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BCA Photo Group Exhibit: What Catches the Eye

Bedford Free Public Library 7 Mudge Way, Bedford, MA

The Bedford Free Public Library will host an exhibit of the work of 25 members of the Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group.  The exhibit, juried by photography educator and curator Erin Carey and entitled What Catches the Eye, showcases the range of photographic styles represented in the Group.  The show will open on Friday, November 12 and close on Wednesday, January 12.  Plan to stop by the Library to check out the exhibit.  A reception will be held at the Library on December 5, 5-6 pm, when  Erin will be present to talk briefly about the exhibit. The


The Rotary Club of Bedford Meeting

First Church of Christ, Congregational 25 The Great Rd, Bedford

We are a relatively small group of professional men and women who live and/or work in or around the town of Bedford, Massachusetts. We care about our Town, its people and the greater global community and are willing to give of our time and effort to make a difference in Bedford and around the world. We are now meeting in hybrid format - both in person and online. Come join us and see what we are all about! If you'd like to join our meeting virtually, contact us by Tuesday morning at 10am and we'll try to provide a link

BCA Photo Group Member Showcase


The annual programming of the Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group now includes one evening devoted to showcasing the work of different BCA members.  We feel fortunate that on Tuesday, January 11 at 7 PM we will offer presentations by accomplished members Astrid Reishwitz, Dennis Rainville and Diane Bennett. Astrid"s work explores storytelling from a personal perspective.  Using keepsakes from family life, old photographs, and storytelling strategies, she builds a visual world of memory, identity, place, and home.  Her current focus is the exploration of personal and collective memory influenced by her upbringing in Germany. Dennis is a fine art photographer