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Zullo Gallery hosts school show digitally

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While it’s easy to focus on how much kids are enjoying (and parents are not) their nearly three-month vacation from school, there are many special events they are missing out on. But while you’ve likely thought about graduation, prom and other events for high school...

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Zullo Gallery holds holiday exhibit

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter This week, at Art Basel, a banana duct-taped to the wall sold for $120,000. However, after hearing the news, a rival “performance artist” pulled the banana off the wall and ate it in an apparent protest. Lest you think there was anything special about the first banana, it was...
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The man behind the Zullo Gallery

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By Ella Kohler Hometown Weekly Intern What do sneakers squeaking on gym floors and paintings hung to perfection have in common? Two words: Bill Pope. Following a seemingly unlikely career path, this gym-teacher gone gallery-director greatly contributed to the birth of Medfield’s beloved Zullo Gallery and continues to play a key role in its management. Years...
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Zullo Gallery celebrates 30th anniversary

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By Robby McKittrick Hometown Weekly Reporter On Monday, October 1, the Zullo Gallery celebrated its 30th anniversary. The art studio was initially created by Executive Director Bill Pope. Pope explained that the gallery was initially started by the Medfield Cultural Council in 1988 to bring different pieces of artwork to Medfield. “The idea was to...
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Zullo celebrates 2018’s first ‘First Thursday’

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter Zullo Gallery has become an invaluable resource to Medfield’s artists and art enthusiasts. With plenty of space for exhibits, gallery viewing hours on the weekends, and art classes for children and adults, the gallery has helped to keep the town’s art scene alive since it opened in 1988. Since late...
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Gallery students go under the knife

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter The Zullo Gallery’s hours may be limited to Saturday and Sunday afternoons, but that doesn’t mean the gallery isn’t busy during the week. Upstairs in the bright open space, the gallery hosts art education classes for both adults and children. One particular class for adults met for the first time...
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Zullo Art Festival on June 10

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With Needham Bank back as presenting sponsor, food and beverage donations from dozens of establishments in and around Medfield, an auction featuring sought-after items, plus great music, downtown Medfield will be a lively spot for the 8th Annual Zullo Art Festival and Party under the Big Tent from 7 to 11 p.m. on...
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The Zullo Gallery is decked out

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By James Ensor Hometown Weekly Reporter Overlooking the town hall, the library, the center of town and the sunset, patrons gathered at the Zullo Gallery’s weekly Thursday evening barbecue on its rooftop deck. The gallery itself is up a flight of stairs across from the Medfield Library. Founded in 1988, what once was a barren-looking...
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Zullo Arts Festival an elegant evening

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By Geena Matuson Hometown Weekly Staff If you were in Medfield last Saturday night, you may have noticed a giant, white tent radiating jazz and salsa music outside the Zullo Gallery. Each year, the Zullo Gallery Center for the Arts hosts a one-night arts and music fundraising festival right in the heart of Medfield. Sponsored...
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