The gallery space at the Jamestown Arts Center has become one of the most exciting places to experience art and design in southern Rhode Island. Because of its large size and high ceiling height, the space is unique and lends itself to a variety of exhibits in both two and three dimensions as well as installations. Please contact Exhibitions Director Karen Conway at email@example.com for questions related to the gallery.
Above image: Xander Morro, Nebraska 1 (detail), 2015, Quilted and Silkscreened fabric with embroidered patches, 6’ x 5’
Alfred Smith, Woodland Garden, acrylic on canvas 18” x 36.”
Since 1984, Flying Shuttles Studio, an award-winning art program of the Arc of Blackstone Valley,
has supported the creative endeavors of artists and weavers with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Thursday, January 10th 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
January 10 – February 22, 2019
Wed. – Sat., 10 am – 2 pm, or by appointment
January 21st for MLK Day
January 26th for Film Screening
February 18th for Presidents’ Day
The gallery space at the Jamestown Arts Center has become one of the most exciting places to experience art and design in southern Rhode Island. Because of its large size and high ceiling height, the space is unique and lends itself to a variety of exhibits.
If you are interested in showing your work or curating a show, you must submit a proposal to the exhibition committee. We strongly urge you to visit the space first so that you understand its possibilities and limitations. We are also very interested in collaborating with other spaces and organizations, particularly outdoors in Jamestown.
The gallery is currently booked through 2020.
Please note the gallery space is also used for monthly film screenings, theatre productions, concerts, JAC talks, and other events. All sculpture and installations must be movable to accommodate other programming.