"Bring The Good" is a refreshing new concept and art show produced by Christopher J. Carino and Jamie Dean along with the Lynnfield Art Guild. The show will be running at the Albion Cultural Exchange located at 9 Albion Street in Downtown Wakefield on six consecutive Friday Evenings from 5 to 7:30pm, January 21st through February 25th 2022. The show is about positive vibes, big color and the confidence we all gain by promoting the ever-present good we have in our lives. The show will represent the colors of Summer to lift spirits through the long dark Winter months.
The term "Bring The Good" is a catch-all approach to life. "It just clicked with us this past year and we realized quickly it was something special we wanted more of," according to Jamie Dean, the show's co-producer.
In addition to the positive energy the show represents, it will also feature many new to ACE artists from members of the Lynnfield Art Guild. "As a regional artist hub, ACE is now attracting artists and attendees from all over the North Shore of Boston" said Christopher J. Carino, the show's Executive Producer and Chairperson of the Albion Cultural Exchange. "The show is all about positivity, mindfulness and the creative economy's impact in our booming Downtown Arts District," Carino said.
Beverly Cook of the Lynnfield Art Guild is responsible for beginning the new relationship with the Albion Cultural Exchange and the Lynnfield Art Guild. She reached out to the ACE team after hearing about the recently completed gallery renovations. Dan Abenaim, President of the Lynnfield Art Guild along with the "Hanging Team" have also been instrumental in providing support and design to the galleries layout for this show. The Lynnfield Art Guild team is excited to bring their energy and works to the Albion Arts District and Downtown Wakefield for this high energy show.
"Bring The Good" will be opening on Friday January 21, 2022 from 5:00 to 7:30pm. The show will run for six consecutive Friday nights ending on February 25, 2022. In addition to the dates open to the general public, the Albion Cultural Exchange also offers private tour experiences.(PTE) These tours are designed for individuals and small groups that prefer a more private opportunity to view the art work. (Email email@example.com for details and to coordinate times.) All COVID and public health guidelines will be followed and masks are required for admittance.