Founded by Erica Wall, ERICA BROUSSARD GALLERY started in 2016 as Gallery 6/67 in a 98 square foot gallery in Santa Ana, California . Although now in a larger space, the original initiative remains the same and the gallery is still located in the Santa Ana Arts District. In addition to the Gallery, her work with artists, curators and collectors inspired her to open a Residency, 36 Chase, for artists, art historians/curators and writers in North Adams, Massachusetts - home to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MOCA). Simply stated, ERICA BROUSSARD is dedicated to supporting the creation, exhibition, criticism and documentation of work by historically underrepresented artists.

Erica Wall with Artist Betye Saar in 2018

Erica Wall with Artist Betye Saar in 2018


Before venturing out on her own to assist historically underrepresented artists, Erica worked at both large and small art institutions, most notably the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, as Director of School and Community Programs and The Crocker Museum in Sacramento as Director of Education. Prior to those leadership positions, Erica worked as an educator at The Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Erica is also a previous Smithsonian Fellow.

Erica holds a bachelor’s degree from UCLA and a master’s degree in Museum Education from California State University, Los Angeles.

ERICA BROUSSARD Gallery exists to develop, broaden and sustain the work and the pursuits of artists, curators and patrons*.


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