About the MGA
The Monastery Gallery of Art, at Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center, unites the arts, creativity and the sacred. We welcome works from artists of all backgrounds drawing on the wisdom of diverse faith traditions. Through exhibitions and educational programs, The Monastery Gallery of Art values and promotes all forms of art that explore themes of compassion, resilience, peacemaking, loving kindness, social justice, and care for others and our planet.
Current Exhibit - The Works of Nicholas Scalise
July 10 - October 27, 2019
Nicholas Peter Scalise (1932-2009) was a fine arts artist whose career spanned over 50 years. During that time, he received more than 200 regional and national awards and had more than 30 solo exhibits at galleries and museums across the United States.
Join us for a reception for this exhibit which will be on display in the Monastery Gallery of Art from July 10, 2019 to October 27, 2019.
Learn more about this exhibit.
Call for Artists
The Monastery Gallery of Art is seeking works of art in a variety of mediums including photography, painting, book art, paper art & mixed media.
This exhibit entitled “Our Deepest Longing” is a curated exhibit of original artwork depicting the theme. Both two & three dimensional work is eligible. This exhibit is open to all artists, established and emerging.
Interested in learning more about The Monastery Gallery of Art or submitting a piece for future exhibits, say hello.
History of our space
The Monastery Gallery of Art is located on the historic grounds of Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center. The MGA occupies a space on the B ﬂoor adjacent to the Public Chapel and that was once used as a dining room by the Passionist Community.
The Monastery Gallery of ART
303 Tunxis rd.
West Hartford, CT 06107