High Five Arts is a pop-up exhibition space located in Lowell, MA. Co-founded and operated by Mary Provenzano and Scout Hutchinson, the project seeks to address the lack of alternative gallery spaces in the greater Boston area by providing exhibition opportunities for emerging visual artists. Through programming such as artist talks, workshops, and music events, HFA aims to be an inclusive and accessible venue for engaging with and learning about provocative contemporary art.
High Five Arts is free and open to the public.
This project is supported in part by a grant from the Lowell Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
The space is housed on the 5th floor of Mill No. 5, home to artisan shops, Sunday farmers' markets, yoga classes, coffee, and an independent movie theater. Located in downtown Lowell, we are 35-40 minutes north of Boston by car, and a 10-minute walk from the Lowell commuter rail station.
Once on Jackson Street, look for the "5" sign and walk through the iron gates to the green doors at the end—on the left—where you can take the elevator to the 5th floor.
Metered parking is available on Jackson Street and side streets. There is also long-term parking available in the nearby Edward J. Early Parking Garage (access on Jackson St. and Middlesex St.).
Open on Saturdays during Mill No. 5's A Little Bazaar market hours from 12-4pm, or by appointment.
Mill No. 5
250 Jackson St., 5th Floor
Lowell, MA 01852