Works from the Morristown Art Association on Exhibit in KMA Community GalleryJuly 24, 2008 | BigWheel
The Knoxville Museum of Art showcases works of the Morristown Art Association through September 15, 2008.
The exhibit features works from members of the Morristown Art Association (MAA) of East Tennessee. The selected works represent a variety of techniques and media, ranging from watercolor to metal sculpture.
The MAA was organized in 1968 by a group of artists interested in the furtherance of visual arts in the community. The goal of the organization is to promote and encourage the appreciation, understanding and practice of art.
Members volunteer their time teaching workshops for the association, as well as volunteering in community art projects. They enter their work in area shows and Exhibitions, work with the Rose Center to teach classes and donate their work for area non-profit agency fundraising events.
Membership is open to all artists and individuals having an interest in and an appreciation of the visual arts. Visitors are welcomed and encouraged to join the organization and participate in MAA events.