Exhibition Spaces

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13 Forest Gallery

13FOREST Gallery searches New England for outstanding artists - established and emerging - to offer the very best in original art and contemporary craft.  Proposals may be sent to info@13forest.com

167A Mass Ave

Cultural District
Arlington Center for the Arts

The new Shaira Ali Gallery at ACA features exhibitions of local and regional artwork, both juried and open community shows. 

20 Academy St

Cultural District
Artful Heart Gallery

Our mission is to support local artists by providing an exciting venue to display and sell their work.  By hosting artist talks and special events, The Artful Heart Gallery encourages the wider community to see and share the beauty of locally made crafts.

828 Massachusetts Avenue

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Jefferson Cutter Gallery

The room has a variety of uses, including art exhibition space. Artists looking to show their work should contact Nancy Lea Flynn at 781-643-2520.

611 Mass Ave

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Music Studios of Arlington

Storefront window exhibition space. Contact: Ali Carter at acarter@town.arlington.ma.us.

399 Mass Ave

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Mystic Open Studio

The Mystic Open Studio is an exciting new collaboration of three women, Nicole Weber, Marina Strauss and Charlotte Milan, who have come together with a common vision of creating an artist collective in a 1,000 sf shared studio space. Our core of artist-members is growing, and we're energized by the diversity of perspectives and mediums that are materializing in the space. Interests include building, using power tools, pottery, collage, journaling, textile art, painting, etc. In our space we gather, experiment, teach & learn, exhibit, and create. We welcome additional artists and crafters, both as core members & on an hourly basis for workshops and open studio time. Our future plans include collaborating with other Arlington businesses, public art projects, educational and environmental organizations, and the broader arts community. Come visit us to learn more.

875 Mass Ave Arlington, MA 02476

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Old Schwamb Mill

A living museum where woodworkers today still make exquisite hand-turned oval frames on 19th century lathes in a wooden mill building dating from the time of the Civil War. The Mill also hosts regular art exhibitions in its historic building.

For information on exhibition space, email info@oldschwambmill.org.

17 Mill Lane at Lowell Street

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Pollinators Mural by Sophy Tuttle and Arlington Climate Futures Interns

Interns associated with the Remembrance of Climate Futures - Arlington public art project collaborated with Sophy Tuttle, a local artist, to research, design, and paint a mural encouraging residents to learn about and support native plants and pollinators, which are crucial to ecosystems. The mural was painted over a two week period in May of 2022. It spans a building with several vibrant storefronts, including the new home of Artful Heart Gallery, Otaku jewelry and antiques, and others. Learn more about this project at https://www.climatefuturesarlington.org/projects-7

830 Massachusetts Ave Arlington, MA 02476

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Portal Crystal and Art Gallery

Newly opened in Arlington Center, the Portal Crystal Gallery devotes an entire room to showcasing outstanding paintings and photography, with new Artists exhibiting monthly. Musicians welcome too! Email Kyle@portalcrystalgallery.com

489 Massachusetts Avenue

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Robbins & Fox Libraries

Organizations and individuals interested in exhibiting artwork in library spaces can fill out an application form at least two months in advance but no more than six months prior to the proposed exhibit.

Robbins Library - 700 Mass Ave, Fox Branch Library - 175 Mass Ave

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Town Hall Gallery

2nd Floor Gallery (outside the Lyons Meeting Room)
Managed by the Arlington Center for the Arts

730 Mass Ave (Arlington Town Hall)

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Za Restaurant Mural by James Weinberg

Fox Mural on Za Pizza in East Arlington - Next time you are in the neighborhood of the Fox Library be sure to check out the new “Fox” mural by Somerville artist, James Weinberg, on the side of Za Pizza. The mural is a celebration of local wildlife, while the fox has become a veritable icon of the neighborhood by virtue of the Fox parade during Feast of the East, the Fox Library and its mini fox murals by Shun Yamaguchi, and Artbeat’s Follow the Fox summer art adventure. Weinberg is a graphic designer, illustrator, and silk screen printer. His murals, featuring bright graphics and layering shapes and colors carry influences from folk art and silkscreen practices. Several of his murals can be seen at Assembly Row and other locations throughout Boston.

138 Massachusetts Ave Arlington, MA 02474

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