Founded by Anthony Cafritz in 2005, Salem Art Works supports emerging and established artists dedicated to creating new, progressive work, and promotes understanding and appreciation of contemporary art within the region. Based upon this tenet, SAW offers opportunities in four focal areas:  cultural events, exhibitions, educational workshops, and artist programs.



Sculpture Park Party

June 6th, 3pm - 9pm

$10 - Adults, Kids 12 and under $5, Overnight Camping: FREE

"A Music and Art Festival on the Top of Salem Art Works' Cary Hill Sculpture Park" 

Join us for this party celebrating the opening of SAW's 11th season. We are so trilled to share the Cary Hill Sculpture Park with the public. After many renovations to complete the switchbacks, fire pit and trails, we want everyone to enjoy the park and 's beautiful landscapes. This event has everything; music, comedy,  food, new sculptures on display, tours, scavenger Hunt. The evenings line up includes, The North and South Dakotas,Steve RoggenbuckJoe Mansman and the Midnight Revival Band, and Rusticator. Enjoy food from the Salem Rotary, other food vendors, and an assortment of beer samples form Argyle Brewing Company

Mural by Emily Gage 2014 Intern Artist

Mural by Emily Gage 2014 Intern Artist

Help Support SAW

This year we have stretched further and supported more artists then ever before. SAW is becoming more of an intrinsic voice in our community. The Cary Hill Sculpture Park is fully activated by a gradual road up to the top and five miles of connected trails through our woods. Everyone has been able to enjoy the exciting new sculptures,  beautifully designed fire pit, stunning views, and direct connection to nature. With all this expansion and growth, we truly have you and your generosity to more


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Berkshire Eagle ARTICLE on Salem Art Works

Salem Art Works Celebrates International Sculpture Day

Studio and foundry demonstrations, art shows

By John Seven

Special to Berkshires Week & Shires of Vermont

Read the Full Article Here