Sarah Meyers Brent: Living Paint

September 10th, 2014


The paint in Sarah Meyers Brent‘s solo exhibition, currently at the Hampden Gallery at UMass Amherst, appears to be alive. But is it dying? Growing – or decomposing? It overflows canvases and droops from walls like verdant life, but also shrivels and darkens with a suggestion of decay. The exhibition, Living Paint, includes the artist’s fascinating explorations of paint and mixed media that recently brought her a Walter Feldman Fellowship from the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston.

We asked Sarah about the exhibition, her process, and what’s next in her painting life.


What’s the process behind your Living Paint pieces?
I like my work to be constantly evolving and influenced by chance. For some of the more sculptural pieces like “Ode to Pregnancy” and “Spewing Plant,” I sketched out and constructed the large shapes. The color, and materials on the piece changed a lot, but the overall forms remained similar at the end. The original fabrics of “Ode to Pregnancy” were green, pink, and white, and I ended up paintings the whole thing yellow.

In most of the other works, I started with an initial idea, but the richness of the collage materials and the fluid nature of the paint, allowed the composition to change quite dramatically.

So how much of your installation at Hampden Gallery was improvised?
The final installation has the same feeling as the initial sketch, but looks quite different. It felt like an ever-changing process, but the constraints of the archway, and my concept of matter oozing and growing down the top, kept some similarities going.

The colors and shapes of the reused materials from my studio helped to shape the piece. I wanted to find a balance between hiding and showing the initial material: how natural vs. synthetic I wanted the piece to be. So, I kept covering it up and adding more materials.

The moments when I departed from the initial concept and ripped things down from the wall, ended up helping the piece the most. The overall tone of installation also varies from my initial sketch, having gone from all light to dark.


If forced to choose, would you be a magic marker, a crayon, or a #2 pencil?
A crayon

Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall?

What are you currently reading?
“Trucks” and “The Wheels on the Bus.” Again and again.

What’s next?
I have an exhibit in April at the Arts and Business Council in the Midway Studios building as part of the inaugural Walter Feldman Fellowship Program. I am thinking about how to adapt some of my installations to their space.


Living Paint by Sarah Meyers Brent is on exhibit at Hampden Gallery at UMass Amherst through 9/30.

Sarah Meyers Brent ( maintains a studio practice at Joy Street Studios in Somerville. Her paintings have exhibited at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Danforth Art, Distillery Gallery, and TEDx Somerville, among others. Sarah was twice awarded residencies at The Vermont Studio Center where she received an Artist Resource Trust Grant and was a “25 at 25 Fellow.” Her paintings are part of the Liquitex Corporate Collection.

Images: paintings by Sarah Meyers Brent, LIVING PAINT INSTALLATION (2014), Acrylic, Foam, Fabric, Plants, and Mixed Media; MOMMY LOVES ME (2014), Paint Rags and Mixed Media on Canvas, 36×48 in; LIVING PAINT INSTALLATION detail; ODE TO PREGNANCY (2014), Acrylic and Cloth on Panel and Wall, 39×76 in.

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Artist Opportunities Headliners

September 10th, 2014

Dewey Defeats Truman

The votes are in: Artist Opportunities for President.

Call for Art The Dedham Square Artist Guild is currently accepting entries for their upcoming exhibition Word. Open to all artists, working in any medium, who work/reside in eastern Massachusetts. Learn more
Deadline: September 19, 2014

Artist Fellowships Applications are now being accepted for Guggenheim Fellowships, for advanced professionals in all fields, including the creative arts (in the field of performing arts, artists must perform their own original material to be eligible), to further the development of scholars and artists by assisting them to engage in research in any field of knowledge and creation in any of the arts, under the freest possible conditions. Grants are to individuals only (but are not available to students) and have been averaging $43,200. Learn more.
Deadline: September 19, 2014

Short Fiction Collections The Moon City Short Fiction Award is for an original collection of short fiction written originally in English by a single or collaborative author. Individual pieces in the collection may be published in periodicals, but not yet collected and published in full-length manuscript form. Entries may include short shorts, short fiction, and/or up to one novella. Prize of $1000 and publication by Moon City Press. Manuscripts should fall between 30,000 and 65,000 words. Learn more.
Deadline: October 1, 2014

