Art Show


Annual Art Exhibition & Sale
Call for Artists

In honor of Margaret Stearn's wish to support the charitable, religious, and educational needs of the community, the Trustees of Arnolds Mills Community House, 75 Hillside Road, Cumberland, are delighted to announce the 34th Annual Art Exhibition & Sale.

Fri.  April  14th,  7:00 -  9:00 pm

Sat. April  15th, 11:00 - 6:00 pm

Sun. April 16th, 11:00 – 4:00 pm

The awards presentation, Fri. 14th, 7:30 pm 

For the juried 34th Annual Art Exhibition and Sale, the artwork will be exhibited by adult artists from greater Cumberland and art students from Cumberland High School. A wide variety of artistic mediums will be exhibited in oil, watercolor, acrylic, sculpture, ceramic, and photography. In addition to the exhibited art, artists are also encouraged to present Bin Art for sale of their original art, reproductions, note cards, etc. 

Monetary Awards, Adult and Student Artists:


1st Place  $250.00

2nd place $200.00

3rd place $150.00

Hm.     $100.00

Mt.       $75.00

C.H. Student Artists:

1st place $200.00

2nd place $175.00

3rd place $150.00

Hm. $100.00

 Mt.   $75.00

Juror Announcement:

Arnolds Mills Community House is delighted to announce the juror for the 34th Annual Art Exhibition will be Ms. Mim Fawcett, the Executive Director of the Attleboro Arts Museum.  In addition to raising the museum’s profile to national prominence regarding the exceptionally fine quality of the museum’s exhibitions, she is a well-established art jurist throughout New England and an active proponent of public artwork.

Call For Artists

Arnolds Mills Community House will hold its 34th Annual Art Exhibition & Sale, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, April 14th, 15th, & 16th, 2023.

Adult Awards: pt $250, 2nd $200, 3rd 150, HM $100, M $75

Cumberland H.S. Awards: pt $200, 2nd $175, 3rd $150, HM $100, M $75

Opening reception Friday, April 14th, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Saturday & Sunday viewing hours are 11:00 to 4:00 pm. It will be a juried-for-submission exhibition with cash awards totaling $1,475.00 presented to outstanding adult artists and Cumberland High School student artists.

Adult artists must register for submission by Thursday, March 2nd, 2023.

Contact Robin Langevin, Program Administrator, at robin49tn@cox. net to receive exhibition protocol information. Artist Bin Sales is also welcome for display. There is no commission requested on sales.

Juror: Ms. Mim Fawcett, a great proponent of public art, and the Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Attleboro Arts Museum, will be the juror

for this exhibition. Ms. Fawcett, in addition to raising the profile of the Attleboro Arts Museum to national prominence regarding the exceptionally fine quality of the museum's exceptions, is a well-established art jurist throughout greater New England.

All adult artists must be preregistered and bring their artwork to the Arnolds Mills Community House, 75 Hillside Road, Cumberland, RI, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, April 11th, 12th, and 13th, from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.

Robin Langevin

Program Administrator


34th Annual Art Exhibition & Sale

Arnolds Mills Community House

75  Hillside  Road, Cumberland, RI

This exhibition is open to Adult Artists and Cumberland High School Art students.

It is a juried-for-submission exhibition with cash awards totaling $1,475.00.

No sales commission is requested.


Adult Artists: pt $250,2nd $200,3Ro $150, HM $100, M $75 Cumberland High School Awards: ist $200,2nd $175, 3rd $150, HM $100, M $75

Protocol for Adult Artists

Preregistration via email or postal service by Thursday, March 2nd, 2023, is required. On receipt of the Protocol, the artist must email a list of artworks being submitted noting: titles, media, framed dimensions, prices, and contact info to Robin Langevin, Program Administrator, The list can be mailed to Robin Langevin,76 Norman Street, Cumberland, RI, 02864. All art must be delivered to Arnolds Mills Community House, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, April 11th, 12th & 13th, from 3:00 to 6:00 pm, and a liability waiver signed.

A registration fee of $15 is required when the art is delivered. Up to 4 pieces may be submitted. No framed art larger than 28" square. All art is to be properly prepared for hanging. Art must be appropriately labeled on the back indicating the artist's name, title, medium, size, sale price, or N.F.S. Not For Sale. Each artist should provide a biography on 8 Yi" x 11" paper that will be incorporated into an Artist Bio booklet for the attendee's reference.

The name and contact info of the buyer will be recorded and given to the artist. The sold art must remain for the duration of the exhibition. Artists must make arrangements for the buyer to pick up the artwork at the close of the exhibition, Sunday at 4:00 pm.

Artists are encouraged to exhibit Bin Art for sale: original art, reproductions, cards, etc.

Please display in professional bin stands or basket containers that would compliment the historical context of our Quaker Fire Place Room where all Bin Art will be displayed.

NOTE: The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Meet the Artist Reception, Friday, April 14th, from 7 to 9 pm, Awards Presented at 7:30 pm

The viewing, Saturday, April 15th, from 11 to 4 pm

Viewing, Sunday, April  16th,11to 4 pm

Robin Langevin,

Program Administrator