Plymouth Center for the Arts had it beginnings some 50 years ago as the Plymouth Outdoor Art Show  (a.k.a. the Tent Show) on the waterfront in Brewster Gardens. This annual art show quickly became a tremendous success attracting artists and visitors from all over the region, with 20 years on the waterfront and then moving to several different locations until 2008 when the organization opened Plymouth Center for the Arts on North Street in the historic Russell Library.  (More History - Click)

Plymouth Center for the Arts offer a wide variety classes and workshops geared towards both young and adult students.  Located just steps from Plymouth Rock and Plymouth’s waterfront on historic North St., the beautifully restored 1902 Russell Library gallery and the 18th century Lindens building possess uncommonly elegant gallery spaces and diverse work created by regional artists. Its a wonderful place to visit, open every day 10am to 4pm weekdays and Saturday, noon to 4pm on Sunday - (508) 746-7222.

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