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Since opening its doors in 1989, the Cambridge Artists Cooperative Gallery is still owned and operated by local artists.
The art gallery showcases the fine craft of over 200 artists on three levels, and also remains a place to purchase “quality, homemade American crafts.” Located in Harvard Square, the Cambridge Artists Cooperative Gallery aims to raise awareness about community art and foster an interactive and appreciative environment for visitors and artists alike.
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The gallery exhibits a variety of crafts, including jewelry, quilts, clothing, glass, photography and more. Each month, the artistic works are rotated out to ensure that there are always new crafts to browse.
If you’re looking for fine arts and crafts, the Cambridge Artists Cooperative Gallery is the arts gallery to visit in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Cambridge Artists Cooperative Gallery remains one of the only artist-owned art galleries and for the past eight years has received the Niche Award recognizing its place as one of the top craft retailers in the country. For more Cambridge museums click here!