Rockport Art Association & Museum’s Experimental Group Hosts Guest Presenter: Lisa Goren

“The Pivot and the Hustle” with Boston artist, Lisa Goren

May 20, 2021, 7:00pmOn ZOOM (contact Nella Lush, Experimental Group, Chair, via email  for invite)

Rockport Art Association & Museum’s Experimental Group, 12 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

The Experimental Group of Rockport’s Art Association & Museum is happy to host a zoom presentation with award winning artist, Lisa Goren. Learn how Goren has moved forward with her art during these difficult times. Listening, creating, and accepting that a change was needed and then taking that change to the public, as a part of her artist persona.

Artist Bio:

Lisa Goren was raised in NYC and has been working in Boston, Massachusetts for the past 25 years. She is the current Vice-President of the National Association of Women Artists (Mass. Chapter). During the Pandemic, she has been working on smaller paintings of ‘Animals Taking Over during the Quarantine’ as well as portraits of health care workers (chosen to be in The Best Art Created by Washington Post Readers During the Pandemic by Washington Post).  Lisa has also been published in the New York Times,

Don’t miss Lisa’s current show featuring over one hundred works at the Cotuit Center for the Arts thru May 1, 2021.

The Experimental Group is a creative forum, its main mission is to increase public awareness and to foster self-expression by bringing artists together to explore and share ideas that cultivate creative freedom. The EG is encouraged and supported by the Rockport Art Association & Museum.  

If you would like a zoom invite to the event, please contact: Nella Lush, Experimental Group, Chair, via email  The Rockport Art Association & Museum (RAA&M) is one of the oldest and most active art organizations in the country. The Association has a long and distinguished history that has spanned 100 years.


My boys have long since gotten over seeing their “name in lights” while driving in/out of Boston. Looking for the big pink letters that spell out “Schrafft’s” used to be a game we played when off on adventures. As they grew older they were more impressed that they have lineage in the Candy Business than seeing their name. Go figure.

Thanks to Paul Horovitz for snapping this photo upon stumbling upon this great wooden box!

I think people should re-evaluate their airline rankings in regard to American and Spirit

I’m not sure where American gets off considering itself a premium airline. Planes are ancient. They charge for baggage. We got no food service. Delays.

At least Spirit you generally get cheaper flights.

I think American sucks.

All the people that fly Spirit and have a delay forget that Jet Blue and American have delays as well only you pay way more.

Jet Blue at least they have TVs and WiFi free.

There’s no reason to pay more to fly American if your only options are Spirit and American.

I’d pay more to fly Jet Blue but not American.

And before anyone starts in saying that Spirit nickle and dimes you-

Spirit starts off with a super low fare and you pay ala cart for what you want 99 percent of the times you can still fly cheaper on Spirit plus the upgrades than flying American.

F American.