Gallore Gallery 68 Washington St, Middletown, CT06457 Gallore Gallery is an art gallery in Middletown. It specializes in contemporary and traditional fine art and features…More talented new local, internationally known and mid-career artists. The gallery is a 1,000 square-foot storefront in Middletown's downtown shopping and restaurant district and is divided into three sections, with one of them split between an alternative feature space and a non-member space. Certain spaces are available for lease. The gallery is also available for private showings. Gallery rental rates and information on how to schedule a private showing may be ascertained by contacting the gallery through the number provided or through its e-mail address.
MAC 650 Art Space 650 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 Part of the Middletown Artist Cooperative, MAC 650 is a gallery space located on the first floor of the North End Artist…More Cooperative building. The gallery is operated by members of the cooperative and is available for performances and exhibits. Parties interested in renting the space are advised to contact the gallery online at the MAC 650 Art Space website with any inquiries, comments and concerns.
North End Artist Cooperative 648 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 The North End Artist Cooperative is a small artist gallery and performance center located on Main Street in Middletown.…More The gallery also provides inexpensive and open housing for artists seeking to sell their art or work in Middletown, located above the gallery. Regular hours are held every week, but be sure to check out the gallery's blog for special events and showings.
Wesleyan University's (Ezra and Cecile) Zilkha Gallery 283 Washington Ter, Middletown, CT06457 The Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery is part of Wesleyan University's Center for the Arts, a complex of modern buildings…More near Washington Terrace opened in 1973. Check the gallery's website for the latest exhibits.
Forbidden City Inc 335 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 The Forbidden City Bistro and Art Gallery is named after the Imperial Palace of China, also known as the Forbidden City.…More The food served at this Middletown restaurant strives to bring the flavor of China to the patrons through art, decor and cuisine. Tables are linen-covered, the waitstaff is personable and professional, and the food is done with real culinary flair.