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.


Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12 - 5pm
Monday: Closed
Open later on nights with events scheduled.

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.

Check out our calendar for public programs related to exhibitions.



Artist Opening Reception: Friday, January 10. 5-8pm.
There will be an artist's talk at 7pm.
Reception catering sponsored by the League of Conservation Voters.
Free and open to the public.

Artist Statement:
No longer can we be sedate in our relationship to place. The Western world has seen its colonization and consumption of the Land as an exercise of eminent domain, unaware, or insensate to the fact that the impacted Land has a reciprocal effect upon its inhabitants. In 2020, we can no longer ignore the effect the changing environment has upon us. As this major cultural transition envelops us, we must redefine and reevaluate our relationship to Land, not only as fuel for the raw engine of capitalism, but in its capacity as a cultural reliquary for memory and narrative.

Through installations, sculptures and drawings that focus on the psychology of Land, Ciara Wright’s work humorously interferes with preconceptions of our relationship to place. With the use of sound and other interactive components, Wright toys with the possibility of manifesting Land’s agency, giving it a ‘voice’ in the contemporary examination of our complicity in a deteriorating natural world.

Artist Bio
Ciara Wright:
Ciara Wright is a mixed media installation artist currently living in New England. They received their BFA in Fine Arts from The University of the Arts in 2018 and have shown work in galleries along the East Coast. Their work investigates the agency of Land in the era of declining industrialism.

Additional support provided by:

Infinite Imaging