Jon Horvath
January 9, 2020 - March 1, 2020

© Jon Horvath. All rights reserved.
© Amani Willett. All rights reserved.
© Walker Pickering's Installation

Barbara Diener
January 9, 2020 - March 1, 2020

© Barbara Diener's Installation

Paris Visone
November 16, 2020 - February 6, 2020
Reception February 6, 2020 6:30 - 8:00 PM
This Week

© Paris Visone. All rights reserved.

Jim Lustenader
February 5, 2019 - March 24, 2020
Reception March 6, 2020 6-8 PM

© Jim Lustenader. All rights reserved.

Rick Wright
January 18, 2020 - April 16, 2020
Reception Thursday, March 19, 2020
6:30 - 8:00 PM

© Rick Wright. All rights reserved.

67 Various Photographers
October 20, 2019 - March 24, 2020
Reception March 22, 2020

© Scott Gordon, All rights reserved.

Virgil DiBiase
October 24, 2019 - March 1, 2020

© Virgil DiBiase. All rights reserved.
The Photography Atelier 31 exhibiton features the photographs by Kathleen DeCarlo-Plano, Gabriel Garay, Cynthia Johnston, Sheryl Kalis, William Morse, Maeda Naohiro, Fern Nesson, Anne Piessens, Darrell Roak, Tony Schwartz and Jeanne Widmer.

For the 10th Annual Self-Published Photobook Exhibition, jurors Karen Davis and Paula Tognarelli chose  30 Photobooks   to be exhibited at the Griffin Museum.

Not Waving But Drowning  is a look inside an Evangelical marriage. These images show the truth of a life lived in the confines of oppressive gender roles, cult-like manipulation, and the isolation of Fundamentalism.

This live interactive online course, with Karen Davis, will provide you with guidance in a supportive environment as you develop your fine art photography portfolio and create essential documents and materials to prepare you to market and exhibit your work. 
Learn to view and write about photography more critically in this three-session workshop with
What Will You Remember editors Elin Spring and Suzanne Révy.
The Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Meg Birnbaum and her teacher's assistant Cynthia Johnson.
The Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Meg Birnbaum and her teacher's assistant Amy Rindskopf.
In this evening lecture Mary Virginia Swanson will walk participants through the necessary steps towards a positive portfolio review outcome.
Photo by Paul Ratje  
What  is  “street photography”, what makes for a compelling “street” image, and how can we begin to define our own look and approach working in the street?
This ticket is only for those who do NOT intend to do any portfolio reviews. Those submitting to the portfolio review will receive entry to the walk with their application fee.
A great opportunity for established and emerging photographers to meet with curators, gallerists, educators, and other image professionals in the busy photography world. See reviewers

The  Buy a Brick Program is back at the Griffin due to popular demand by our audience .

Once we have accumulated enough orders we will process a bulk order of engraved bricks to be placed into the Griffin's walkway that leads to the  Winchester Rotary Terrace . There's plenty of room and we welcome your tribute inscriptions. 
  • Photographer, Sunjoo Lee gives $2,500 for the Griffin's educational scholarships. To date three scholarships have been awarded for education classes.

  • Griffin Foundation awards the Griffin $5,000 for PhotoSynthesis program in its 15th year.

  • The John and Mary Murphy Educational Foundation awards the Griffin $5,000 for PhotoSynthesis program.

  • The Winchester Cultural District, through the Mass Cultural Council, awards the Griffin $5,000 for an outdoor installation in the town.

  • Mary Virginia Swanson is coming to the Griffin in early April.

  • Alexa Dilworth will jury the Griffin's 26th Juried Exhibition. Call for entry coming in February.

  • Winchester Cultural Council awards the Griffin $1500.

  • The Highland Street Foundation invites the Griffin back to participate in their Free Fun Fridays.

  • The Griffin Museum receives a grant from the Griffin Foundation for an outdoor installation in the town.

  • Iaritza Menjivar moves on from the Griffin to work at the Somerville Arts Council to manage programs and events. Reach out and give Iaritza your best wishes. Her last day will be February 7th.

  • Crista Dix has accepted the Associate Director position at the Griffin Museum and will arrive in Winchester in late February.

  • We are looking to hire a part-time facility rental monitor. We have on average three evening rentals a month. Give us a call if interested.