Wednesday - Friday
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
AdmissionFree admission programs at FAM are funded in part by a generous grant from
The Douglas and Isabelle Crocker Foundation.
|Children 12 & under||Free|
|FSU & Fitchburg Public
School Students, Faculty, & Staff
|City Ward 4B Residents||Free|
|MWCC Students & Staff||Free|
|NEMA/ AAM/ NARM
|FAM Employees +1||Free|
|Active Military & families||Free|
|Ages 13-18 & college students with I.D.||$5|
employees & family
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The Alphabet by Anna Schuleit Haber
Fitchburg's next public artwork funded by an NEA Our Town Grant
80th Regional Exhibition of Art & CraftExhibiting Artists & Crafters of the 80th Regional Show
Eleanor Briggs: Morning Light
Eleanor Briggs is a contemporary photographer in Harrisville, New Hampshire, and was the first prize winner in last summer's Regional Exhibition. This solo exhibition presents her color photography of landscapes in both Southeast Asia, and in the New Hampshire woods.
ARTIST TALK SUNDAY, JULY 26th, 3-4PM
Call and Response: Model BehaviorModels come in all shapes and sizes, and over the past year have been inviting audiences in Fitchburg and Worcester to imagine their stories!
Fitchburg State University and FAM Join ForcesFAM Director Nick Capasso and Fitchburg State President Robert V. Antonucci signed a formal letter of agreement to strenghten the partnership between these key educational and cultural institutions.
Read the Memorandum of Agreement here
Read the article in the Sentinel & Enterprise
See the promotional video
The art, life, and legacy of FAM founder Eleanor Norcross
Recent Acquisitions: PhotographyOpening Reception: Friday, April 10th
The Fitchburg Art Museum is one of the most treasured cultural institutions in Central New England and serves the cities of Fitchburg and Leominster and surrounding communities in North Central Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.
FAM was founded in 1925, and its four-building complex, with over 20,000 square feet of exhibition space, features exhibitions from its art historical collections as well as special loan exhibitions focused on regional contemporary art. Collection strengths include 19th Century American Art, American photography, African Art, Greek and Roman Art and Egyptian Art. The Egyptian collection is presented in an interactive gallery designed for families and school groups.
FAM plays a vital role in the cultural life of the region. Area schools, community groups and artist organizations are featured in FAM’s Community Gallery, and the Museum maintains active educational partnerships with public and private schools and Fitchburg State University. FAM also participates in efforts to stimulate the local creative economy, particularly by partnering in community-based festivals and public art projects.
FAM is an engine for creativity, education, community building and fun!
The Museum is an excellent resource for students, home-schoolers and teachers, offering tours, lectures, studio art classes for children, youths and adults as well as weekly yoga lessons. The Museum is also a perfect venue for private functions.
The Fitchburg Art Museum has FREE admission every first As part of the festivities come see the Fitchburg Farmers' Market.