Elisa Adams

2021 Arlington International Film Festival Submissions

NESA has initiated a partnership with our friends at Arlington International Film Festival…Art for art! Late Deadline ~ Sunday, May 30th The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) based in Arlington, Massachusetts is pleased to announce the Eleventh Annual Call for Submissions featuring the work of independent and student filmmakers from Massachusetts, USA, and the Global

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Welcome New Members!

John BonSignore, Judith Cassell, Joseph Criollo, Louise Cutler, Sophia DiLibero, Sabrina Fadial, Joe Gitterman, Vincent Hawley, Lee Hutt, Jacob Kulin, David LaCount, Eric Lintala, Jacqueline Lorieo, David Madacsi, Robert Markey, Robert Meyer, James O Payne, Jr, Wendy Reasenberg, Zahava Sherez, Amanda Sisk and T. Sammie Wakefield! We are so thrilled to have you!

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The Equinox

Congratulations to the Winners of the Online Juried Equinox Show!

Elisa Adams, David Adilman, Bruce Armitage, Cassie Doyon, Carolyn Enz Hack, Domenic Esposito, Liz Sibley Fletcher, Kimberly Harding, Linda Hoffman, Lee Hutt, Cornelia Kavanagh, Eric Lintala, Madeline Lord, Jacqueline Lorieo, David Madacsi, Bradford Matthew, Martina Angela Muller, Roe Osborn, Wendy Reasenberg, Stacy Latt-Savage, Zahava Sherez, Amanda Sisk, Allen Spivack, Carolyn Wirth and Melanie Zibit! The

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The Dance

News from our Artists

Congratulations to NESA’s Melanie Zibit — a prize winner 3 times over She entered three of her sculptures in the All Women’s International online exhibit, sponsored by the organization, Light Space and Time based in Palm Springs, California, USA.  It is an exciting venue because it receives international recognition, and it attracts many artists from

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Monk by Madeleine Lord

Old Frog Pond Farm hosts a sculpture show called “Refuge”

Old Frog Pond Farm artists have created new sculptures on the theme of Refuge and our annual outdoor exhibit, Around the Pond and Through the Woods, will be open Thursdays through Sundays, 11-4 pm, beginning on September 3. As we are navigating our time during COVID, these events are wonderful respites and in glorious settings. Please go and have a look! Enjoy a

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Burlington Sculpture Park

First Installation for The Burlington Sculpture Park~Truth #1 by Peter Dellert

We are pleased to announce that the partnership between NESA and The Burlington Sculpture Park is at the stage of installation of the chosen works. They will be installed 2-3 each month, til the park is complete in September. After over a year and 1/2 of meetings and planning, Peter Dellert installed his 600lb steel

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Covid 19


Local From the MA Dept. of Unemployment Assistance: “The federal government has also recently issued additional guidance on Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, a CARES Act provision that makes unemployment benefits available to individuals who are self-employed . . . . The PUA application is not available at this time, but DUA is working to make it available as



It has been an amazing journey. The idea of a sculpture park in Burlington was the brainchild of Jon Sachs, Burlington Town Member. He saw the lack of an art community’s presence in Burlington. He further thought that bringing the arts to Burlington, a town known primarily for its business and consumer industries, would be


Take A Stand


We hope many new and amazing sculptures will come out of this time, from our community.   We are lucky to be artists. We can be creative and thoughtful with our time.  Post your thoughts and photos of what you have been doing on our public FaceBook Page for all to see and be inspired.


Andreas Von Huene - Red Owl

Spirit of Place Exhibition

The Trustees of the Reservation and the New England Sculptors Association partnered for a 6-month outdoor sculpture exhibition at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate. Spirit of Place exhibition included 32 pieces created by New England’s finest sculptors and placed in gardens, along woodland paths, and alongside historic landscape features. Castle Hill on the Crane Estate is a National

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bear sculpture

Changing Landscape: Sculpture at the Eustis Estate Exhibit

Historic New England and the New England Sculptors Association presented Changing Landscape explored how sculpture has an impact on its environment and enhanced a visitor’s experience. The art became an integral part of a garden, started a path, or created a focal point. Visitors walked among the strategically placed sculptures and saw their surroundings in a

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