DownStreet Art

DownStreet Art is a public art project designed to revitalize downtown North Adams. By harnessing existing art organizations and events and transforming vacant and open spaces into art destinations, DownStreet Art defines North Adams as a cultural haven, driving tourists and community members.

51 Main Street, North Adams, MA 01247

What we do Each summer from late June till mid October, DSA creates a wide program of visual and performing art events, including exhibitions, video screenings and site-specific installations in downtown North Adams. A post-industrial city in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts, North Adams began its cultural revitalization with the opening of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in 1999. The last Thursdays of each month all DownStreet Art galleries and the venues stay open late along with stores, restaurants and businesses with specials. Why we do it Our goal is to help the economic development of North Adams and encourage the dialogue between our community and the arts. Since its inception in 2008, over 50,000 visitors came downtown and through the doors of DownStreet Art's galleries and exhibits. Who is involved in the project DownStreet Art is a program of MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center (BCRC) a non-profit organization that provides professional development training, resources, and support to the artists, art managers, and creative workers of Berkshire County run by the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA. Founding partners are the City of North Adams, Massachusetts Cultural Council and MASS MoCA. Leader financial sponsors are Greylock Federal Credit Union and Investiment Group. Office: MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center 51 Main Street, North Adams, MA 01247 P: 413.663.5253 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 6pm


A statewide collection of 24 diverse works of art, from oil paintings to taxidermy frogs…


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