The Gallery at the Wall is an art installment at Rotary Common at 315 Main Street, consisting of a dozen panels showcasing selected artwork from local school children and artists, weaving the social and cultural fabric of Nashua through the celebration of diversity and inclusion.
More than 350 art submissions in total were submitted to The Gallery at The Wall Committee from students in the Nashua School District from grades K–12 and from the Adult Learning Center – Clearview High School. Chosen were 68 pieces of art that are now included within the 12 panels of this exhibit.
The Gallery at the Wall is an outdoor rotating gallery for residents and visitors to admire and celebrate art. This living monument provides future artists a public platform for their creative expression and was funded with private donations as a gift to the City of Nashua. The rotation of the artwork exhibited will take place every two years.