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The Shirt Factory Gallery

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Since its inception in 2010, The Shirt Factory Gallery has been a coveted destination for art enthusiasts in the community, thanks to the efforts of individuals such as Tom Myott and Greg Palestri. Although the gallery decided to cease operations following the pandemic, North Country Arts stepped in to ensure that the space would continue to serve as a venue for art shows. The gallery still owns the space and occasionally invites vendors to participate in events, which contributes to the distinctive atmosphere of the location.

For those interested in renting the space for a class or workshop, they can reach out via email. While the final decision lies with the gallery, they work closely with North Country Arts to address any questions or concerns to guarantee the space is used efficiently for artistic endeavors.

Given the significant value of the artwork showcased at The Shirt Factory Gallery, which can amount to several hundred dollars per piece, the space is not available for children’s birthday parties to ensure that the integrity of the art is preserved. By adhering to this policy, the gallery remains an elegant and refined venue that art lovers can appreciate and admire. We encourage you to visit The Shirt Factory Gallery and immerse yourself in a captivating blend of creativity, community, and artistic expression within a one-of-a-kind setting.

Corey Pitkin at an artist workshop at the Shirt Factory Gallery, Studio 120 at the Shirt Factory

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