Riverside Arts

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Visit our FAAThe Riverside Arts program provides individuals with the tools to explore their own creative potential and employment opportunities through self-expression. This program provides people with disabilities an in-depth, perhaps first time, opportunity to make art and exhibit their work in the community.

We believe every individual has the potential to flourish through the creative process. Participating in the arts gives individuals a sense of purpose, self-empowerment, and community. Exhibitions of artwork provide opportunities to share these accomplishments with others creating self-esteem and pride in achievements. Art exhibits foster awareness in the broader community and promote involvement and inclusion.

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Riverside Arts exhibits in a variety of venues on an ongoing basis. Please join us for the artist’s receptions. 
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Upcoming Exhibitions:

Check back soon for our next show!

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Riverside Art is available to buy at any exhibit and at our One Cottage Street location. Stop by any event listed above to find the perfect piece for your space. Artwork, cards, hand-made jewelry, and other products are available to purchase during Cottage Street Studios’ Open Studios events twice a year. Visit http://www.cottagestreetstudios.com/ for information on dates and times of the next Open Studios event.

Purchase original artwork and products on Connected Creators. Riverside has collaborated with other area providers to create an online sales site to promote the artwork and products made by our artists. Free shipping is included in each purchase!

Prints and products can be purchased through Fine Art America. Products available include canvas prints, pillows, phone cases, and more!




Community Involvement

We invite local artists to become involved through studio visits, artist demonstrations, and one-on-one collaboration projects. Many of our artist collaborations have established lasting relationships and professional ties. View a video about our Arts Exchange project which pairs artists with and without developmental disabilities: Riverside Arts Exchange Project

We are interested in creating relationships with educational institutions, art groups, businesses, and other members of the community.

Fulfill your college internship requirements with us! We are currently accepting applications for interns.

For more information please contact Halley at (413) 527-2711 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..