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Sarly Interfaith Unity Gallery

Housed in Wilson Chapel on the Andover Newton campus, the Sarly Interfaith Unity Gallery is a space designed to display the art work of the school and artists from its surrounding communities. The gallery holds four exhibits during the school year.

Gallery Hours:

The Gallery is open throughout the year. From Monday – Friday, the space is open when classes are in session, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

If you are interested in showing your art in the Sarly Interfaith Unity Gallery, please contact: Jennifer Shaw


2015-2016 Exhibits

September:  ‘Mosaics and Manuscripts’  by Joy Honen, Andover Newton art steward and resident artist

October 16, 2015-January 2016:  ‘The Art of Hope’ by Artsbridge, Inc.

Special Reception November 5

Each piece was created by an intercultural team of youth who gathered together during an intensive three-week leadership development program through Artsbridge, a Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering and empowering young adults to become change-makers and leaders within their communities through the creation of intercultural collaborative art and film projects and their unique method of dialogue.

February-March:  TBA

April-June:   Community Art show

Presenting a wide variety of works of art created by students, staff, family, and friends of the Andover Newton community.


About the gallery: The Sarly Interfaith Gallery is named in honor of Robert M. Sarly, a practicing artist in acrylic and watercolor, patron of the arts, distinguished member of the business community, and former Trustee of Andover Newton.

Mr. Sarly is Senior Vice President, portfolio management director, and senior investment management consultant at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. He is a trustee of the Massachusetts Council of Churches; former Investment Committee chair at the Unitarian Universalist Association; a former trustee of the Massachusetts Bay District of the UUA;  and former director of the Myriam’s Well Spirituality Learning Retreat Center.

His deeper experience of and interest in interfaith and religious differences in community, inspired by his time at Andover Newton, has continued to inform his personal and professional life.

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