The Art Corner 264 Washington St, Salem, MA01970 Established in 1977 by David Bacigalupo, The Art Corner is a small but pristine framing store and art gallery that…More features valuable pieces from local and foreign artists.
Salem Arts Association 24 New Derby St, Salem, MA01970 A nonprofit organization run by volunteers, the Salem Arts Association (SAA) is dedicated to promoting and sharing art…More in the city. The organization is composed of artists with a passion for a variety of styles and media. Creations by members are on display at the SAA gallery located on Artists' Row downtown.
Martial Arts Research Institute 53 Mason St, Salem, MA01970 Martial Arts Research Institute trains in Filipino (Arinis-Kali-Escrima), Indonesian (Pencak Silat) and Chinese arts…More (Kung Fu). It also teaches grappling and kickboxing. Weapons training includes learning how to use a stick and knife. Michael and May Williams have trained extensively from the Phillippines and Indonesia, and have run this facility for more than 20 years.
A second generation family-owned business, Marine Arts Gallery, located next to the Peabody Essex Museum, is the…More oldest exclusive marine art gallery in the U.S. It has both an antique and contemporary collection. Its oldest painting dates back to the 1850's.
Marine Arts Gallery is able to schedule in-home consulting to help you find just the right art work. It also has extensive experience working with designers. Marine ArtsGallery also offers appraisals, framing, and restoration.
Ditto Editions Fine Art Print Makers 32 Church St, Salem, MA01970 Founded in 2003 by Nick and Susan Fader, Ditto Editions Fine Art Print Makers uses the latest technologies in print…More making to create museum-quality prints for artists and photographers. Since every order is customized to suit, the Faders prefer to take jobs by appointment only. Aside from offering digital prints, Ditto Editions Fine Art Print Makers also hosts a variety of educational seminars on creating and marketing art at public schools, libraries, and local art studios. The administrative office is located in the Enterprise Center at Salem State College.
Peabody Essex Museum 161 Essex St, Salem, MA01970 Located along Salem's pedestrian walkway, The Peabody Essex Museum's glass-fronted entry offers passers-by a glimpse…More into the light filled atrium, a piece of art in its own right. The museum's collections aim to integrate art and culture, and include photography and architecture, as well as Korean, Japanese, Indian, Native American, maritime, oceanic, Asian export and American decorative art. One of the museum's most prominent and well known features is its 200-year-old Chinese House, called Yin Yu Tang. The house was deconstructed in China and rebuilt brick by brick in its current location. The Art and Nature Center is another space that is rather unique for an art museum. This area is devoted to bright colors, and tactile and interactive exploration, making the museum a great place to bring the whole family.
Salem Performing Arts at the Catholic Center 28 Saint Peter St, Salem, MA01970 Salem Performing Arts at the Catholic Center is a performance venue. It holds many shows and events, including live…More music shows, concerts and performances. Check the main website for details on upcoming events or call for information on tickets.