Exhibition Proposals The Newton Free Library is currently accepting proposals for monthly exhibits of 2-dimensional, original work by regional artists for July–December 2015. Learn more.
Deadline: October 24, 2014

Photographers Entries are now being accepted for the Photography Center of Cape Cod’s next online photography contest, Reflections, with $475 worth of available prizes. The best submissions will be featured in an online image gallery with cash prizes available for first, second and two honorable mentions. Any interpretation will be considered. Learn more
Deadline: October 31, 2014

Female-Identified Filmmakers Women Action Media’s Boston Film Festival (WAM)Boston is seeking submissions in all genres for a film festival centered on films by and about women. All subjects are welcome — drama, comedy, documentary, experimental, short and feature length alike. The film must be directed and/or produced by a female-identified filmmaker. Learn more.
Deadline: November 7, 2014

Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art Applications are now being accepted from A Blade of Grass for one-year fellowship for individual artists and collectives. Fellowships pair project support of $20,000 with strategic support, assessment tools, video documentation, and other tailored resources for socially engaged artists. Learn more.
Deadline: November 24, 2014

Portraits The National Portrait Gallery has issued a call for entries for The Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2016. The work entered should be understood as a portrait in the broadest sense. It may be a traditional, representational work or it may be a more experimental or conceptual portrait, but it must be based on the artist’s direct contact with any living individual(s). Self-portraits will be accepted. Entries will be accepted in all visual arts media including but not restricted to: painting, drawing and watercolor, sculpture, weaving, ceramics, photography, prints, video, film, performance, and digital or time-based media. Learn more.
Deadline: November 30, 2014

Artist Residency The Hawthornden Castle (Midlothian, Scotland) offers  1-month retreats for creative writers of all types. Residency provides individual room/study in shared house and meals. Artist responsible for travel. Applicants must be published writers. Learn more.
Deadline: Ongoing

Image credit: Photograph Harry Truman holding newspaper that reads Dewey Defeats Truman from the Library of Congress.

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Challenges in Categorizing Creative Work

September 4th, 2014

Roughly once a month, we pose a question to artists about an issue they face in their work and lives.

Often, creative work defies easy categorization. We asked a group of artists working in intriguing ways, What challenges do you face when asked to name a category for your work?

Liz Nofziger, site-specific installation artist
My work doesn’t fit neatly in any category. “Site-specific installation” captures the majority of it quite well, but if the person I’m speaking to isn’t familiar with the genre, this doesn’t help. I use a broad range of materials and practices to suit each specific project, most of which are short-lived. I find that I end up describing the process of making the work, and the physical/personal experience of the work. The end product is most commonly not tangible or fixed as it varies based on individual experience and interaction with the work. I think the most honest thing I can say about my work is that it is impractical, but I can’t help myself.

Kirk Amaral Snow, sculptor
The most important thing in my mind is to use a term that creates the right relationships. Intermedia and Interdisciplinary are terms that I use, but they are pretty nondescript. They lead to discussions that are about Art Practice rather than describing the work. These days I reserve them for my bio.

I have decided for most purposes that the work is Sculpture; it is materials in space, even if one of the materials is sometimes the body. This allows the pieces to engage the conceptual conversations that interest me (the shifting meaning and value of materials; the visual language of building and construction) without getting too bogged down in the minutia of categorization. Maybe the term simplifies the work, but I am all for a bit more modesty in the way art is written about!

Halsey Burgund, sound artist
The biggest challenge for me as a sound artist is not so much which category to choose but rather how to explain what that category means. As far as I can tell, sound art isn’t clearly or consistently defined (how is it different from music? can it be combined with visual/sculptural elements without becoming something else? etc) and more importantly, it is less well-understood by the public.

When having a conversation with someone, writing a description as part of a proposal or giving a talk, I often have to spend a significant amount of time establishing a baseline contextual understanding of the genre before launching into the fun part which is to describe what I do specifically, how I do it and what my motivations and hopes are for the work. If I was a painter, I could say “I make paintings” and then move on to the more interesting discussions immediately, but unfortunately, I find myself using up valuable time/focus/word-count on basic explanations first.

