Dates & Times

2021 Season: May-October

The first Friday of each month, rain or shine!

Gallery Walk is back and The Walk is the crown jewel! We are guessing that you have missed the monthly gallery exhibit experience just as much as Brattleboro’s galleries have missed you.

Read about our return in The Commons and The Reformer!

Galleries Include:

Epsilon Spires, Gallery in the Woods, Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Mitchell•Giddings Fine Arts, Vermont Artisan Designs, Harmony Collective, River Gallery School of Art, 118 Elliot, Wheelhouse Clay Center, First Proof Press and Insight Photography. Quite the collection!

Join in at Pop-Up Art Stations around town during Gallery Walk.  Our themed stations will focus on involvement and connection with all. Let’s bring art into the streets!

The line-up for Pop-Up Art Stations:

August: Game On!- We’ll have your favorite oversized board games around town. Have an idea for a game? Bring it along and try it out on some willing players.

September: Technicolor Town- Let’s make our town colorful! Have you ever had an idea of how to make a spot in our downtown more vibrant, engaging, playful, and just plain cool?

October: Eye See You, Brattleboro- Together let’s tell the bigger story of the people and places of our town. Through all media, let’s create a collective self-portrait of Brattleboro.

AUGUST: Game On!

1.) Play + Eat Like a Squirrel @Whetstone Path in front of Brattleboro Food Coop

Let squirrels teach us how to move and eat well! These sweet critters love to play and forage for healthy snacks, tasty for humans too. The Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center will show videos of baby squirrels at play, inspiring games for us to play. The Brattleboro Food Co-op will teach us how to make tasty squirrel snacks with nuts and berries.

2.) The Brattleboro Trivia Show @
Brattleboro History Center + Museum (on the lawn at 196 Main Street next to Gallery #4) 

Step up to the mic and show off your Brattleboro Brains. with local historians. What is the Abenaki name for this area? Do you know what used to be thrown at our 4th of July parade? Where was the original Brooks Library located? Answers win treats!  Come see exhibits of photos old & new. Share your trivial knowledge. And win treats! 

3.) Giant Games @Elliot Street 5:00-8:00pm

We’ve got some classic games super-sized! Bring your “game on” self to Elliot Street for Giant Twister, Checkers, and Bananagrams. We’ll also have Cornhole and Connect 4. Can you keep up with our game hosts on roller skates? Game on!

4.) Games from Around The World @Harmony Park

The fastest way to make friends is to play a game. Watch young kids. They don’t sit around talking to one another for long before they start teaching each other games. At this station we invite you to bring a game from your part of the world, whether it is played with sounds, hands, cards, a board, a ball or any other props. Come learn, play or teach a game and meet a new friend!

5.) XOX! Share the Love: Artful Tic-Tac-Toe @Brattleboro Museum Lawn 

Lynn Herring’s reengineered tic-tac-toe game is designed to make America relate again. Organic crooked-shaped, brightly-colored wood Xs and Os use a complex “wonky-shaped” game board. XOX! Share the Love brings people together to set aside their differences and relate playfully with each other. Lynn Herring will give an artist talk at 6 p.m. in the Museum.


The Market

Experience the latest iteration of Brattleboro’s beloved makers’ market, known as the Main Street Flea, in its current locale on the west side of Harmony Lot. This specialty bazaar will feature the handmade wares and magic of local artists, makers, collectors. The Market will feature a wide array of unique and eclectic offerings including ceramics, jewelry, spells, prints, cards, natural medicinals, home goods, vintage, hand-printed and dyed fabrics, and much, much more!

For a sneak peek, follow the market on Instagram!

the Makers @ The Market

Glowpotz, KB Ceramics, Anastasia’s Closet Full of Color, Allison Korn Designs, Stone Child Studios, Ezra Distler Photography, Kivimae Farm, Emily Rose Bourne, Scoffs At Gravity, Berkley Sierra, Judith Thomas Ceramics, Swirl, Slights Acute, Graves and Company HandmadeJuniper Rain and Crow, The Fieldery, Bobby DiTrani Art, Ciute Creations, Hexe Hexe Hexe, Hannah B Botanicals, EVBK Studios, Mariah Carleton Hand Forged, Poppy Hollow Art, The Soap Crat, Giddyup Gingham, Ginkgo Biloba, Immortal Aesthetic, Annie Lauterbach Pottery, Stark Naturals  and Tatro Pottery & Art.

The Stage

The Stone Church Presents Gallery Grooves!

Bringing music to the street every Gallery Walk 6:30-8:00 pm with an All-Star line-up of some Brattleboro’s finest musical artists!

Schedule of Performances

August: Moxie- Effervescent. Soulful. Danceable. Indie Pop Rock

September: DiTrani Bros

October: The Gaslight Tinkers- Global rhythms, traditional New England old-time and Celtic fiddle, with melody and song

Foodie Friends of Gallery Walk

 In addition to providing you all with fantastic food to fuel your strolling, these wonderful Foodie Friends are supporting Gallery Walk during the 2021 season. Street food will be available from Ben’s Juices this month. They will be located just outside of Malisun in the Midtown Mall entryway. The Works is still planning to stay open until 10 PM for those post Gallery Walk eats!

Gallery Walk Sponsors

These wonderful, local companies are generously sponsoring the 2021 Gallery Walk season. Thank you for the support!
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