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A Community Arts Center in Greenfield, MA
Our mission is to create opportunities and build community in and through the arts and humanities. We are a space where all artists, including marginalized communities and individuals, can have their voices heard. Patrons are welcomed into our community and discover thought-provoking, entertaining, and inspiring works of art.
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Our new project indiVISIBLE is part of MassHumanities’ Expand Massachusetts Stories program. Guided by Lindy Whiton and Alfonso Neal, indiVISIBLE will document—in images and stories—lives of indispensable, yet too-often-invisible, agricultural workers in Franklin County.
On the Boards
Join The LAVA Center and local playwrights Christine Benvenuto, P. H. Crosby, Nina Gross, Jan Maher, Silvia Martinez-Howard, and John McDonnell Tierney for a festival of staged readings in June.
Come hang out in our cozy new cafe!
self-serve, donation-based coffee and tea… library full of artsy stuff… awesome music… chat with friends… make new friends!… work, write, doodle, daydream…
Current Gallery Exhibits
Why I Go to School: Expressions through Art by the Children of Twice As Smart
A creative exhibit that showcases Twice As Smart students’ expressive art, self-portraits, and personal essays. Twice As Smart is an educational justice program founded by Gloria Matlock.
No Somos Máquinas (We Are Not Machines):
Farmworker Resistance in the Connecticut River Valley
This fully bilingual exhibit sheds light on the experiences of local farmworkers in Western Mass through portraits and interpretive panels. (on display through May)