I will admit, however, that despite the frustrations, being forced into these sorts of descriptions and conversations often lets me see my own work in different ways that are enlightening, so as with most things, there are two sides.

D.K. McCutchen, writer
It’s challenging to articulate an “Elevator Pitch;” to quickly categorize my work in a fast-paced world that won’t wait around while I fumble to describe how multiple genres intertwine.

I’m fascinated by creative nonfiction (CNF), but don’t interpret it as simply using fictional concepts to tell a “true” story. I don’t really believe in truth. I do believe in Points of View, and everyone’s differ. That’s one soapbox.

Another conflation of genres, in my work, is science and experimental fiction. I did a CNF thesis for a Fiction MFA, with experimental writer/mentor John Edgar Wideman. I wrote experimental CNF and published The Whale Road, after repeatedly hearing from publishers: “Love the idea, love the writing, but why did you write it that way?” I still get that.

Now I’ve added speculative fiction into the mix. I teach science writing and keep up on the latest research. I write to imagine our world in the near future. As we remove species, add climate change, and stir, who will we be? I experiment with language, science and worlds. We lose language as we lose species. If cats are long-gone, what happens when Sandburg’s “… fog comes on little cat feet?” Everything’s connected.

Recently my pitch became: “my work is sometimes-erotic, post-apocalyptic, gender-bender, speculative fiction.” But then a prospective editor suggested it might also be categorized as YA….

Deb Todd Wheeler, sculptor, inventor, and media artist
So I guess the question I ask back is: who is doing the asking? If it’s me asking myself, which I often do, I tend to get caught up in the “expertise to enthusiasm” ratio. My projects lead me into arenas I feel I have no business sticking my nose or hand into, like say, photography (MCC finalist 2011), but once an idea takes hold, I can’t help but become as much of a sponge as I can, bothering friends and friends of friends for advice or collaboration, and let myself enjoy discovering the material. I suppose that puts me more in the category of Life Long Learner, with the acknowledgement that I will never really have any solid expertise. But if it’s a question about which grant to apply for, or which box to check, that’s a bit tricky. I imagine organizations need to keep the categories pretty general so that artists can be evaluated based on the relation they have to others working in a similar vein. For me, the challenge really is to stay on top of the conversation my work is engaged in, and leave the job of defining it for when I am at my desk and not at my workbench!


Kirk Amaral Snow ( is an intermedia artist whose practice investigates the relationship between the built world and performative aspects of culture. He is co-editor of the online arts journal Temporary Land Bridge and Director of Career Services at Montserrat College of Art.

Halsey Burgund ( is a sound artist, musician, and installation artist. His work was recently included in the group exhibition Twelve Nights at Boston Sculptors Gallery, and his audio accompaniment for Water Stories (with paintings by Anne Neely) is on display at the Museum of Science Boston.

D.K. McCutchen ( is a writer who teaches at U-Mass Amherst and was recently in residence at Vermont Studio Center. She is the author of the book The Whale Road, her essay The Zen of Kakapo Poo – Redux was published in the Fish Prize Anthology 2014, and her story The Greening was published in Route Nine Omnibus Edition in May.

Liz Nofziger ( is an installation and public artist who is currently Artist-in-Residence at the Boston Center for the Arts. BOUNCE, her mutant amplified pingpong table, is set up for play on the plaza at the BCA through 10/15.

Deb Todd Wheeler ( is a sculptor, inventor, and media artist. Her solo exhibition … in the atmospheres will be at Miller Yezerski Gallery 9/5-10/21, opening reception 9/5, 6-8 PM. She’s also in the group show Forecaster: Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 (10/1-11/5, opening reception 10/9) and will have work in Walden, revisted at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (10/31-4/26).

Images: photo by Melissa Blackall Photography at Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Liz Nofziger: BOUNCE, July 24-October 15, 2014; detail of work by Deb Todd Wheeler.

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Creative Space 9/4

September 4th, 2014

While MCC’s ArtistLink Initiative is being re-worked, creative space opportunities that previously would have been listed on are going to be shared here on ArtSake.

