The Lotvin Family Gallery
The HCA gallery opened this beautiful exhibition space in 2015. Its purpose is to provide adventurous exhibitions of work by established artists, emerging artists, members of the HCA community, and educational and community projects.
Our open call for artists and proposals are available to all artists–including our current and recent HCA instructors, staff, and students. We have a rolling submission for our exhibition proposals and our curator fellowship application, and a couple times a year juried calls for art.
Call for Art
Artists may present work for consideration by responding to group and juried show opportunities through our call for art and proposal opportunities.
Information for Artists
Resources for artists who will be exhibiting in the gallery, including, the fine print, artwork labels, how to hang your work, and more.
View are current, upcoming and past exhibitions in the Lotvin Family Gallery. The gallery is open to the public and always free!
I received grants from local
@masscultural councils to go into towns to speak with teens about being themselves. These teens inspired, created art. The Bold and Beautiful Teen Show was born.
Rebecca McGee Tuck
I am grateful to be among so many artists who are using the power of art to send out messages of hope, compassion and inspiration.
I showed alongside local legend Mark Mercer in "The Rust of Us" curated by Visual Art + Gallery Director, Sarah Alexander. The show was amazing. I am blown away by her vision to pair our work together.
Growing up in the border city of San Diego and Tijuana, I am inspired by multicultural environments. I am also highly inspired by nature and the resilience of the human body. My practice explores the body as both a site and a machine.