TST's Headquarters will officially re-open its doors April 1st.
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The Salem Art Gallery Will Be Open By Appointment Beginning October 1st

On April 1st, 2021, Salem Art Gallery, The Satanic Temple’s Headquarters, will reopen to the public with no appointment necessary.

After extensive renovation, we are pleased to invite guests to view our newly expanded collection and our redesigned space. Salem Art Gallery is the functional headquarters of The Satanic Temple. The gallery houses seasonal art exhibitions, hosts ritual celebrations, black masses, weddings, book-talks, lectures, and is home to the internationally-infamous 8 ½-foot-tall bronze statue of Baphomet. Salem Art Gallery, equipped with a suite on the upper level, is also available for weddings and overnight stays.

"The Cats" by Zach Brown

• An art show co-organized with the Salem Arts Association-- Incipit Spring-- featuring the work of local artists and their interpretations of renewal, growth, and the season itself.
Five new paintings from artist Zach Brown. His Lace Figures form an imposingly-shrouded coven, which surrounds The Satanic Temple's famed Baphomet Statue.
Salem Art Gallery library, which has an extensive collection of reading materials on the Satanic Panic.
The throne room, replete with antique 19th century Indo Persian Khukla Khud devil face helmets, shields, and newly-acquired torture masks from the same era.
The Satanic Temple’s new installation of a "misfortune-telling" machine in the visage of Baphomet. This interactive piece talks and is animated and is on display in the gift shop of Salem Art Gallery.

Protocols for Safety

• Masks are required at all times.
• You must maintain a 6ft distance between.
you and other visitors outside your party.

We take the pandemic and public health risk associated with in-person gatherings very seriously. As such, we follow all state regulations and have developed protocols that ensure, as best we can, the safety of our staff and visitors. These items are non-negotiable and failure to comply will result in your admittance being refused. We ask that you please assist us in keeping everyone safe so that we can keep our doors open. 

*Please plan your visit accordingly as we will not be making allowances should your group total more than four people. 

 

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