Here are the most recent as of September 4, 2014:


Studio Sublet in Hyde Park

Studio space in Hyde Park 1476 River st. up for sublet Sept-Nov. 2014, 450sq.ft with 16ft ceilings. The space is about $400.00 a month, depending on utilities, the price is negotiable, and the space is rent-able for smaller periods of time within the three months. Please contact Samantha Fields at


Studio Share at Joy Street Studios, Somerville

I am looking for someone to share my studio at Joy Street Studios in Somerville. It is an active, well managed, studio building that participates open studios twice a year. Parking, slop sinks, and a freight elevator are available.

The total studio is 490 square feet, with two large windows, north facing light, and tall ceilings. Around $350 depending on your space needs. First months rent and security deposit required. I am open to sharing with any kind of artist but have allergies to oil paint mediums, so need to share with another non-toxic artist. I generally work 3 week days (not evenings/weekends).
Please contact:


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Get Your Vote On

September 3rd, 2014


The Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) has done a lot of homework on your behalf. MALC sent candidates in the upcoming primary election questionnaires regarding their platforms and policies around the arts (MALC doesn’t endorse candidates for office). See how the candidates, in their own words, consider the arts as it relates to the office they seek to hold. Remember to vote Tuesday, September 9, 2014.

Attorney General primary race

Treasurer primary race

Lt. Governor primary race

State District primary races

Federal primary races

Governor primary race

Unsure of where to vote? Find your polling place here.

Image credit: Black and white photo of suffragettes in the public domain.


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Artist Opportunities with PB & J’s

September 2nd, 2014

Creative Nonfiction Entries are now being accepted for Hunger Mountain’s prize of $1,000 and publication on their website is given annually. Submit an essay of up to 10,000 words. Learn more.
Deadline: September 10, 2014

Works on Paper The South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, MA, invites entries of original work that offer distinctive, imaginative imagery using paper. Show dates October 24 – December 21, 2014. Opening Reception October 24 6-8pm, Juried by Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. $1200 in prizes – all work must be for sale. Learn more.
Deadline: September 15, 2014

Call for Boston Area Artists The Kingston Gallery, an artist-run gallery in Boston’s South End, is accepting applications for 2 new artist members. We showcase a diverse range of contemporary art in a mutually supportive environment that encourages experimentation and growth. Dues-paying members receive a solo show every 2-3 years in the Main gallery and a solo show in the Members’ gallery in alternate years. No application fee. Learn more.
Deadline: September 25, 2014

Fellowships for Artist Residencies The Vermont Studio Center has 34 fellowships for artists & writers available including the Rona Jaffe Foundation Fellowship for emerging women writers and 25 merit-based VSC Fellowships. Learn more.
Deadline: October 1, 2014

Printmakers Entries are now being accepted for the 2015 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition at Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University. Learn more.
Deadline: October 19, 2014 (11:59pm)

Image credit: Photograph of Children at lunch, California # 8, May 22 1940, Alameda. Free Nursery Schools. From the collection of the National Archives and Records Administration.

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Fellows Notes – Sep 14

September 2nd, 2014

Back to school! Scantron days, #2 pencil nights. Here’s a knapsack’s-worth of news from MCC’s past Artist Fellows/Finalists.


Stacey Alickman and Mary Bucci McCoy are exhibiting in the group show Ground Cover at Kingston Gallery in Boston (thru 9/28, opening reception 9/5, 5:30 PM.

Andrew Mowbray, Cristi Rinklin, Deb Todd Wheeler, and Joe Wardwell join Dana Clancy, Audrey Goldstein, John Guthrie, and curator Resa Blatman for the exhibition Forecasted: Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 (10/1-11/5, opening reception 10/9).

Vaughn Sills and Stephen Tourlentes are both exhibiting in Artadia’s 15th Anniversary Exhibition at Longhouse Projects in New York (9/13-10/25, opening reception 9/13, 5 PM).

Elizabeth Alexander was voted Boston’s Best Artist by the Improper Bostonian, and her work is in the group exhibition State of the Art at Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art in Arkansas (9/13-1/19/15), featuring over 100 contemporary artists “informed by the past, innovating with materials old and new, and engaging deeply with issues relevant to our times.”

