Small Works Project

On View: May 2021–May 2022
Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Friday, 4–7 PM; Saturday, 1–4 PM

Gallery 263 is pleased to announce our new Small Works Project, which presents the work of twelve artists in our new flat files in the gallery. Each of these artists has a drawer in our flat files for the duration of one year. This inaugural group’s work is on view from May 2021 through May 2022. After this time, a new group will be selected. The staff and board of Gallery 263 chose the twelve artists as part of a competitive jurying process. All artists, representing a range of geographic areas spanning from Cambridge to Otis, are based in Massachusetts. This new project provides an additional opportunity for our nonprofit organization to support its mission of supporting local artists.

With the guidance of Gallery 263 staff, visitors will be able to browse and handle works from the flat files. The drawers, which are located at the back of the gallery, are open for viewing during gallery hours. Due to COVID-19, gallery capacity is limited to no more than four visitors at once. Masks are required, and hand sanitizer is available. Disposable gloves will be provided to visitors interested in looking at the works in the flat file drawers. Gallery 263 is free and open to all.

All purchases will be made directly through the artist using the artist’s preferred payment method(s), which will include some or all of the following: PayPal, Venmo, cash, or check. For purchasing questions, please contact the Gallery 263 Exhibitions Manager, Doug Breault, at

Featured Artists
Annielly Camargo, Camilla Kathleen Campos Maloney, Kit Curry, Alexa Cushing, Mark Diethelm, Julia Emiliani, Andrew Fish, Lydia Kinney, Jason Montgomery, Kara Patrowicz, Joshua Porterfield, Michael Stepansky

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.