Our Annual ARTrageous Gala is always the highpoint of the year. Here is the video with from our 2021 Gala with the theme: ARTrageous Escapes to Italy!

Click HERE to watch the Video.



We Held 10 Virtual Art Receptions from September 2020 to June 2021 where artists exhibiting in our galleries made presentations:

September 2020: Art Studio Tours withClaudia Smith-Jacobs, Christine Anderson, and Susan Jensen, Falmouth Art Center faculty members.

October 2020: Featuring artists Jackie Reeves, Betsy Payne Cook and Andrea Moore, talking about their artwork and showing their art studios.

November 2020: Featuring studio tours by Richard Neal, Mary Moquin and Corine Adams.

December 2020:  Featuring Artists and Crafters who are part of our Holiday Market. 

January 2021: Tours of studios of local artists plus pottery and printmaking demos.

February 2021: a panel discussion with the four artists in the new show in the Landrau-Partan Gallery. The show, in honor of Black History Month, is Our Stories: Works by Claudia Smith-Jacobs, Carl Lopes, Joe Diggs, and Robin Joyce Miller.

March 2021:  Susan Baur  presents her Sigel Gallery show, “When Swimmers Dream”;  Catherine van der Bil and Peter Daley talk about the Art Center’s Monday Morning Painters group; Fiber Artist Beth Dill shows her work along with a studio tour.

April 2021:  Featuring painter Diana Lee, weaver Liz Henry, and Mesha Noor, a new Falmouth Art Center artist whose work spans several mediums.

May 2021:  Mesha Noor’s exhibit, The Jharoka Collection, inspired by her native Pakistan; Greg Anderson, photographer, one of the award winners in our Juried Photo Show;  Laurie Kaplowitz, Deb Ehrens, and Heather Stivison from the exhibit “Below the Surface”, a collaboration between WHOI scientists and artists from the Art League of Rhode Island.

June 2021:  Featuring talks by artists whose work is currently on view at the Center.



Our 2021 You ART What You Eat Fundraiser featured four fascinating Art History Lectures on Zoom!

The Black Painter Who Changed Providence with Murray Whyte, Boston Globe

Spirituality in Contemporary Art with Elaine A. King, Art Historian

American Modernism in New England from the 1890s-1960s with Carol Scollans

Democracy of the Land: Mobil Warming with Jay Critchley