FAM AT HOME


Can’t come to FAM? You can enjoy the Museum at home. Listen to a conversation with an artist. Take a study break and explore our exhibitions. Be creative with an art activity and learn new skills.

Explore Exhibitions

We’re bringing the galleries to you!

  • Visit the Fitchburg You R Beautiful online exhibition, which showcases portrait photographs by Ruben Natal-San Miguel. 
  • Visit The BIG Picture: Giant Photographs and Powerful Portfolios digital exhibition today.
  • Enjoy online Community Gallery exhibitions on our Flickr pageNow on view: Digital Photography from students of The Parker School
  • From Daniela Rivera: Labored Landscapes to TRIIIBE: Same Difference — relive your favorite past exhibitions and read the online catalogues here.

The Art of Collecting: Panel Discussion over Zoom
Wednesday, November 17, 12pm

  • Learn about the creation of Arthur Goldberg’s, Eva Herndon’s, and Jennifer Irvine’s art collections. This virtual discussion is in honor of our two exhibitions of New England collections and is presented in collaboration with ArtsWorcester. 
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Watch the Art Matters Series

  • Celebrate the importance of creativity, community, and connection with FAM’s new online video series, “Art Matters.” Hear artists, staff, and community members discuss how our exhibitions and permanent collections engage with the world around us. Watch now. 
  • Subscribe to our YouTube to see the latest updates, as well as past talks and events. 
Beaded craft demonstration with hands assembling beads on thread Bead Craft Activities

Make and Learn at Home

  • Download art activities and tips for creating art with children at home. Learn more.
  • Time travel with the Fitchburg Art Museum! Create art projects inspired by ancient Egypt in our special video series. Watch now.
  • Learn from your living room! Enjoy Cloth is Money: Textiles from the Sahel activities at home here. Discover art projects and listen to music inspired by the exhibition. Also explore recommended reading and an Educator Guide for an in-depth look at the history and techniques behind the art.
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Support the Arts  

  • Become a member today and receive a discount on classes and ticketed events and in the FAM Shop. Thank you.

HOURS

Wednesday – Friday 12pm – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday 11am – 5pm
1st Thursday of the month 12pm – 7pm

 

CONTACT

Fitchburg Art Museum
185 Elm Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
Phone 978.345.4207
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