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Wednesday July 20, 2016 -  Saturday July 30, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Nomadic Soul: The Journey of a Life    
    Contact: Lucia Shannon   508-580-7890 x203   lshannon@ocln.org
   

Just back from an exhibit in Rhode Island’s capital, Providence, where her work was viewed by Cape Verde’s President Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Fatima Fidalgo Barros will be presenting Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life, a solo art exhibit at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery, Brockton Public Library, and 304 Main Street. The exhibit will run from July 14-30, 2016. 

Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life is inspired by artist Fatima Fidalgo Barros’s own life journey. Each painting reveals the soul of a person shaped by four countries and the discovery of her own personal identity. Fatima Fidalgo Barros, an artist of Cabo Verdean descent, was raised in Cabo Verde, Angola, South Africa, and Portugal.  Ms. Barros is an avid jewelry maker and has been painting for many years. Her artwork has been exhibited at prestigious galleries across New England with organizations such as the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Rhode Island State Council of the Arts, Attleboro Arts Museum and many others. This is the second solo exhibit of Fatima Fidalgo Barros at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery.

This exhibit is sponsored by Movimentu Shokanti, an organization that connects and engages neighborhoods, communities, artists, and arts organizations, providing an opportunity for cultural cross-pollination. The purpose is to create access to all the arts and encourage an awareness, appreciation, and respect for diverse cultural traditions. Brockton Public Library has worked closely with Movimentu Shokanti to enrich the public’s scope of contemporary art which reflects a global community.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Driscoll Art Gallery
 
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Nomadic Soul: The Journey of a Life    
    Contact: Lucia Shannon   508-580-7890 x203   lshannon@ocln.org
   

Just back from an exhibit in Rhode Island’s capital, Providence, where her work was viewed by Cape Verde’s President Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Fatima Fidalgo Barros will be presenting Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life, a solo art exhibit at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery, Brockton Public Library, and 304 Main Street. The exhibit will run from July 14-30, 2016. .

Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life is inspired by artist Fatima Fidalgo Barros’s own life journey. Each painting reveals the soul of a person shaped by four countries and the discovery of her own personal identity. Fatima Fidalgo Barros, an artist of Cabo Verdean descent, was raised in Cabo Verde, Angola, South Africa, and Portugal.  Ms. Barros is an avid jewelry maker and has been painting for many years. Her artwork has been exhibited at prestigious galleries across New England with organizations such as the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Rhode Island State Council of the Arts, Attleboro Arts Museum and many others. This is the second solo exhibit of Fatima Fidalgo Barros at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery.

This exhibit is sponsored by Movimentu Shokanti, an organization that connects and engages neighborhoods, communities, artists, and arts organizations, providing an opportunity for cultural cross-pollination. The purpose is to create access to all the arts and encourage an awareness, appreciation, and respect for diverse cultural traditions. Brockton Public Library has worked closely with Movimentu Shokanti to enrich the public’s scope of contemporary art which reflects a global community.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Driscoll Art Gallery
Friday July 29, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Nomadic Soul: The Journey of a Life    
    Contact: Lucia Shannon   508-580-7890 x203   lshannon@ocln.org
   

Just back from an exhibit in Rhode Island’s capital, Providence, where her work was viewed by Cape Verde’s President Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Fatima Fidalgo Barros will be presenting Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life, a solo art exhibit at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery, Brockton Public Library, and 304 Main Street. The exhibit will run from July 14-30, 2016. 

Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life is inspired by artist Fatima Fidalgo Barros’s own life journey. Each painting reveals the soul of a person shaped by four countries and the discovery of her own personal identity. Fatima Fidalgo Barros, an artist of Cabo Verdean descent, was raised in Cabo Verde, Angola, South Africa, and Portugal.  Ms. Barros is an avid jewelry maker and has been painting for many years. Her artwork has been exhibited at prestigious galleries across New England with organizations such as the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Rhode Island State Council of the Arts, Attleboro Arts Museum and many others. This is the second solo exhibit of Fatima Fidalgo Barros at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery.

