During the entire month of March, The Foundry welcomes a multi-media exhibition featuring 30 visual and performing artists all under the age of 30 for the fourth annual Berkshire 30under30 Festival, 30under30:4.

A wide variety of visual artists will provide a spread of work that will be on display in the gallery space, as performers ranging from dance, spoken word, chamber music, and performance art will be held in the black- box theater throughout the month.

The show will open March 7 with an opening reception in the gallery space at 6:30 PM, accompanied by 30u30 artist Jules Jenssen’s Mad Midi performance/ dance party DJ set, and will end on March 28 with Modern Times, a multi-media dance performance from an array of 30u30 performance artists.

During the month there will be many live performances such as Boxxa Vine’s Dragged Through Disney drag show, March 13 at 7PM. I’m Fine and Other Lies I Tell Myself at Home, a solo show written and performed by Lia Russel-Self, March 19 at 7:30PM. The Harlow Chamber Players, an evening of classical chamber music March 21 at 7:30PM. What Sondheim Means To Me, an original Sondheim review created by Ghostlit Repertory Theatre Company on March 27, is a celebration of the work of Sondheim and his music.

Tickets to all of the upcoming performances are up on The Foundry’s website: https://thefoundryws.com/event/

For more information make sure to check out the 30under30’s Facebook Page, and Instagram for artist bio’s and examples of their upcoming work.


(APRIL 2020)

Artist Statement:

“I am a woman. Don’t look at my crotch. You won’t find my womanhood in my panties. I am a woman, and you’re not qualified to disagree. I’ve paid in full on a lifetime membership; and I continue to pay because I am a WOMAN. You will not take take this from me…” – Julia Grey

In alignment with The Foundry’s mission of creating a platform for unheard voices, the venue will be holding events for the month of April celebrating and raising awareness for the LGBTQ community in conjunction with “Biting My Own Teeth,” a collection of stunning self-portraits by Photographer Miss Julia Grey. An opening reception will be Friday, April 3 at 6:30PM where Grey will publicly speak about her pioneering open-shutter technique (OST) and personal journey through her nine-year self portrait project “Loving Julia” which celebrates her womanhood and is the backbone of her advocacy for gender positivity.

“Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth…” – Alan Watts

Artist Submissions

Submissions for visual art are now open for The Gallery at The Foundry. To submit your work, please visit our gallery submissions page:

Gallery Submissions