Located 3.5 hours from NYC and 2.5 from Boston — midway between the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley — at our renovated 8,000 square foot mill building on the bank of the Westfield River you are just as close to MASS MoCA, as Northampton, MA with nature out the window and outside the doorstep.

Project Art was established by gallerist Leslie Ferrin and artist Sergei Isupov as a live-work space for the production of ceramic art. Ferrin Contemporary maintains a library, archives, and gallery to support the activities taking place in the builiding.

Located in a fully renovated 19th century mill building on the Westfield River in rural Cummington, Massachussetts, it offers studios for its artists and workshops. Residencies for select emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers, curators, and critics support completion of research, projects, and artworks in the USA.

Project Art is open to the public by appointment and for programmed events. Artist Salons feature resident and local artists, and visiting scholars who present their work, opening a dialog with the wider art community. Master workshops are offered to benefit artists working in clay. The public gallery hosts shows by residents and visiting artists as well as group shos. Many of these are held in connection with Ferrin Contemporary.




    54 Main Street
    Cummington, MA 01026 USA


    Open to the public on occasion for programmed events otherwise, by appointment. Check out events page for upcoming opportunities to visit.



    Head North 3.5 hours various options

    Several routes can be used for travel from New York City.  From the West use the Taconic State Parkway, then travel to Pittsfield, MA and follow directions below.  From the East and leaving the city through Conneticut, use Merritt – Wilbur Cross Parkway or interstates 95 North to 91 or 84 East to 91 to Hartford.  From Hartford, travel on 91 North to Northampton, follow directions below.

    22 miles from Pittsfield, MA.

    Leave Pittsfield on Route 9 heading East.

    Go through Dalton following Route 9.

    Make a left turn to follow Route 9 as you leave Dalton.

    A Cumberland Farms Gas Station will be on your left at the intersection.

    Please note that if you need gas there won’t be any further opportunities after 8:00 pm.

    If you don’t make the turn, you’ll be on Route 8 and going the wrong way towards Becket, not Cummington.

    Stay on Route 9 until you get to Cummington- approximately 18 miles, 20 minutes.

    You will pass through Windsor and West Cummington.

    You’ll see a building on the right with a cow on top, The Creamery.  It is the only store.

    Just past the Creamery, on your left, you’ll see a sign for the center of Cummington.

    Take a Left onto Main Street.

    Project Art, Ferrin Contemporary is on the left, a big red Mill building at 54 Main Street, two houses past Plainfield road and the bridge over the river.

    28 miles from North Adams, MA.

    Take Rte 8 South to Adams

    Take 116 East to Plainfield

    Take a Right on South Central Street/Cummington Road, go 4 miles to end.

    Take a Left on Main Street, Cummington.

    Project Art at The Mill is at 54 Main Street, on your left, two houses past Plainfield road and the bridge over the river.

    20 miles from Northampton, MA.

    Take Route 9 West to Cummington for 20 miles.

    When you go over the metal bridge, take the next right onto Main Street at the intersection with the fire station on the left, the elementary school on the right.

    Project Art at The Mill is at 54 Main Street, on your right, less than ½ mile.

    Head West 2.5 hours

    West on US90, North on 91 to Northampton, follow directions below

    West on Rte 2 to Shelburne Falls, South on 112 to Goshen, West on 9 to Cummington.


    Project Art is in walking distance to a hardware store, lumber yard, post office, and general store.

    MASS MoCA, The Clark, Berkshire Museum, Historic Deerfield, Hancock Shaker Village.

    Greenfield Community College, Berkshire Community College, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Williams College, Smith College, Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mt. Holyoke College, University of Massachusetts.