Creepy Eepy

Posted December 05 2014

Opening Reception Friday October 11 6-9pm. On exhibit through Sunday November 3.

10 artists from Massachusetts and Connecticut delve into the dark creepy recessed of their brains to create new works based on childhood mysteries, fears and Halloween.

Roger Cameron, Scott Decoteau, Joseph Dinunzio, Toby Dutkiewicz, Joseph Galluccio, Nathan Lyver, John Madrid, John McCormack, and Michael Swiatlowski.


In Conjunction with Creepy Eepy we’ll be raising funds for Community Resources for People with Autism and we want you to be part of it.  Download this form, color it, and bring it to FOE with a $2 submission fee.  We’ll put it  on display and available to purchase for $2 at the Creepy Eepy opening.  All submission and purchase fees will go directly to CRPA.  That’s not all.  There will be a Creepy Eepy Coloring book featuring all 9 artists from the show.  All profits from the coloring book will also go to CRPA.  SO come out, have fun and support.

About CRPA

Community Resources for People with Autism provides support, advocacy, information, and practical help for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families living in western Massachusetts.

Community Resources was founded in 1989 by parents of children with autism spectrum disorders.  Their goal was to help families, schools, professionals, agencies, and communities understand autism, promote the well-being of individuals with autism, and foster their inclusion in the community.

Our goal is still to help families build on their strengths, work together to create a positive vision for the future, and help children learn, grow, and be welcomed, fully-included members of their communities.