The Art Connection
The Art Connection is a nonprofit organization that expands public access to visual art through a unique art donation and placement program. Working with artists and collectors who wish to donate artwork to public and nonprofit organizations, The Art Connection acts as an art clearinghouse, simplifying the donation process and offering a wide range of original works for selection by qualifying nonprofit agencies in Greater Boston.
539 Tremont Street (mailing)
Boston, MA 02116
551 Tremont Street (physical location)
Boston, MA 02116
Blick Art Materials
Wall space available for small group or solo shows. Please email for additional information.
619 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
Brickbottom Artists Association, Inc.
Membership is open to the Somerville and Boston communities at large.
1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville
Caldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Exhibit space is in office. Contact the office for an application.
1730 Massachusetts Avenue
or 40 Brattle Street
Cambridge Art Association
Membership organization. Juried exhibitions are mounted at Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Lowell Street, University Place Lobby at Harvard Square, and Wainwrights Bank at Kendall Square.
25 Lowell Street
Cambridge Artists Cooperative
Call for entries.
59A Church Street
Cambridge Community Center - Riverside Gallery
The Riverside Gallery is hosted by the Cambridge Community Center and runs exhbitions throughout the year.
5 Callendar Street
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
space available: Two large galleries. Proposals are accepted year-round and reviewed by a program committee
41 2nd Street
Cambridge Performing Arts Center
Located just blocks from Lechmere, the Cambridge Performing Arts Center is the home of the School of Groove, Rock and Roll Daycare, Xibus Performance Hall (for recording and performance), and CPAC Lounge and Café. Exhibition space is also available.
535 Cambridge St.
Cambridge Public Library
Central Square Branch
On-the-Wall Gallery, a 10'x10' wall for 2-D art
CCTV- Karen Aqua Gallery
A gallery for the forum of visual arts particularly for Cambridge artists. See the website for submission information.
675 Massachusetts Ave.
Chandler Gallery - Maud Morgan Arts
The Chandler Gallery works with Maud Morgan Arts to showcase Cambridge based artists, featuring solo and small group shows.
20A Sacramento Street
A future performing arts center for film, music, opera, dance, and drama in development. At present time the center is a venue for public art.
161 First St.
Contemporary Arts International (CAI)
This facility includes a 50'x100'x20'H Studio, outdoor sculpting courtyard, storage space and equipment which can be used for sculpture making and installation, music concerts, and theatrical performances.
68 Quarry Road
Acton, MA 01720
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Dante Alighieri Society
space available: classrooms, auditorium, exhibition space
41 Hampshire Street
A non-profit art gallery for members of the local and regional community which offers film and music events, artist workshops and creative space.
263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
for show set up email: email@example.com
Harvest Co-op Markets
A newly established 13’x 6’ exhibition space for small 2-D artwork shows seeking artist submissions for the space.
580 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 661-1580 x112
Contact Valeria Ramon, firstname.lastname@example.org for submission details
The New Art Center in Newton
The New Art Center in Newton has a 30-year tradition of using the Main Gallery for group exhibitions (two persons or more) curated by an exhibiting artist or independent curator. Through the Curatorial Opportunity Program (COP), curators and artists are invited to submit a proposal and images to use the gallery space for an exhibition.
61 Washington Park
Newtonville, MA 02460
Exhibitions Manager: Kathleen Smith
Newton Free Public Library
Monthly Art Exhibits by regional artists are presented in the Gallery and Main Hall. The space is enthusiastically viewed by many visitors and extensive media attention is given to each exhibit. Procedures for entry are posted on the web site.
330 Homer Sreet
Newton Centre, MA 02456
Out of the Blue Gallery
A community art gallery that exhibits community and outside artists (at a very reasonable fee) at their main location (106 Prospect Street), and promotes artists within well known business satellite sites in the Cambridge and metro-Boston area: The Middle East Restaurant, 1369 Coffeehouse (Inman/Central), All Asia, Brookline Lunch, The Harding House and more!
106 Prospect Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
contact: Tom Tipton/Deborah M. Priestly
gallery available and two classrooms
47 Palmer St.
contact: Susan Scotti: email@example.com
Pierre Menard Gallery
This flexible exhibition space is available for events.
In-house event consultants are available to help organize an event in these either of two spacious floors convenient to Harvard Square.
10 Arrow Street
Proprietor: John Wronoski
Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University
The Latin American and Latino Art Forum brings contemporary Latin American and Latino art to Harvard University through exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and artists' visits. These programs generally revolve around two artist selected each year from a juried exhibition.
1730 Cambridge Street
Art Forum website: www.fas.harvard.edu/artforum
Sign of the Dove
(aka The Christmas Store)
an artists' cooperative
Porter Square Shopping Center
36 White Street
University Lutheran Church
space available: The exhibiting artist usually gives a portion of the proceeds to the church shelter or to help maintain and renovate the gallery.
66 Winthrop Street