About the Gallery


This well-located storefront is ideal for art exhibitions, installations, curated projects, creating a short-term showroom for craft or design, for galleries and curators seeking an additional or alternative venue, or similar uses.

The intention of this artist-run space, now in its 5th year, is to create an opportunity for individuals or groups to show and sell work in a vibrant community that supports the arts.

Rental is generally on a monthly basis with shorter terms (1-2 weeks, or even a 1-day event) considered.



  • Highly visible location on the west end of Main St, adjacent to cafes, shops and other galleries
  • Walking distance from the Dia museum and Metro-North train station (80 minutes from NYC), and a 5-minute drive from exit 11 off Interstate 84.
  • Approximately 400 sq ft space; one 25-ft wall, one 14-ft wall, two 8-ft walls, one 5-ft wall
  • Light-wood floors,  white-painted well-constructed walls, with track lighting
  • Free street parking (2-hr) and off-street parking
  • Bathroom, small fridge, wifi, air conditioning
  • Large storefront windows facing Main Street
  • Tables, folding chairs, pedestal if needed
  • Local promotion online, with advance notice; listing on the BeaconArts map


2017 is booked, though there are some availabilities of 1-7 days. We are now booking for 2018. Currently the fee is $1200/month but may increase. This fee covers all utilities, wifi, liability insurance, and some basic supplies. Rates for a day, weekend or 1-3 weeks vary from $100-$975 and we are happy to discuss it with you.

Together we will confirm your specific dates and fee.

We provide only the space, our friendly support, and the above features.

We require 50% deposit upon signing the contract/rental agreement, and the balance is due before move-in, along with a refundable $50 deposit.  Full details are in our agreement. You take care of installation, publicity, openings, ‘sitting’ the gallery, sales, and de-installation/basic clean-up.

Contact us for more information, a floor plan, or to reserve the gallery space.

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