To showcase the possibilities of collective art-making, local artist Fish McGill has curated a show that runs until Saturday at Waltham’s Lincoln Arts Project. Represented in the show are 13 collectives with 75 artists who have created about 200 works. McGill, who often creates public art in collectives, said visitors will get a sense of the power of collaboration, how the process works, and hopefully walk away inspired to try it themselves. The Lincoln Arts Project at 289 Moody St. is the brainchild of artists Pat Falco and Elliott Anderson, who created the space to promote young artists. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 4 to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. Visit lincolnartsproject.tumblr.com for more information.
- Megan McKee