Gallery

The Gallery at 3S is an incubator of ideas, facilitator of original content, and advocate for contemporary artists. Each year the gallery presents exhibitions that highlight unprecedented innovation across disciplines, celebrate artistic excellence, encourage lively discourse, and foster an unwavering appreciation for the vital role that art plays in our community.

Stay connected to the Gallery from home by visiting our Virtual Gallery: GALLERYAT3S.ORG

Private Gallery visits are available Saturdays & Sundays: Click here to make a reservation.

JANUARY 8 - FEBRUARY 28





Phantasmagoria

Works by Mia Rollins

Artist Statement: Phantasmagoria explores the murky divide between memory and imagination, science and magic, and posits that all good moments in time are never lost- they merely turn into a kind of dormant magic, waiting to be conjured up whenever and wherever we need joy most. Read more...


Cluster

Works by Craig Hill

Artist Statement:
In combining his Surrealists interest in the unconscious with a postmodern sensibility, Craig Hill creates evocative paintings and collages that are distinctively psychically charged. Read more...

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EXHIBITIONS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

GALLERY HOURS:
Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12 - 5pm
Virtual Gallery: GALLERYAT3S.ORG

Currently we have a 10 person capacity for in-person visits to the Gallery. Visitors are required to wear a mask during your visit and to maintain 6ft. of physical distance with others outside your party. Read more about our Health & Safety Guidelines for visitors here. Thank you!

Would you prefer a private visit to the Gallery with those in your personal quarantine bubble? We are offering private Gallery visits on Saturdays and Sundays during operating hours. Please reserve in advance at the link below. (10-person capacity applies.)


The Gallery is occasionally closed for private events or for exhibit installations, and occasionally open outside regular hours during public performances, by appointment and by chance.