Together We Rise: Gallery at the Wall celebrates student art in Nashua May 4

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Timeless by Ariana Tomala

NASHUA, NH – On May 4, at 2 p.m, the community will celebrate Together We Rise, at the Gallery at the Wall, as the artwork of Yusuf Abudi will be replaced with a new exhibit by student artists enrolled in the Nashua School District Grades K-12 and the Adult Learning Center – Clearway High School. Together We Rise! weaves the social and cultural fabric of Nashua through the celebration of diversity and inclusion.

The artwork that will be featured are from student artists that were selected as Panel Finalists from over 350 student submissions. The artwork will be displayed in this beautiful outdoor gallery from May 4, 2019 – mid April 2021.

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Gulumph by Patrick Lemist

Both of these special celebrations are free. Come by and meet the student artists, dignitaries, the GATW team, and hear more than 60 children from the Charlotte Avenue Elementary School perform during the ceremony.

More student art work will be on view all day at Alec’s Shoes, 201 Main Street, Nashua, and at the Nashua Telegraph newspaper’s front lobby at 110 Main Street, Nashua.

Part 1: Walk as One at 1 p.m. for World Peace, in Rotary Park’s labyrinth as others join us in the same time zone world wide. 

Part 2:  2 p.m. Dedication Ceremony of the New Exhibit – Together We Rise at the Gallery at The Wall. At Rotary Park just a few feet from the Labyrinth.

During the judging of artworks by city students on Mon. Feb. 4, 2019. Photo by Allegra Boverman.

The Gallery at The Wall is a rotating Gallery that serves as a living monument to the Greater Nashua Community, by providing future artists a platform for their creativity and expression. Images of the Nashua Community’s past history are displayed along side the vibrancy of the City’s present by inaugural artist, Yusuf Abudi.

Rain Date: May 5, 2019 at 2:00 pm.

The Gallery At the Wall dedication will also include a choral performance by over 60 students from Charlotte Avenue Elementary School during the event and various local dignitaries will be on hand, plus students and their families.

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