About the Positive Exposure Gallery

Positive Exposure 109 is a place where we all belong, a place for you to be you, to tell your story, share your gifts, and meet and learn from other people.”

– Kathleen Cail, Chairman, Board of Directors

The Positive Exposure Gallery serves as a first-of-its-kind community space dedicated to celebrating human diversity through arts and culture. The accessible, multi-purpose building includes a gallery, lecture hall, performing arts center, visual arts studio, and public gathering areas. Located on NYC’s Museum Mile, Positive Exposure Gallery has become a central hub to showcase visual, performing, multisensory, and literary artists. We also host in-person and virtual educational and cultural programs and events.

The Positive Exposure Gallery creates opportunities for us to kickstart conversations around diversity and inclusion. We welcome schools, families, community groups, healthcare professionals, and anyone looking to challenge their perceptions.

Please note: The gallery will be closed for the 4th of July Holiday Weekend: 3 July – 9 July

Hours and Location: By Appointment ONLY

The gallery is open 10-6pm Tuesday through Saturday (Sunday and evening hours are available upon request)

Please book your visit @

Gallery Manager:
Ian Burto

  • 14 E 109th St, New York, NY 10019 (located between 5th and Madison)

To schedule a tour of the Positive Exposure Gallery, call or email:

Upcoming PE Gallery Events

  • June 1 - June 30

    ART HEALS, an exhibition of paintings by Dr. James E. George, MD, JD. To schedule a viewing, please contact events@positiveexposure.org [...]

Positive Gallery Spotlight

Since its opening in 2018, the Positive Exposure Gallery has proudly hosted an array of visual, performing, literary, and multisensory artists. Check out featured artists in our Gallery Spotlights.