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Beginning at the End: Portraits of Dementia - Extended Run
The Umbrella Community Arts Center in Concord presents the powerful exhibition by writer/photographer Joe Wallace, “Beginning at the End: Portraits of Dementia”
The Umbrella Community Arts Center in Concord presents the powerful exhibition by writer/photographer Joe Wallace, "Beginning at the End: Portraits of Dementia."
The exhibit is a photographic portrait project humanizing people affected by Alzheimer's and dementia by challenging the audience to consider the subject and their lifetime of experience even if they can no longer access or share their memories.
Wallace's goal is to challenge perceptions about what aging with Alzheimer's and dementiaView more
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Please note: During June, the front entrance of The Umbrella will be closed for renovations. Access to the gallery at 40 Stow Street will be through the back stairwell entrance.
40 Stow Street, Concord, MA 01742
Free parking is usually readily available in municipal parking lots adjacent to building and directly across Stow Street (not normally shown on Google maps), as well as on most surrounding streets. See a map of ADA parking and entrances around The Umbrella here.
The Umbrella is in Concord Center, easily accessible from the Walden exit of Route 2. The Umbrella is also 2 block walk (about 0.4 mi., 7 minutes) from the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Concord Station stop at 90 Thoreau Street.