Steve Almond has published a new nonfiction book, Against Football, and will have a number of reading events in the Boston area and beyond.

Ben Berman will read in the Newton Library Poetry Series (9/16).

Simeon Berry‘s poetry collection Monograph was among the winners of The National Poetry Series 2014 Open Competition. Denise Duhamel selected his book, to be published by University of Georgia Press.

Liza Bingham is exhibiting in siteChunks at room83Spring in Watertown (9/6-10/16, opening reception 9/20, 5-7 PM).

Georgie Friedman‘s solo exhibition Into the Wind is at Foster Gallery in Dedham 9/2-9/30, opening reception 9/11, 5-7 PM).

Christy Georg has work in the group exhibition Tools at Axle Contemporary in Santa Fe in September 2014. She was invited to a residency at De Fabriek in Eindhoven, the Netherlands in the spring of 2015.

Joel Janowitz has work in the group show Singularity: The Unique Print at the University Gallery at UMASS Lowell (9/3-9/30). He’ll give a talk, Singular and Generative: The Monotype Process 9/18, 3 PM, at the O’Leary Library, reception to follow at the gallery. He’s also participating in the South End Open Studios (9/20-9/21).

Joo Lee Kang has a solo exhibition, Troubled Paradise, at Gallery NAGA in Boston (9/2-10/4, opening reception 9/5, 6 PM).

Suzanne Matson‘s story, Your Best Yet, appeared in Harvard Review 45. Her story, Pie, is a new Ploughshares Solo, available as a Kindle Single. These new works are part of a collection of linked stories in progress.

Greg Mencoff has a solo exhibition, Chasing Artifacts, at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston 9/10-11/1, opening reception 9/25, 5:30 PM).

Nathalie Miebach‘s Three Pieces is at Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston (9/5-9/30). She also has a solo exhibition, The Weather is Turning Weird, at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA (9/16-1/4/15). She’ll be part of Sound / Sculpture at the Bowling Green State Willard Wankelman Gallery in Ohio (9/9-10/25). She’s part of the group exhibition State of the Art at Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art in Arkansas (9/13-1/19/15).

Liz Nofziger is currently Artist-in-Residence at the Boston Center for the Arts. BOUNCE, her mutant amplified pingpong table, is set up for play on the plaza at the BCA (thru 10/15).

Lynne Potts‘ book Porthole View, which was awarded the book prize by National Poetry Review Press has just been released. A second book, Mame, Sol, and Dog Bark is forthcoming from the same press.

Samuel Rowlett‘s work was featured on the cover of the Spring “Walking” issue of Toronto based arts quarterly, C Magazine.

Nancy Selvage has a solo exhibition, Forecast, at Boston Sculptors Gallery in (9/3-10/5, opening reception 9/7, 4-7 PM).

Deb Todd Wheeler‘s solo exhibition … in the atmospheres will be at Miller Yezerski Gallery 9/5-10/21, opening reception 9/5, 6-8 PM. She’s also in the group show Forecaster: Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 (10/1-11/5, opening reception 10/9) and will have work in Walden, revisted at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (10/31-4/26).

Evan Ziporyn has performances at Intersection in Toronto (9/5-9/7), including a special performance of In My Mind and In My Car, created with Christine Southworth. Read more about that project on ArtSake.

Read past Fellows Notes. If you’re a past fellow/finalist with news, let us know.

Image: painting by Liza Bingham, exhibiting this month at room83Spring in Watertown.

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Creative Space 8/29

August 29th, 2014

While MCC’s ArtistLink Initiative is being re-worked, creative space opportunities that previously would have been listed on are going to be shared here on ArtSake.

Here are the most recent as of August 29, 2014:


Bright Penthouse Work Loft Space in Somerville

5th floor penthouse work loft for rent, 13 – 15+ ft ceilings, skylight, new designer quality kitchenette with stainless steel appliances, private bathroom. A wall of windows with unobstructed views and incredible natural north light make this an idyllic professional and inspiring work space that will wow your clients. Additional 150 square foot loft area makes this space much larger. One year lease minimum, available for September move in. Additional great part of moving into this loft, no realtor FEE!

