out our latest e-blast by date. Catch up on the latest from the Griffin. To receive our E-blast by email, subscribe for e-news above. 2017 September 19, 2017 E-Blast for the Griffin Museum September 12, 2017 E-Blast for the Griffin Museum September 5, 2017 E-Blast for the Griffin Museum August 29, 2017 E-Blast for… [Read More]
We lost a unique person and photographer this week. Marie Cosindas leaves us at age 93. We thought she would live forever. The New York Times writes on her life.
Griffin Museum of Photography 23rd Annual Juried Show Ed Friedman Legacy Exhibition Juror: Hamidah Glasgow Exhibition dates: July 6 – September 1, 2017 Reception July 13, 2017 (with juror) 67 Shore Road, Winchester MA 01890 Selected Artists (55 photographers/57 photographs): Anne-Laure Autin, Zeren Badar, Hannah Bates, Clare Benson, Richard Boutwell, Alexandra Broches, Robert Calafiore, Lauren Ceike,… [Read More]
We have closed this opportunity for now. We may open it at another time. The Griffin Museum is growing and this is your chance to get in on the ground level, literally! We’re building a terrace and walkway in the side yard on Shore Road in Winchester. The new patio will be linked to a… [Read More]
Congratulations to Tricia Gahagan who has been awarded the John Chervinsky Scholarship! Thank you to the judges who spent long arduous hours deciding the outcome. View the press release here: John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship awards 2016 Our thank you to the judges and nominators for the thoughtful time spent. Scholarship Awardee Tricia Gahagan Finalists Vanessa… [Read More]
What we have done with the 22nd Juried Show: Peter Urban Legacy Exhibition… Elizabeth Avedon juried an exhibition for the Griffin Museum’s main gallery to run through the end of August. She also assigned $4,300 in awards to different artists. Also part of the Juried Show process was to choose 4 photographers to be exhibited… [Read More]
The Griffin is supporting national Autism Awareness Month in April 2016. In Winchester people are wearing blue, lighting their homes blue and learning about autism. This effort is sponsored by Winchester Disability Access Commission, Brio Integrated Theatre and the Winchester Multicultural Network. There is a lighting ceremony on Winchester Town Common on April 26th at… [Read More]