Since 1879, the Copley Society has remained a self-sufficient, nonprofit arts organization. It may come as a surprise to you that the Copley Society, despite its longevity, has no endowment fund. As a result, annual financial needs have been met through members’ dues, artwork sales, special fundraising events, and donations from our supporters. Due to the recent severe budget cuts in the arts, we have relied upon patrons to support the exhibition programs and the educational outreach programming needs at Co|So. Please consider a tax deductible donation to the Copley Society of art.
The Copley Society of Art is the oldest nonprofit art association in the United States. Fresh
Copley Master John Traynor has built an astounding following and reputation ever since he became a professional artist more than thirty years ago.
Mary Hughes’ solo show, “Sense and Essence,” opens in two weeks. The exhibition features Hughes’ latest abstract works that explore organic forms and how nature and cities converge.
The Copley Society of Art (Co|So) is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement and promotion of its member artists. Dedicated to the
enjoyment of visual arts, the organization provides a platform for arts cultivation while engaging and educating the public. Artist membership is
comprised of contemporary and traditional artists admitted by a credentialed committee.
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158 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
TUE - SAT 11am - 6pm
SUN 12pm - 5pm
MON by appointment
Schedule may be altered over holiday weekends.