The 2019 Somerville Toy Camera Festival will take place in September, with exhibitions at three non-profit spaces in Somerville MA: Nave Gallery, Washington Street Gallery, and Brickbottom Gallery. In conjunction with the Festival, our partners/friends at the Griffin Museum will offer a solo show of STCF juror Gordon Stettinius’ work. See details on all gallery exhibitions below, and see our Festival Events page for info on openings and other Festival programming!

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Nave Gallery

155 Powderhouse Boulevard
Somerville MA 02144 [map]

Opening Reception: Sunday, Sept 8, 2-4pm
Exhibition Dates: Sept 7 – Oct 5, 2019
Regular Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 1-5 pm

Since 2004 the Nave Gallery in Teele Square has been the public face of ARTSomerville, a nonprofit, loosely knit volunteer group of artists and arts enthusiasts with the mutual goal to create new space(s) to present art in Somerville.


Brickbottom Gallery

1 Fitchburg Street
Somerville, MA 02143 [map]

Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept 7, 3-5pm
Exhibition Dates: Sept 5 – Oct 5, 2019
Regular Hours: Thurs – Sat, 12-5 pm

The Brickbottom Gallery is a non-profit exhibition space established in 1989. It is open to emerging and established artists in the greater Boston metropolitan area. It is run by the Brickbottom Artists’ Association (BAA).


Washington St Art

321 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143 [map]

Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept 7, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: Sept 8 – 28, 2019
Regular Hours: Saturdays, 12-4 pm

The Washington Street Gallery opened in 1998, housed in an arts center that provides studio space for 21 artists, cartooning and zine workshops, film classes, a regular experimental music program, and other creative events. 


Griffin Museum of Photography
(STCF Juror Gordon Stettinius Solo Show)

67 Shore Road
Winchester, MA 01890 [

Opening Reception: Sunday, Sept 8, 4-6pm
Exhibition Dates: Sept 5 – Oct 20, 2019
Regular Hours: Tues-Sun 12-4pm

2019 Toy Camera Fest juror Gordon Stettinius will have a solo show at the Griffin Museum to coincide with our three Somerville exhibitions of work he selected for the Festival. See the Griffin Museum’s site for complete info.