(Massachusetts) Originally built circa 1871 as a manufacturing facility for horse drawn carriages, 14 Cedar Street has been developed into sustainable, affordable workspaces for architects, designers, builders, artists and entrepreneurs. Sustainable remodeling practices were employed during the development of the property with the intention of making it a showcase for innovative renewable, efficiency, and load-reduction technology.
Art on No
(Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Art On No is located at 311 North Street, Pittsfield, MA. The 2nd floor has a gallery space and studios for 17 local artists, musicians, and performers. Art On No continues to be the largest group of artists under one roof in downtown Pittsfield.
(Massachusetts) A non-profit community craft studio promoting teaching, learning and the practice of all crafts. Affordable daytime space and equipment rental to local professional artists and businesspeople interested in having access to industrial-grade manufacturing equipment.
Available Potential Enterprises, Ltd.
(Massachusetts) Available Potential Enterprises, Ltd. exists to support contemporary artists working in all disciplines, by preserving and supporting the spaces in which they create, perform and exhibit their work.
Brickbottom Artists’ Building
(Boston, Massachusetts) Brickbottom was developed in the mid-eighties by a group of artists looking for affordable studio spaces in the Boston area. They converted an old bread factory into one of the largest buildings of live/work space for artists in the country.
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association
(Massachusetts) CHAPA is a non-profit umbrella organization for affordable housing and community development activities in Massachusetts.
Contemporary Arts International
(Massachusetts) CAI promotes the creation of 3D and Multi-disciplinary Art with Artist Residency and Facility Sharing Programs designed to encourage and assist artists to realize new projects and ideas. In Acton, MA.
Dorchester Art Project
(Massachusetts) Dorchester Art Project provides a unique space for Boston based emerging artists, in the midst of the city’s largest and most dynamic neighborhood. DAP houses fourteen artists’ studios, a gallery, and a performance space.
Easthampton, Massachusetts) Eastworks is a 500,000 square foot converted mill located in Easthampton at the foot of the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts.
Et Wright Building
(Rockland, Massachusetts) Located at 379 Liberty Street in Rockland, MA the Et Wright Building was once an old shoe factory that now houses various art studios. The Et Wright Building is owned and operated by the 4th Floor Artists, who also own and operate the Sandpaper Factory. Spaces have a rustic and industrial feel that can accommodate various mediums. The ground floor offers a gallery space where your work can be displayed.
Friends of Fenway Studios
(Boston, Massachusetts) The Friends of Fenway Studios was founded in 1998 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of this National Historic Landmark building, and to raising awareness of this cultural treasure, as well as promoting the work of the artists who work in the Fenway Studios.
Joy Street Artists Studios
(Somerville, Massachusetts) Joy Street Artists Studios, the newest artist building in Somerville, offers 52 non-residential work studios in a variety of sizes and shapes to 60 artists.