In the fall of 2012, the Hall Art Foundation in Reading, Vermont opened its doors to the public – welcoming visitors to view its program of rotating, temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Exhibitions are held seasonally, from May through November, and are open to the public by appointment, free-of-charge.
Converted from a former dairy farm, the property consists of a stone farmhouse, cow barn, horse barn and tractor barn, grouped together at the southern extremity of the village of Felchville (also known as Reading). The farmhouse and barns are situated next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and are surrounded by pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland.
Open seasonally, May through November on weekends and Wednesdays, by appointment. Appointments are available at 11 AM, 1 PM and 3 PM.
The First Friday of every month, from 5 - 8 PM, we also welcome visitors to view our exhibitions without a guide and at their own pace.
Admission is free.
* This year's exhibition contains sexually explicit content and may not be suitable for all audiences, including minors. Viewer discretion is advised. *
Boxed lunches are available for purchase up to 24 hours before your visit.
Donations to help support our programming are always appreciated.