Letter from the Curator

The Grubbs Gallery serves two important purposes. First, it is a valuable educational tool for our Williston community. Second, it supports both regional and non-regional artists, artisans, and sculptors, providing them with an unique exhibition space on a beautiful campus in the Pioneer Valley--which itself is rich with artists.

Monthly exhibits expose our students to some of the vast artistic styles and media that exist. Individual exhibitors are asked to give a gallery talk and/or to discuss their inspirations, techniques, and medium choices with a studio class.

The students benefit from the opportunity to ask the guest artists questions: why they paint in a particular style, how their work is political, why a certain subject interests them, how long a piece took to complete, and everything else that comes to mind!

Every year, the Grubbs Gallery features a great line-up of shows. The schedule often includes abstract and figurative paintings in oils and watercolors, sculptures, etchings, collages, and more.

We welcome you to any and all shows!

Natania Hume
Curator, Grubbs Gallery
Visual and Performing Arts Department Head

Gallery Hours

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, 1-5 p.m.
The gallery is closed during school vacations.


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