Current Exhibitions


May 14-September 3, 2022

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The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf
280 Congress Street, Boston

Gallery Hours are
7:00am – 10:00pm
Sunday – Saturday

Hopscotch, layered with meaning, is imbued with physicality, psychology, entertainment, and challenge. This multimedia exhibition marks the grid in a child’s game of hopscotch as a starting point. It quickly diverges into various topics, including play, gender, mathematics, philosophy, literature, and art history. Extending across cultures, continents, and time, hopscotch imagery was discovered on painted grey ware in Ancient India. Also, it has been reported to have been used as endurance training for soldiers in the Roman Empire. The exhibition plays hopscotch by evoking movement and conveying a sense of passing through geographical areas or fields of endeavor.

Artists, Performers, and Poets include:
Nancy Agabian
Tina Chakarian
Susan Denniston
Masha Keryan
Jennifer Liston Munson
Marsha Nouritza Odabashian
Jennifer Jean Okumura
Celeste Nazeli Snowber
Arevik Tserunyan


Set in the Atlantic Wharf Gallery, the Hopscotch Seaport exhibition features poets, multimedia, and visual artists who bridge various disciplines to pitch outside the box and leap dynamically through eternity!

New England Pop-Up Exhibitions

Sponsored by ArtScope Magazine

Thoughts Produce Noise

In-Person • Online, 2021

Landau Gallery


The Passage of  Time

In-Person • Online, 2021

Front, Atrium, and Harbor Park Gallery,

John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse, Seaport


Collective Consciousness

In-Person • Online, 2021

Beacon Street Art Gallery

The Future is Many Colors, Boston

In-Person • Online, 2021

Front Atrium and Harbor Park Gallery,

John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse, Seaport

AC 5

In Person • Online, 2020

460 Harrison Ave, Suite C6, SoWa Art & Design District

International Exhibitions

Sponsored by ArtScope Magazine

Hopscotch at Atlantic Wharf

In-Person • Online, 2022

Atlantic Wharf Gallery

Above Us Only Sky

In-Person • Online, 2022

Atrium Gallery, Seaport

Online-only Exhibitions

Sponsored by ArtScope Magazine


Emotional Landscapes, 2022

Flowers for Mom, 2022

With Sympathy: Mourning our collective loss, 2022

Introspective, 2022

The Blue Hues of  Time, 2021

The AC World in Colors, 2021
The Future is Many Colors, 2020

Curators: Philip Gerstein and Marsha Nouritza Odabashian

Darkness Before Dawn, 2020