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.
Our Featured Artist of the Month: Robin Anderson in Building C.
Perhaps one of the most enjoyable trips you could take would be to visit the Anderson Mandette Gallery in the historic mining town of Jerome AZ. Located in the Jerome Art Center, the gallery is a lesson in history as well as an art experience! The library is filled with Robin Anderson's large landscapes of the Verde Valley. Stop by this weekend!
Jerome First Saturday Art Walk: Saturday, October 7th, from 5 - 8:00 p.m.
The newest member of the Art Walk is at the Jerome Art Center. Check out Red Bench Gallery in Building A, upstairs in Studio 306. October's Featured Photographer, Sue Gregory, will be showing 10 of her top favorite photos from around Jerome and Sedona. Join them for free "starving artist soup" and wine (while supplies last.)
Our newest occupant in Building B, Jerome History Tours.
Bringing the Past to Life: Through our one-hour walking tour, we are providing the guest with a first hand look at what the "Wickedest City in the West" used to look and feel like. Using detailed photographs and history, we are trying to paint the very vivid picture of historic Jerome and how it operated from the 1870's all the way to the present.
We have work studio rentals in buildings A, B and C. Check them out during the First Saturday Art Walk! Click on this link to view the variety of different square footage and rental rates available. CURRENT RENTALS.