(Boston, Massachusetts) Mobius (est. 1977) is a non-profit, artist-run organization, whose mission is to generate, shape and test experimental art. The members of the organization believe an effective strategy for supporting this art is to establish grounds that build relationships among fellow artists.
National Spacefinder, Chicago Artists Resource
(National) A national database of artists spaces offers.
(Holyoke, Massachusetts) Open Square is an exciting new 685,000-square-foot mixed-use urban community on 8½ acres in the heart of Holyoke’s Historic Canal District. It offers distinctive, attractively priced space for offices, retail shops, light manufacturing, and artists and artisans, as well as future residential live/work lofts in a prime Western Massachusetts location.
Selected NYFA Space Directory
Classified ads for artist space rentals, particularly in New York City, serving all disciplines.
The Sandpaper Factory
(Rockland, Massachusetts) The Sandpaper Factory, located at 83 East Water Street in Rockland, MA is a 120,000 square foot mill building that has been converted into multi-tenant creative spaces for rent or lease. Several spaces are available for immediate occupancy. Studio spaces start at 280 SF but larger studios and commercial spaces can also be accommodated. The four-story building is serviced by a freight elevator.
Umbrella Community Arts Center
(Concord, Massachusetts) Studio residencies are provided for more than 60 artists in 2 former school buildings in historic Concord and neighboring Carlisle, MA.
Union Crossing Artist Studios
(Lawrence, Massachusetts) A new project of Lawrence Community Works, the Union Crossing Artist Studios offer 28 loft-style work studios for artists and artisans. Tenants have access to a community classroom and gallery, common kitchen, fitness center, and free Wi-fi. The Union Crossing building is also home to the LCW’s Financial Stability Center, which offers a variety of financial education and asset-building services.
Waltham Mills Artists Association
(Waltham, Massachusetts) The Waltham Mills Artists Association comprises more than 70 artists working in a wide range of media who occupy studio space in two buildings of the ex-Waltham Cotton and Wool Factory in downtown Waltham, Mass.
Washington Street Art Center
(Somerville, Massachusetts) The Washington Street Art Center in Somerville provides studio workspace for professional painters, photographers, and writers and serves as a community center. Founded by a cooperative of local artists the Art Center building houses 10 studios a darkroom a gallery and classroom space.
(Ashfield, Massachusetts) Wellspring House, located in the hills just east of the Berkshires, is open from April until December. Up to 5 writers and artists at a time are welcome for periods of a week to a month or longer. Residency fee applies. The House includes an extensive library and a meditation room.
Western Avenue Studios
(Lowell, Massachusetts) Since opening day, Western Avenue Studios has become an integral part of the cultural life of the city of Lowell with more than 180 working artists.
Zeitgeist Gallery Studios
(Beverly, Massachusetts) Across the street from Monserrat College of Art, Zeitgeist studios are located in a refurbished historic building. Studio rental also allows access to exhibition opportunities at the on-site gallery.