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Hours & Admission

Monday–Thursday: 10 am–4 pm
Friday: 10 am–1 pm

Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery is free and open to the public.


Meditate With Us

Join us on Wednesdays
Yoga: 12 pm–12:45pm
Meditation: 1 pm–1:30pm

The sessions are free.


Something to (Be)Hold

Something to BeHold
Something to (Be)Hold continues throughout the academic year.


Current Exhibition

Eye of the Beholder (Don't Close Your Eyes)


Ukrainian Artists Respond to the War

November 10 – December 22, 2022

In early May, Hanna Melnyczuk contacted the gallery about a project she was beginning to work on. Hanna is an artist and teaches at UMASS Lowell.

In her email she wrote, “I am organizing a show of small works by Ukrainian artists. The images are their reflections on the war…Would this be something that would interest you?” Thus began our journey of coordinating the logistics of bringing their work to the gallery.

Soon after the war began Hanna connected with Halyna Andrusenko, an artist in Lviv who helped to coordinate and ship work to the US. Halyna is a co-curator of the show, and a practicing artist herself. Both she and Hanna will be part of the exhibition.

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Exhibition Feature

Art Beat: Ukrainian artists display unflinching
truths in 'Eye of the Beholder' at Bristol CC


The Herald News by Don Wilkinson

None of the nearly ten dozen works of art currently on display at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery are framed. The (mostly) small paintings, drawings and prints are attached directly to the walls with pushpins, clips or magnets. They furl and curl and the bottom corners lift up with a breeze. They seem particularly fragile. But it is all for good reason.

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'Don't Close Your Eyes': Ukrainian art exhibit at
Bristol CC gallery to aid artists, troops


The Herald News by Kristina Fontes

“Life was divided into before and after.”

Oleksii Pavlusenko, one of the artists in the upcoming “Eye of the Beholder” exhibition at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery at Bristol Community College, says that art has become a kind of therapy in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Since Vladimir Putin's forces invaded the country in February, Ukrainian citizens and their president Volodymyr Zelenskyy have been defending their home.

That defense has taken various forms, with civilians digging deep to find the courage to fight against their aggressors in Ukraine’s armed forces, or resolutely staying put in their homes, or helping their neighbors in need, any way they can find to do their bit.

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