Museum & Box Office Hours
Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm (Dec-May)
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm (Jun-Nov)
Visitors can find us, tour our galleries and studios, and visit the rooftop at 533 Eaton Street.
Click links below to see artists by month.
For more information about the artists, please click on the images below.
Lawson Little has been a visual artist and educator for five decades. He studied liberal arts at Antioch College and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. Lawson was a recipient of a Master of Fine Arts degree from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) with a full academic scholarship from Technicolor, Inc., LA, Ca. He has an extensive background teaching fine and applied arts photography programs including the Cooper Union College. As the photographer for NYC’s Jacob Javitz Center, his work included entertainment, celebrity and editorial work for corporations. Between 1997 and 2012, Lawson worked in the Nashville music industry photographing Americana, country and alternative country artists.
Michelle Lewis is the recipient of the 2018 Marystina Santiestevan First Book Prize chosen by Bob Hicok. She is the author of Animul/Flame (Conduit Books & Ephemera), and two chapbooks, Who Will Be Frenchy? (dancing girl press) and The Desire Line (Moon Pie Press). Her poetry has appeared in Bennington Review, Indiana Review, WSQ, The Feminist Wire, and Denver Quarterly among others. Besides being a regular contributor to The Anomaly Blog, she has written essays and reviews for Gettysburg Review, Rain Taxi, Electric Lit and others.
Lisa Gutkin is best known as a long time member of the Grammy Award winning Klezmatics, and for her score and performance in the Tony Award winning Indecent. She was a backup musician in the Fast Folk Collective, co -founded the “downtown” celtic band, Whirligig, and has had an eclectic career. She’s co-authored songs with Woody Guthrie, Anne Sexton, and Maggie Dubris, performed and composed for Sex and the City, played in Sting’s The Last Ship, written two film scores for Pearl Gluck, and is a MacDowell Fellow.