Bryan Memorial Gallery
Bryan Memorial Gallery

Bryan Memorial Gallery News and Announcements

Bryan Memorial Gallery

2023 Gallery Hours:
Mar 8 - June 18: Wed – Sun 11 – 4
Jun 21 - Oct 8: Wed - Sun 11 – 5
Oct 11 – Dec 23: Wed - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 24 – End of year.

Mon - Tue: Open by appointment by emailing or calling (802) 644-5100

Administrative Hours: Mon – Fri: 10 – 4

Building on one legacy; creating another

Piano & Cello Concert

Bryan Memorial Gallery is delighted to welcome pianist Diane Huling and celloist Melissa Perley Saturday, May 20 as they perform the Sonata for Cello & Piano op.19 by Sergei Rachmaninov, along with other works by Shostakovich and Dvorak, and more.

This event is open to the public, and seating is limited and on a first come basis. Reservations for this event are not being taken.

There is a recommended donation of $15 for this program.

For more information, please contact the Gallery at or 802-644-5100 and a representative will be happy to assist you.

About the musicians:

Melissa Perley is a solo and chamber musician, performing throughout New England with, among others, Pianist Vladimir Odinokihk, internationally acclaimed pianist from Russia.

Diane Huling has performed solo concerts throughout the US and many parts of the world.

Art & Appraisal Day

Saturday, May 6, 2023
12:00pm to 4:00pm
Bryan Memorial Gallery

If you have an attic full of family treasures, or wanted to know what that old bowl your Aunt Martha gave you is worth. Well, now is your chance! Join the Gallery on May 6th as we welcome a team of distinguished appraisers Maria Roosevelt, Ethan Merrill, Amy Rutledge Jebrine, and Mark "Buggyman" Ducharme who will be happy to help you learn more about your piece and what it is really worth.

Details for Participants:

The cost of verbal appraisals is $10.00 per item. (Maximum 5 items). Access to the Gallery is free of charge.

Please note weapons cannot be included in this event.

Advance registration will not be required, and his event is open to anyone wishing to participate. 

Visitors bringing items for appraisal should enter the Gallery only from the front entrance. There will be no written appraisals, and no items may be purchased or sold on site. 

All items brought into the Gallery must easily be handled by a single person. 

Bring your treasures, and we look forward to seeing you!