Visitor Information

Photo Policy
Visitors are welcome to take photos in the gallery for personal, non-commercial use, but please do not use flash photography. We encourage you to tag us on Facebook @theartgarage, Instagram @theartgaragegb, and/or Twitter @artgaragegb. At times, photography will not be allowed and a notice will be posted. All video cameras and tripods require advanced permission. Contact if you would like to record video in the gallery or have other special photography requests. Members of the press should contact
While You are Visiting
We hope you will enjoy yourself and engage with the art around you. However, we do ask that you do NOT touch or move the artwork. 

Group Tours
Private group tours are also welcomed to explore the Art Garage. Call ahead to schedule your time so we can ensure the space is available. Fees may apply for guided tours and/or additional services requested.

Statement from The Art Garage on Art and Freedom of Expression:
The Art Garage accepts and displays visual artwork regardless of subject matter. We realize that some artwork may be controversial or offensive to some, but we stand by all people’s freedom to express their world views through cultural and creative avenues. The visual, performing, and literary arts are some of the world’s strongest and most effective instruments of personal and collective freedom. The Art Garage is in an influential and pivotal position through its opportunity to provide a platform to all artists, issues, and subject matter.  We will not discriminate and are open to all perspectives, cultures, minorities, faith-based organizations, etc. With public support, all involved in our local arts community can actively support a free and democratic creative culture.

We are also a community arts organization which recognizes the rights of our community members to choose whether or not to expose themselves or their loved ones to certain artwork, exhibits, and performances. When appropriate, The Art Garage will give advance notice on our website or on a sign within our facility notifying you of the exhibition of artwork with potentially controversial content.

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday-Saturday 12-4pm, and Friday evenings until 7pm. Gallery is also closed during installations

Entrances and Parking
Our gallery entrance is located at 1400 Cedar Street. If you are attending an event in any of our studio spaces, including workshops, the entrances are located around the block at 1429 Main Street. We have several areas available for parking which include along Cedar Street, on Grove Street, in the NWTC Artisan and business center parking lots, and the Main Street parking lot. There is a walkway between Cedar Street and Main Street to help you access either entrance.