C Gallery is located at 33 Main Street. Open Wednesday – Saturday from 12p – 6p and Sunday 12p – 4p.  A 2015 DownStreet Art pop-up gallery, C Gallery will show the work of multiple artists between June 25 and September 27

Opening Reception June 25, 6 – 9pm

Joshua Fields, Into This Valley of Hands 

on view through July 26


Berkshire Artist Joshua Field will exhibit a range of work created during his time living in the Berkshires, highlighting those that drew inspiration from the mountains, the architecture and the history of this region, which he described as “a constant thread that is woven through the work.”


Karl Frederick, Feverland

on view through July 26









Feverland – is an installation created by Frederick using a Kodak Ektaphraphic III slide projector, displaying 35mm slides found in an abandoned house. According to Frederick, these found 35mm slides create a metaphor for how easily a memory can become distorted, fragmented, or even destroyed over long periods of time and neglect.

Chris Page, Sky Walk

on view through August 23


SkyWalk – is a collection of paintings and photographic sequences depicting several different views of clouds and skylines. He describes his work as “based on observation of nature and natural processes. The dynamic field of the sky and the act of witnessing it over a walk of a defined duration constitutes the primary work of art. Photographs taken during the walk and paintings created in the studio reflect that experience.”

DownStreet Art is a a program of MCLA’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center.

Our mission is to help build economic and social capital and encourage the dialogue between our community and the arts. DownStreet Art does this by enlivening downtown North Adams using art and cultural activities to increase visitorship and enhance resident participation.