REOPENING IN JULY
GALLERY A3 WILL REOPEN ON JULY 1, 2021
New hours: Thurs.-Sun., 3-7:00 pm
Social distancing guidelines in place
Gallery A3 Reopens July 1, 2021
Massachusetts is reopening and so is Gallery A3! After a year of showing artwork in window displays only, due to the pandemic, we are excited to open our doors and invite the public inside for in-person gallery visits. On July 1, Gallery A3 resumes its schedule of monthly one- and two-person shows. Inward & Outward, works by Janet W. Winston and Laura Holland, will be on display in July; work by GK Khalsa and Tom Morton will be featured in August.
To ensure health and safety, we have upgraded the ventilation system, and we ask visitors to wear masks inside the gallery. We will also have limited capacity—four visitors at a time and no openings with refreshments—until conditions permit. For the present, gallery hours will be 3-7:00 pm, Thursday - Sunday. Updated information will be posted on the gallery website.
With monthly Artist Forums online, on the third Thursday of every month at 7:30 pm, we continue to reach out to the community. The Artist Forums are free and open to the public, with pre-registration required (see website). We are grateful for support from the Amherst Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Open Sign, digital photograph, Marianne Connolly
G.K. Khalsa at Gallery A3, digital photograph, Nancy Meagher
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