This exhibit is sponsored by Movimentu Shokanti, an organization that connects and engages neighborhoods, communities, artists, and arts organizations, providing an opportunity for cultural cross-pollination. The purpose is to create access to all the arts and encourage an awareness, appreciation, and respect for diverse cultural traditions. Brockton Public Library has worked closely with Movimentu Shokanti to enrich the public’s scope of contemporary art which reflects a global community.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Driscoll Art Gallery
Saturday July 30, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Nomadic Soul: The Journey of a Life    
    Contact: Lucia Shannon   508-580-7890 x203   lshannon@ocln.org
   

Just back from an exhibit in Rhode Island’s capital, Providence, where her work was viewed by Cape Verde’s President Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Fatima Fidalgo Barros will be presenting Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life, a solo art exhibit at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery, Brockton Public Library, and 304 Main Street. The exhibit will run from July 14-30, 2016. 

Nomadic Soul: The Journey of Life is inspired by artist Fatima Fidalgo Barros’s own life journey. Each painting reveals the soul of a person shaped by four countries and the discovery of her own personal identity. Fatima Fidalgo Barros, an artist of Cabo Verdean descent, was raised in Cabo Verde, Angola, South Africa, and Portugal.  Ms. Barros is an avid jewelry maker and has been painting for many years. Her artwork has been exhibited at prestigious galleries across New England with organizations such as the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Rhode Island State Council of the Arts, Attleboro Arts Museum and many others. This is the second solo exhibit of Fatima Fidalgo Barros at the Joseph A. Driscoll Gallery.

This exhibit is sponsored by Movimentu Shokanti, an organization that connects and engages neighborhoods, communities, artists, and arts organizations, providing an opportunity for cultural cross-pollination. The purpose is to create access to all the arts and encourage an awareness, appreciation, and respect for diverse cultural traditions. Brockton Public Library has worked closely with Movimentu Shokanti to enrich the public’s scope of contemporary art which reflects a global community.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Driscoll Art Gallery
Thursday August 4, 2016 Go To Top
rec_scissors&glue 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Summer Walk-In Craft    
    Contact: Children's Room    508-580-7890 x301   
   

Kindergarten - Grade 6

Children may walk in to the Main Library anytime between 10 a.m.-noon.to work on a craft project.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Main Library
Friday August 5, 2016 Go To Top
misc_new_blue 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Read and Create @ the Main Library    
    Contact: Children's Room   508-580-7890 x301   
   

Birth- Age 5

This family program will feature themed stories, crafts, information and resources for parents as well as a FREE BOOK for every child.

Main Library:  Fridays, August 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Please sign up in the Children's Room or call.

    

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Main Library
Thursday August 11, 2016 Go To Top
rec_scissors&glue 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Summer Walk-In Craft    
    Contact: Children's Room    508-580-7890 x301   
   

Kindergarten - Grade 6

Children may walk in to the Main Library anytime between 10 a.m.-noon.to work on a craft project.

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Main Library
Friday August 12, 2016 Go To Top
misc_new_blue 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Read and Create @ the Main Library    
    Contact: Children's Room   508-580-7890 x301   
   

Birth- Age 5

This family program will feature themed stories, crafts, information and resources for parents as well as a FREE BOOK for every child. 

Main Library:  Fridays, August 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Please sign up in the Children's Room or call.

    

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Main Library
Friday August 19, 2016 Go To Top
misc_new_blue 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Read and Create @ the Main Library    
    Contact: Children's Room   508-580-7890 x301   
   

Birth- Age 5

This family program will feature themed stories, crafts, information and resources for parents as well as a FREE BOOK for every child. 

Main Library:  Fridays, August 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Please sign up in the Children's Room or call.

    

[Main Library Address & Hours]
    Location: Main Library
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