ServiceNet’s Inaugural Art Show Opening Reception a Celebration of Creativity and Community
ServiceNet’s first annual art show opened on October 12 with a reception that drew a crowd of over 100 guests, including Northampton Mayor Gina-Louise Sciarra and many more. The event featured live music by Aída O’Brien, catering from ServiceNet’s Rooster Café, and remarks from Julie Schwager, Western Massachusetts Area Director of the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH).
The exhibit, which runs at ServiceNet’s administrative offices located at 21 Olander Drive in Northampton through October 27, features a diverse collection of paintings, photography, and other forms of visual art, reflecting the unique perspectives and creativity of the 30+ artists involved—and all artists are members of the ServiceNet community.
Art viewings and tours are available by appointment Monday-Friday, October 13-27. After the show closes, select art pieces will be displayed at participating locations across western Massachusetts.
The art show also marks the official launch of ServiceNet’s fall fundraising campaign, Together, We Thrive: A ServiceNet Campaign for Community Mental Health and Wellbeing. Many artists have contributed pieces to a silent auction, which will be open until the show’s end on October 27.
To schedule a tour of the show, or for any questions about the silent auction, please contact Director of Communications and Development Amy Diehl at [email protected].