OPEN DOOR GALLERY: BOSTON
LOCATED IN THE NON-PROFIT CENTER
The Open Door Gallery, located at 89 South Street in Boston showcases the works of emerging and established artists with disabilities and works to convene the community in conversations around disability, identity, and culture.
In response to COVID-19, the Boston Open Door Gallery will be temporarily closed beginning March 12, 2020. Please check our social media and website for updates or email for additional information.
Rachel Bird: "Hymn to the Body"
From the Artist
Lately, I’ve been trying to figure out what it means to me to have a body. A body that works and creates and does, and—just as often—refuses to work or create or do.
This exhibit is part of the series
"Prisms: Perspectives on Hidden Disability"
Prisms: Perspectives on Hidden Disability offers artistic explorations of four artists' experiences with disability that are not initially visible to others, including learning and physical disabilities, chronic pain, and mental illness.
By considering disability with the varied perspectives shared by the exhibiting artists, a spectrum of nuanced, gorgeous, and human experiences unfolds. In resonance with James Baldwin's declaration that "The role of the artists is exactly the same as the role of the lover. If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you don't see", it is with love that we share this work, invite necessary dialogue, and collectively envision a future that is more just for all.
Exhibits in the Prisms series:
LOCATION AND HOURS
The Open Door Gallery, Boston, is located in the NonProfit Center (near South Station), at:
89 South Street, Suite 101
Boston, MA 02111
In response to COVID-19, the Open Door Gallery will be temporarily closed beginning March 12th, 2020. Please check our social media and website for updates. For additional information, please email
The Open Door Gallery, Boston is located on the first floor of the NonProfit Center. There are switch-operated doors to enter the building, as well as revolving doors on either side. To get to the gallery you may take the front lobby stairs or the elevator on the right side to the 1st floor. The gallery is immediately to the right of the steps and elevator. There are accessible restrooms (with switch-operated doors) on the same floor.
ASL interpreters are available upon request for most events and gallery openings. Large print guides and audio description are available for most exhibits.
We care about your experience! Please contact if you have access-related questions or requests.