Patio Life opens this Friday at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

A free reception for the artist and the public will be held at the gallery on Friday, October 5th from 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

“Jamie’s work knocks me out,” says HCA director Kris Waldman, who organized the show. “He brings us face to face with the mystery and beauty of the world right under our feet. I think our audience, from artists to parents to kids, will feel the same way.”

For more information about this exhibition, the Lotvin Family Gallery, or the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, contact Kris Waldman at or 508.589.4409.

If you plant it, they will come.


The Hopkinton Center for the Arts offers arts to all people. Our classes, productions, and exhibitions serve an inclusive community of students, performers, and exhibiting artists diverse in age, ability, experience, ethnicity, and geography.

In the visual arts, theater, music, and dance, HCA annually offers over 200 classes to over 1,000 students, from preschool to seniors, drawn from the diverse population of over 40 neighboring cities and towns. In 2015 the HCA opened the new art center, with newly renovated classrooms, a new 200-seat performance space, and a new exhibition space. The Delbridge Family Performance Space and the Lotvin Family Gallery annually present dozens of productions and exhibitions by students and adults, amateurs and professionals.


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