Tulipomania: Saturday, June 25th, 2-4pmTulipomania: Saturday, June 25th, 2-4pm

The Art Lovers Book Club Presents:
“Tulipomania – The Story of the World’s Most Coveted Flower & The Extraordinary Passions It Aroused” by Mike Dash.

Saturday, June 25th from 2-4pm

Free and open to all (you do not have to read the book to attend). Reservations are requested, but not required, by June 23rd. 508-222-2644 x10 or office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Guest Speaker: Carol Govan of the New England Society of Botanical Artists (NESBA)


View a list of works selected by guest juror Beth Urdang for the Attleboro Arts Museum’s national juried exhibition – Patterns.

Exhibition Dates: June 22nd – July 22nd, 2016

Opening Awards Reception: Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016; 7-9pm. Free and open to all.

Image: Anne Plaisance

Teen Docent ProgramTeen Docent Program

Attleboro Arts Museum Teen Docents lead museum tours and educational experiences for children and families. Our Teen Docents are volunteers that come from all backgrounds and interests, but they all share a common passion for art and engaging with children and families.

This program is open to students in grades 9 – 12 and is a community service opportunity.

Summer Art Classes

View our schedule of summer offerings for all ages. The Attleboro Arts Museum offers summer arts experiences for children, teens, and a popular visiting artist portraiture workshop for adults. Registration is underway.  Call 508-222-2644 x10.  

Museum Gift Shop

Our gift shop maintains a selection of unique housewares, jewelry, accessories, greeting cards, innovative toys, ceramics, original art, books and more.

Hours & Admission

Gallery Hours from May 31 – September 2nd: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am – 4pm.

Standard Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 10am – 5pm.

Admission and parking are free. Donations are always appreciated.
(Our main gallery may not be open between exhibits, please call for information: 508-222-2644)

Community Gallery

The Museum’s June 2016 Artist of the Month: Vaidehi Jawale, recipient of the Museum’s Viktor Schreckengost Mangbetu Award.