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The Artspace Gallery

The Artspace Gallery has a rich history of housing artists and creatives from a wide variety of backgrounds. Our current mission for the Artspace Gallery is to invite new artists, artists new to Western Massachusetts, our students, and our instructors, to showcase their work.
For a closer look at art shows and events, check out our Social Media!

Upcoming Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

Now Accepting Exhibition Proposals for Fall 2024- Spring 2025!

Local artists and curators are invited to propose an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery, located at 15 Mill Street, in Greenfield, Massachusetts, from September 2024 - June 2025.

This season of exhibitions in our gallery is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. This grant is intended to elevate the work of rural and emerging artists in Greenfield and Franklin County.

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis, and scheduling shows as soon as we can. Submit your proposal online ASAP

A huge thank you to the National Endowment for the Arts for supporting us. Read about it here.

The Artspace Community Gallery is in part supported by The Mass Cultural Council and the MCC Festivals and Projects Grant

Valley Arts Mentorship Showcase

GCC Student Group Exhibit - on display June 6th - 28th
The Valley Arts Mentors group pairs aspiring artists with experienced creatives in the Valley for a 6 month mentorship.

This exhibition showcases the work by artists Davida Carta, Lorna Ritz, Rochelle Shicoff, Laurel Rogers, Julia Rowinski, Clare Churchill-Seder, Jamie Brelsford, Godeliéve Richard, and Laura Josephs


Click here to learn more about the Valley Mentors

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A GCC Student Exhibition

May 3rd, 2024 - May 31st, 2024
Showcasing work by Sam Kuusinen, Ava Machowski, Suzy Q Groden, Isabella Lonardo, Madeline Keating, Mars, + Erin Shabunin

This exhibit is the culmination of work by a small group of GCC student artists, corralled by Joan O’Beirne of the Art Department and instructor

While brainstorming an idea for the show title, the groups grew increasingly distracted – and decided that the word “distractions'' truly encapsulated their collective experience. Distraction – not necessarily being negative – is an opportunity to explore and experiment with their art. The work you see represents a struggle between avoiding distraction and embracing the chaotic nature of creating.

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A Solo Exhibit by Jules Jones

April 5th, 2024 - April 26th, 2024
Artist Jules Jones incorporates oil painting and collage through a mosaic-like process. Throughout their work, Jones references more overt Medieval themes, further investigations into the Divine Feminine via goddess imagery, and broad themes on love and spirituality.

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50th Annual Teen Show

Group Exhibition

February 16th, 2024 - March 15th, 2024

Showcasing work from young teen artists attending Pioneer Valley Regional, Stoneleigh Burnham, Eaglebrook, Academy at Charlemont, Northfield Mount Hermon, and Franklin County Technical School

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C.R.E.A.T.E. - The Recover Project

Group Exhibition by the Recover Project


November 17th, 2023 - December 23rd, 2023

"We have decided to develop a strategy to effectively change social attitudes towards addiction. We have done this by creatively expressing ourselves, our bodies and our minds through art music dance and yoga. Spending our time together as peers, we stand by a code of ethics to create that safe space where we can nurture and develop our creative interests. Anything is better than substance use so we perform daily tasks to keep ourselves busy doing. Being.

Know us, observe our work, and decide for yourselves is this a good way to stay sober and off drugs? This is how we represent ourselves. Enjoy!”

-Taaniel Herberger-Brown, showcasing artist


YIKES! - Chloe Torri

A Solo Exhibit by Chloe Torri

Oil Painting + Installation

October 6th, 2023 - October 27th, 2023

Yikes! is an exploration of nostalgia, Millennial Americana, the dotcom boom, queerness, and joy, through vivid oil paintings and immersive installation.
Chloe Torri is a painter & interdisciplinary artist living in Florence, MA.

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Shifting - Annaleah Moon Gregoire

A Solo Exhibit by Annaleah Moon Gregoire

Oil Painting, sculpture, printmaking

September 8, 2023 - September 29, 2023

Shifting is the third solo exhibition by Annaleah Moon Gregoire, a mixed-media artist based in Greenfield, Massachusetts. This show will feature Gregoire’s latest series of oil paintings reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic. By highlighting themes of isolation, rest, healing, and community, this series gives the viewer pause to consider the ways in which our lives are changing and being experienced differently as a result of the pandemic. 

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Mike and Ike's

An exhibit of art by Kyle Compton-Burch, Aubree Guilbault,
August Etzel, and Timothy Glover

Group Exhibition - Photography, Oil Painting, Pastels

May 19, 2023 - June 2, 2023

Kyle Compton-Burch, TImothy Glover, Aubree Guilbault, and August Etzel came together to organize this gallery show. They got the chance to collaborate on their final project in the Visual Arts Seminar class at Greenfield Community College. The title "Mike and Ikes" was inspired by a question that came up during one of their discussions: If you were able to taste your artwork what would the flavor be?

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A Pastel Exhibition

The Mill Street Artists

Group Exhibition - Pastels + Watercolor

April 14, 2023 - April 27, 2023
This group had originally practiced pastels under Becky Clark for nearly a decade (prior to 2020). They continue to meet monthly for group critiques and support, and they’re back at Artspace this April for their very popular group showcase. This exhibition showcases work by artists: Claire Blatchford, Cliff Carlson, Carolyn Gross, Liza O'Neil, and Shannon Shreve.


Teen Art Show

Franklin County Teen Art Show

Group Exhibition - Painting, photography, sculpture, drawing
January 20, 2023 - February 17, 2023
This Exhibition features two-dimensional and three-dimensional artwork from High Schools across Franklin County. Showcasing the vast array of talent from our community’s up-and-coming young artists working in paint, photography, ceramics, and more!

Students from Stoneleigh- Burnham, Northfield Mount Hermon, and Pioneer Valley Regional are featured in this exhibition

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