Brattleboro Museum and Art Center

Brattleboro Museum and Art CenterVernon St., Brattleboro

Housed in the old Union Railroad Station the museum presents art and ideas to inspire, educate, and engage people of all ages. Exhibits by regionally and internationally acclaimed painters, sculptors, quilters, and photographers.

Hooker-Dunham Theatre and Gallery

Hooker Dunham139 Main Street, Brattleboro
(802) 154-9276

The Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery provides an open venue for the visual and performing arts. It is also available to all artists, actors, theater companies, musicians, photographers, dancers, painters and sculptors, video artists, filmmakers, and performance artists.

In-Sight Photography Project

insight46 Flat Street, Suite 1, Brattleboro

In-Sight Photography Project offers meaningful photography courses to all interested youth ages 11-18 regardless of their ability to pay. In-Sight believes in the transformative power of art and takes pride in its student’s active artistic participation in the community.

Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts

Mitchell Giddings - Kevin photo183 Main Street, Brattleboro
(802) 251-8290

Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts features innovative works by midcareer and established artists in a variety of media.  Co-founders Petria Mitchell and Jim Giddings have been successful professional artists for 35 years.  During that time they have been intimately involved in several nonprofit arts organizations including the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, The River Gallery School of Art,  Windham Art Gallery, and Brattleboro West Arts.

River Gallery School – Main Street Studio and Gallery 34

River Gallery School logo32 Main Street, Suite 201, Brattleboro
(802) 257-1577

Brattleboro’s newest galleries, Main Street Studio and Gallery 34 showcase artists working, revolving exhibits, and community events.

Vermont Artisan Designs

106 Main Street, Brattleboro
(802) 257-7044

Vermont Artisan Designs Gallery is fine art and contemporary American craft gallery celebrating a wide variety of artists and artisans – primarily from Vermont and other parts of New England – for the past 40 years.  New works and monthly exhibits are featured.