Same Place, New (Old) Name
Why? The Old Jerome High School is a historic site, making the name known state (and nation) wide. The Jerome Art Center is the hub of our campus, with spaces for artists to create and show their works. We have combined the two names, now making it Jerome Art Center @ The Old Jerome High School, keeping true to the buildings' history, and modern times.
Send Us Your Photos!
Do you have an awesome photo taken at the Jerome Art Center? We would love to share them on our website! Being a historical site in Jerome, the Jerome Art Center (formerly the Jerome High School) is one of the most-visited spots because of it's amazing views of the Verde Valley, our vintage buildings and our talented diverse group of artists. Stop by, take a photo or two and meet our skilled, creative occupants.
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What is Jerome All About?
Fast forward to 2017: Jerome is abundant and alive with wine-tasting rooms, ghost tours, historic hotels, cafes and art galleries galore. Stop by the Jerome Art Center on your way up the mountain. We are the first set of buildings on the left-hand side of the road as you enter Jerome on Hampshire Avenue. The Jerome Art Center, formerly the Old Jerome High School, houses a variety of artists with working studios and galleries. We invite you to meet them and support our local art community.
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Welcome to Our New Website!
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website, jeromeartcenter.com. Here you will find our current studio vacancies, as well as parking, storage and courtyard rentals. Check out the history of the Old Jerome High School and photo archive. Be sure to read about who we are and what the center is about. Discover the various artists who occupy the buildings and don't forget to sign up for our updates. There is a lot going on at the Jerome Art Center!
Plein Air Painter, Mark Hemleben, is our Featured Artist this month. "There's a magnificence in the still solitude of nature." Impressionist Landscape Artist, Mark Hemleben, captures the intensity in his plein air oils, documenting the change of light and the dance of shadows and colors. "Its vibrancy and harmony and splendor are what inspires me to capture the abundance of life and energy, the constant change of light and season."
Join us this evening for the July First Saturday Art Walk from 5 - 8 p.m. We are located at the top of the first hill on the left-hand side of the road. A free shuttle service is available from our parking lot to Uptown Jerome. Meet our local artists and support our community. See you there!