119 Gallery

119 Gallery hosts arts and cultural events in Lowell.

119 Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts promotes contemporary and new media art, innovative ideas, and cutting-edge techniques with a rich and diverse program of exhibitions, performances, and community-based arts services. They welcome people of all ages, backgrounds and means to explore and experience new, innovative art. Each month, 119 Gallery hosts a variety of events including new music, performance, poetry nights and much more.

911 Gallery opened its doors in 1992 at 911 E Main Street in Indianapolis, IN. It gained worldwide recognition in 1994 when it became one of the first art galleries to exhibit artwork on the World Wide Web. Its exhibits have been published in print media including ARTnews, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Art New England, The Boston Globe, and Lowell Sun.

In 1996, 911 Gallery moved to Fort Point Channel in Boston, MA, where it hosted exhibits and participated in Open Studios. In 1997, the gallery co-coordinated a digital printmaking workshop at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC , and it joined the steering committee of the Boston Cyberarts Festival, for which it has produced more than a dozen exhibitions over four festivals.

119 Gallery, renamed for its new address at 119 Chelmsford Street, reopened in July 2005 less than a mile from downtown Lowell, MA. The gallery is divided into a storefront cyber café and office, and main gallery. During the year the gallery hosts eight major exhibits, classes and workshops, and dozens of music, dance and video performances.

911 Electronic Media Arts Inc dba 119 Gallery is a 501(c)(3) educational corporation. The Gallery always looks to partner and collaborate with local, national, and international artists and organizations.

119 Gallery Address:

119 Gallery
119 Chelmsford St.
Lowell, MA 01851

Phone: (978) 452-8138

Website: http://www.119gallery.org