9th Annual Members’ Exhibition

On View: September 17–October 17, 2020
Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Friday, 4–7 PM; Saturday, 1–4 PM

Gallery 263 is pleased to reopen* to the public on Thursday, September 17 with our 9th Annual Members’ Exhibition. As we celebrate nine years of our Artist Membership Program, we would like to recognize the talented artists we have had the honor of representing. Gallery 263 is grateful for this opportunity to provide exposure and support for emerging and established artists. Our Artist Members’ work represents a rich variety of mediums, styles, and content, all of which will be on display in this year’s exhibition.

The Artist Membership Program remains a vital part of our mission. Artist Members benefit from a web presence on gallery263.com, waived application fees to all of our artist opportunities, full profit on sales of artwork, as well as networking and social events.

Featured Artists
Blake Brasher, Courtney Cullen, Henrietta Davis, Tamar Etingen Susan Greer Emmerson, Sekyo Haines, Sirarpi Heghinian-Walzer**, Francine Hiller, Jenny Lai Olsen, Liliana Marquez, David Pendery, Carolyn Sirois, Dominique Stassart, Elizabeth Zeldin

*The gallery has been closed to the public since March due to COVID-19. We look forward to reopening with the following safety protocols:

  • Gallery capacity is limited to no more than four visitors at once.
  • Masks are required.
  • All visitors need to maintain physical distance from the gallery attendant and each other.
  • Surfaces, including doorknobs, will be frequently cleaned by gallery staff.

Header Image: Courtesy of Gallery 263 Artist Member Susan Greer Emmerson

**On view online only.

CELEBRATING THE REOPENING OF GALLERY 263: Interviews with gallery staff and artists by Jess Costello for Boston Hassle

Gallery 263 advances the artistic endeavors of makers and performers, while fostering public engagement, enrichment, and exchange. Functioning as a creative nexus, Gallery 263 provides a contemporary voice for the arts in Cambridge and our regional communities.

Gallery 263 exhibits are free and open to the public.