The Sandisfield Arts Center Gallery is located on the first floor of the Arts Center and is available to local artists. We generally have shows each month during the season (May through November), beginning with an opening reception where you can meet the artist, view the work, and enjoy light refreshments. After the reception, the Gallery is open during performance dates or by appointment.
For 2021, we begin with outdoor receptions in June, with the Gallery open for small groups to visit. By October, we hope that the reception can be indoors in the Gallery itself, possibly with any necessary social distancing.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you are interested in having your work shown at the Arts Center.
To get a real-life sense of our gallery, watch artist J.D. Logan hanging his work for his 2018 show at our gallery (from his Instagram page with permission).
Upcoming Events › Gallery
The Sandisfield Arts Center is pleased to announce the Daniel Manacher Prize for Young Artists, submission deadline June 15, 2022. Three artists will be selected as finalists and each will receive $350 in support of their art practice, as well as a group show of their work at the Sandisfield Arts Center in August, 2022. The prize was generously created by Adam Manacher and Carol Birnbaum, the parents of Daniel Manacher in memory of their son and his passion for…Find out more »
Opening reception 4 - 6 PM June 4. The show continues to July 3 and is on view before performances and other events, or by appointment. Contact [email protected] if you'd like to arrange a visit Jacob Fossum lives in Mill River and is on the faculty at Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington. He holds an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and is one of the founding members of the Railroad Street Collective which has a…Find out more »
Opening reception 4 - 6 PM July 10. The show continues to August 3 and is on view before performances and other events, or by appointment. Contact [email protected] if you'd like to arrange a visit. Stacey Silkey is an artist who lives in Otis. She received her MFA from Lesley University and was the 2016 winner of the Berkshire Art Association Fellowship Award. Her work can be viewed hereFind out more »