We are now at our own public location:
14 Harvard Ave. 3rd Floor, Allston, MA 02134

We also are at Stingray Body Art:
386 Cambridge St, Allston, MA 02134

Reservations-only art salons:
181 Fellsway West, Medford, MA 02155

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Owner Tom Tipton, Co-Founder Deborah Priestly, and Business Manager Parama Chattopadhyay in Mayor Denise Simmon’s Officer

About us: Out of the Blue Too is a beloved art gallery, music venue, and literary salon that until recently was located in the heart of Central Square, Cambridge. We have been known for our lively local art exhibits and music shows. With 20 years of experience in hanging artwork and hosting events both public and private, formal or casual, we have always worked to see more and more art flourishing in our neighborhood.

Out of the Blue Too Gallery is now on exhibit 7 days a week at Stingray Body Art Gallery at 386 Cambridge St, Allston. We also hold 1 to 2 salon art parties every month by reservation only at 181 Fellsway West, Medford. In addition, we display art at the Middle East Restaurant and Night Club, and will be venturing forth with both the Middle East and Stingray to open up our newest exclusive Out of the Blue Too Gallery site across from Stingray Body Art on August 1st, 2018. There will be space available for artists and makers to work in, as well as room for art shows, music, and other creative activities such as classes, dance, etc. If you are interested in joining our growing group of artists and musicians, please contact Business Manager Parama Chattopadhyay or Owner Tom Tipton via Facebook, or email ootbgallery@gmail.com. Space is limited so if you are interested please don’t hesitate. Please learn more about our Business/Music Manager on her website and Facebook.

Mission: The mission of Out of the Blue Too Gallery is to organize, support, and present to the public at large the creative efforts of local artists, musicians, and more from our community. Artists of all abilities are given an opportunity to share in the expression of the arts and all of its varieties and forms, whether through painting, music, dance, poetry, story, acting or singing. The Gallery aims to enable these same artists to intermingle with those of different disciplines, to grow and learn from each other. The Gallery’s purpose is to bring people together in an inspiring, supportive, and empowering environment.

Events may include but are not necessarily limited to:
– poetry readings, storytelling & writer’s groups
– film screenings
– fundraisers and benefits
– birthday parties, wedding receptions, funeral receptions
– music performances
– art shows
– music lessons & dance classes
– meditation sessions
– open mics

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