ACTION NEEDED: Together, the creative community contacted their local representatives and inspired 104 members of the House to co-sponsor Rep. Cory Atkins' amendment #357 to fund the Massachusetts Cultural Council Budget at $16 million. Now it's time to urge them to not just support, but CHAMPION state arts funding! Send your local representative a quick email asking them to make arts funding a priority when they go to House Ways and Means Committee:Read More
Connect with art this spring! Browse our calendar of workshops, art talks, gallery visits, vacation programs, family programs, exhibitions & much more! Whatever your experience, comfort, availability we have a way for you to connect with art.
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Paint, Have a Glass of Wine, Make Art
Enjoy a fun evening out with your friends, or make new ones, by registering for a Paint Night! You can enjoy a glass of wine, follow simple steps from our faculty to paint your own masterpiece or let creativity guide your paintbrush to different strokes.
Register Now, limited space
$35, all materials provided including canvas, acrylic paint & brushes
Wine for sale, feel free to bring your own snacks
Our vacation programs for children and teens provide students with the opportunity to try a variety of art mediums and develop new skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment, bringing families back year after year!
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Our popular summer programs for children and teens provide students with the opportunity to try a variety of art mediums and develop new skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment, bringing families back year after year!
In our Children's Program and Preteen Program, students attend four classes daily in Visual Arts, Ceramics, Drama Activities and Sculpture/3D. Grouped by the same age/grade, each student has the opportunity to learn and grow with friends and peers, while creating art and having fun! The New Art Center environment also gives children the opportunity to work with and be inspired by our professional art instructors, who thrive on the enthusiasm of young artists. Each week, children gain a sense of accomplishment by creating and bringing home exciting projects inspired by our program themes!
Our Teen Day Program, Afternoon Ceramics Program, & CIT Program enable teens to gain new skills and further develop their interest and abilities in the visual arts. Our teen programs are small and highly individualized to give teens the knowledge, confidence and skills to create beautiful and intriguinig projects. Working in Painting/Drawing, Sculputre/Mixed Media and Ceramics, teens will have a great time!
NEW! Walnut Hill School for the Arts and the New Art Center in Newton-two of the region's most respected arts institutions-have created a new Summer Visual Art Program for artists in grades 7-12 who are interested in refining their skills in visual art, while exploring new disciplines and techniques. Learn more HERE.
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