What the folk is a nomadic gallery? Good question. 

Our collective doesn't have a brick and mortar location (yet!). So, we like to encourage our artists to travel with us to different showing locations. Sometimes our nomadic galleries have themes or a purpose behind them, like To Bless The Space Between Us featured below. 

Featured Galleries

Window Exhibit

190 State Street, North Adams MA

Coming Soon:

In Like A Lion: Activating Courage

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To Bless The Space Between Us

Coming soon to the UNO Community Center at 157 River Street, North Adams MA

 

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To Bless The Space Between Us is a nomadic exhibit featuring artwork that responds to the theme of addiction. The artists featured have faced addiction personally or have loved ones who have. Some are simply passionate about the topic.

The title of the exhibit is taken from
A book of Celtic blessings about hope and transformation by Irish poet John O'Donohue. 

It takes the whole community, in different ways, to fight the opioid epidemic. We hope that this exhibit helps to reduce the stigma that people who are challenged with addiction, or who are in recovery of deal with on a daily basis. 

If you are interesting in submitting a piece to the traveling exhibit, contact: submissions.commonfolk@gmail.com

If you are interested in hosting the exhibit or learning more information, contact wearecommonfolk@gmail.com

If you are interested in purchasing a piece, please attend a viewing ceremony.