Community Gallery


The Community Gallery is located in the lobby of the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Emory Street entrance.  For over a decade the Museum has been pleased to offer this prominent gallery space as an exhibition opportunity for both promising and professional artist members. By showcasing one or more member artist(s) per month, the Community Gallery maximizes the exposure of unique art and contact with Museum viewers.

See below to learn more about exhibition opportunities in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Community Gallery.


Community Gallery 

December 1st – 18th, 2021

10th Annual Art of Celebrating:

Trees Lights and Symbols of the Season

Five Golden Rings by Renée Harding; wool, felt & embroidery.

From December 1st – 18th unique holiday art pieces created and decorated by volunteer artists will be featured during “The Art of Celebrating: Trees, Lights & Symbols of the Season.” Each original piece features a creative take on a traditional symbol or scene of holiday celebration. All pieces will be raffled off to benefit Museum art classes and art exhibitions.  Now celebrating its tenth anniversary, “The Art of Celebrating” has showcased the talents of supportive artists and raised thousands of dollars for the organization.

2021’s participating artists include: Christina Beecher, Bill Clark, Michael Evans, Mim Brooks Fawcett, Renée Harding, Margo Lemieux, Rina Naik, Amy Rhilinger, Abby Rovaldi, Tatiana Roulin, Kerry St.Pierre, and Carol Wontkowski. A charming, winter-themed piece by Attleboro’s famed artist, Barbara Corrigan, is part of the exhibit this year thanks to a generous gift from local painter Missy Riley and collector Al Walker. 

This year’s 15 “The Art of Celebrating” pieces will be posted online starting December 1st. The actual items will simultaneously be on display in the museum’s Community Gallery.

Winter Stars by Margo Lemieux; paper lantern with battery tea light. Pictured: Interior and exterior of lantern.

Raffle prices are: one ticket for $1; seven tickets for $5; twenty tickets for $10. Winners will be selected at 4pm on December 18th, 2021.  Ticket holders do not need to be present to win. Raffle tickets can be purchased on this site beginning December 1st, in person at the Museum, or over the phone by calling 508-222-2644 x10 (Tuesday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm).


The Community Gallery


• All Community Gallery artists must be current members of the Attleboro Arts Museum through the run of their exhibition. 

• All artist members must complete at least 5 hours of volunteer service at the Attleboro Arts Museum prior to their anticipated exhibition. We appreciate this valued support. An AAM Volunteer Application and CORI form must be completed.

• All Community Gallery artists must place an ad in the Museum’s Benefit Art Auction full-color catalog. Minimum size ad required is a business card (horizontal format – 3.5” wide x 2” high) ad costing $40.



• A series of artwork is strongly recommended for exhibition in this gallery.

• The number of exhibiting pieces will vary and be determined by the Museum Programs Coordinator. Community Gallery Exhibitions have ranged in size from 3 large-scale pieces to a maximum of 12-15 smaller works.

• All artwork must be consistently framed or gallery wrapped and ready to hang at delivery. All 2-D pieces must have a wire hanging system that is compatible with the Community Gallery rail hanging system provided.  Artists are asked to consider neutral frames (black metal or natural wood) and white or off-white mats for the exhibited artwork.  All framed work must be uniform, please do not submit works that are in several different framing options. These guidelines are designed to yield united and successful presentation solutions that spotlight the art.


To learn more about exhibition opportunities in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Community Gallery contact Abby Rovaldi, Museum Programs Coordinator at either or 508-222-2644 x15

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