Chandler Gallery & Exhibitions


Visit our newest exhibition | Baldwin: A Community Story


The Chandler Gallery began as an artist collective in the late 1970s and was known as the Sacramento Street Gallery. For many years it contributed to the community by featuring local artists. Re-named, and dedicated in 2010 in honor of artist Fay Chandler, it is now a program of the Agassiz Baldwin Community administered by Maud Morgan Arts and its mission has expanded.


The Mission of the Fay Chandler Gallery is to engage, nourish, and honor creativity within the Agassiz neighborhood while expanding and promoting connections with all of Cambridge and the wider Boston art community. Our exhibition program balances a diversity of media by professional, emerging, and student artists while showing work of the highest quality and topical interest from the greater Boston area.

The Chandler Gallery Advisory Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions once a year for the following calendar year. The submission deadline is May 1st.

The gallery asks for a donation of 30% of sales from exhibitions. All proceeds support the programs of Maud Morgan Arts.

For more information, contact:

Cory Shea
Director, Maud Morgan Arts
(617) 349-6287 x15