Gluon Gallery is located at 830 E Chambers st. Milwaukee, WI 53212.

Gluon is an artist-run gallery and community space located in the Riverwest neighboorhood of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Originally established as an experimental garage space in 2018, Gluon has since moved to a new gallery space capabale of more expansive exhibitions, performances, and other events.

Gluon was founded with a focus on accessibility and building community. From humble beginnings in a garage to a new gallery space, fostering community and creating a safe space for BIPOC, trans, and gender-nonconforming visitors will always be the foundation upon which exciting and challenging art exhibitions and events will be presented.

Gluon is operated by Joe Acri and Sal Nicholson.  

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