Excellent space for a professional office or studio, currently in use as a professional photography studio. This loft is located in an artists building that also includes a variety of other professionals in a unique work/live community. Art gallery on site as well as a beautiful landscaped courtyard. Located just off awesome Union Square in Somerville. HEAT, trash service, plowing, professional on site management INCLUDED!

This loft is for work use only use, as an office, photo studio etc.

Showings will begin after September 1st. Find more info.


Art/Craft/Office space for Lease in Groton

Art/Craft/Office space for lease in quiet Groton, MA neighborhood.
520 sq. ft. clean, cathedral ceiling, 6 large windows, great light, ceiling fan, bathroom, private second floor space
Heat and Electricity included. Private entry. No live-in but occasional overnights are ok. No smoking
$450 month to month
Contact is


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Artist Opportunities That Bite

August 26th, 2014


A special shout out to our artist friends living in Duxbury, Chatham and Orleans! 

Of Note: On Saturday, September 6, 7-9pm, Luminarium Dance Company will debut a one-night-only evening of dance, art, and 20-foot high video projections held at the historic water tower of Arlington Heights (Arlington MA). Free and open to all ages.

Poetry, Prose A prize of $1,000 and publication in Wag’s Revue is given twice yearly for a poem or group of poems, a short story, or an essay. The editors will judge. Using the online submission system, submit up to 10 pages of poetry or up to 10,000 words of prose. Learn more.
Deadline: August 31, 2014

Craft Artists Entries are now being accepted for the 28th annual Materials: Hard & Soft, a national contemporary craft competition and exhibition. Ana M. Lopez, a metalsmith, educator and decorative arts scholar, will jury this year’s entries and award $5,000 in prize money. Learn more.
Deadline: September 5, 2014

Call for Proposals The Illuminus festival is now accepting proposals. Their festival is Boston’s first “nuit blanche” — a free nighttime festival featuring large-scale projections and light installations alongside immersive sound, performance, and multimedia experiences. Learn more.
Deadline: September 8, 2014 (11:59 PM)

Call to Artists Sandbox is teaming up with COOL Lowell to have a Makers Pitch Contest for artists who makes any type of product. They are welcoming artists from all around the Commonwealth to apply for the chance at pitching their product for thousands of dollars & selling to 100+ people at their September 25th event. It’s completely free to apply/participate. Learn more.
Deadline: September 11, 2014 (midnight)

Dancers Registration is now open for the 9th Annual Boston Dance Alliance’s open call audition which will take place on September 14, 2014 from 11am – 5pm. This is a great opportunity if you’re a dancer wanting to try out for numerous dance companies at one time. Space is limited so pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Learn more to register.

Call for Artists The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University is accepting applications for the Spring 2015 Artist-in-Residence. HBI seeks artists whose work relates to Jewish gender issues. The opportunity provides studio space, $3000 stipend and solo exhibition at the Kniznick Gallery at the Women’s Studies Research Center. Residency begins March 10, 2015. Learn more.
Deadline: October 9, 2014

Image credit: Steven Spielberg on the set of Jaws in 1974. The fake shark whose mouth Spielberg is climbing into was nicknamed “Bruce.” Learn more about real Great White Sharks here in MA.

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Creative Space 8/25

August 25th, 2014

While MCC’s ArtistLink Initiative is being re-worked, creative space opportunities that previously would have been listed on are going to be shared here on ArtSake.

Here is the most recent as of August 25, 2014:


Artist Studios Available, Needham

Housed in a historic mill building, the renovated Gorse Mill Studios includes 33 work only studios which share a common area gallery, kitchen, bathrooms, loading dock and elevator. The building is ADA compliant and fully sprinklered. Each studio has its own individually controlled HVAC and individually metered electric service. The building is deeded for artist work studios only. Artists of all types are welcome including architects, web designers, landscape architects, writers, graphic artists, illustrators, musicians, photographers, designers and a wide variety of other creative professionals.

Located in a quiet residential area, close to highway access and commuter rail station. Includes ample parking. Convenient to shopping and various services.

We have 3 small studios (approx. 200 – 300 sq ft) and 1 large (approx. 1,800 sq ft) available for lease. Please contact for more details. Visit


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