The Sandy Cleary Community Art Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Nashua Center for the Arts, inside the concourse that runs along West Pearl Street, from the Main Street Lobby entrance to the West Pearl entrance. It gives local artists the opportunity to display and sell their work to thousands of people attending concerts and events at the Center annually.
The new Winter rotation from January through March features four of Nashua’s talented photographers displaying photos from their unique perspectives.
Click on the links below to see information on each artist, the price of their artwork, and contact information on how to purchase their artwork.
Nashua Community Arts and the Nashua Arts Commission are collaborating to provide Spectacle Live, the operator of the facility, with planning, operation, and management of the gallery. Exhibitions include recognized local artists, emerging artists, and student artists with a goal of reflecting the demographics of Nashua, the most diverse city in New Hampshire.
Exhibitions change four times a year for three months each. The second rotation, from April – June, is reserved for student art and is managed by the representatives of the Nashua School District on the Gallery Steering Committee. A Call for Artists will be issued once a year in January. The Gallery Steering Committee may initiate themes for certain rotations. Art subject matter must be approved by the Gallery Selection Committee and found not offensive to general members of the public.