Make the Jerome Art Center @ the Old Jerome High School Your First Stop During the Jerome First Saturday Art Walk
Visit our open galleries and meet our artists during the Jerome First Saturday Art Walk this Saturday, October 5th, 2019. The Art Walk runs from 5 - 8:00 p.m.
The FREE Shuttle Service picks up and drops off at the Jerome Art Center parking lot. Enjoy First Saturday Art Walk by visiting our artists, then take the Shuttle up the hill. We are the first building(s) on the lefthand side of 89A as you enter Jerome from Clarkdale/Cottonwood. You can't miss us!
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Click on the images below to go directly to the website. From there, you can view the images of each studio and contact the landlords to schedule an appointment to walk through. More information, such as square footage, rental rates, etc. is available by clicking on the images also.
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.
Let the party continue the Saturday after New Year’s Eve with the January 6th Jerome Art Walk. The Shuttle Service stops here! Park at the Jerome Art Center and let the Shuttle take care of the rest. Visit our buildings and meet our artists before venturing up the hill. Take the convenient shuttle throughout the town to visit the galleries. We are the very first stop on your way into Jerome from Cottonwood/Clarkdale.
Be sure to visit Robin Anderson and Margo Mandette in Building C, as they continue to amaze the public with their variety of offerings in this lovely and enormous space. Our Artists include: Click here to see our occupants
Stop by Red Bench Gallery in Building A, upstairs studio 306, and enjoy a FREE bowl of "Starving Artist Soup", relax on the cozy gallery seating, listen to music while enjoying a complimentary glass of wine. The gallery will be featuring Scottsdale Photographer, Zach McCook of Looking Back in Time Photography. Zach's Opening Reception begins at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up a limited edition, one-of-a-kind photograph from the artist himself.
There's plenty going on at the Jerome Art Center this month. Art shows, Featured Artist of the Month, First Saturday Art Walk, the Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival, and a Book Signing. Stop by and check us out!
Our September, 2017, Featured Artist of the Month is CloudWalker Studio.
Sally and Lauren Go Over the Pond! on a 7-week whirlwind tour of France, Italy and Portugal. An Art Sale to help the two gather inspiration, and merry-hearts along the way, will be happening on Saturday, September 16th, from 4 to 9 p.m. Stop by and enter the raffle of original artwork and enjoy original music by local musicians in their CloudWalker studio upstairs in building B.
(Click on the image above to watch a short video of the studio.)
The Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival is here! Go to their website, jeromefilmfestival.com, to check out the bands, film schedule, how to purchase passes and other info. The film festival runs from September 8th - 10th. See you there!
(Click on the image above to watch the Good Morning Arizona news clip.)
The Jerome First Saturday Art Walk takes place on Saturday, September 2nd, from 5 - 8 p.m. It's the perfect time to visit the Jerome Art Center, meet our artists and show local community support.
For more info, check out their website at: www.jeromeartwalk.com
Meet writer, Zushka Biros, during her Book Signing, hosted by the Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival, on Saturday, September 9th, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., in the courtyard between Buildings A and B, or in her writing studio in Building A, Studio 306, after the event.
Check out her website here: www.zushkabiros.com
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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