Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.
ARTrelief is an Expressive Arts Therapy Center with a focus on inclusion and art making for emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and social Wellness.
Studio Art Classes and Specialty Art Classes for Youth, Older Teens, and Adults!
ABC Spanish in Motion is a language exposure program for kids in Massachusetts designed to connect and expand worlds and minds.
To foster creativity, self-esteem & social confidence through the performing arts
Studio Art Classes and Specialty Art Classes for Youth, Older Teens, and Adults
Beadkreative is a unique beading supplies store in Union Sq, Somerville, MA with events, classes, and a consignment handmade gifts gallery space that seeks to build up a sustainable creative beading community within the greater Boston area.
Big Picture Art House offers photography and film classes for kids and teens in the Boston Area. Classes are run by founder, Jennifer Connelly, and take place during school vacation weeks, occasional weekends and summer.
Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world.
A non-profit arts school committed to stimulating creative expression and appreciation of the arts by providing high quality, affordable programming.
How can you teach a child about a country's... geography? climate? culture? customs? history? Through the medium of cuisine!
Melding classic college preparation and traditional character development for boys and girls Pre-Kindergarten through Class 12.
Ever since their founding, the Harvard Art Museums—the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Hill House promotes a strong sense of urban community through developmental and athletic programming, seasonal events and outreach initiatives.
HipStitch is a sewing and craft studio and store in West Newton, MA. We offer classes and camps for kids, teens and adults, as well as creative sewing
Imagine is an indoor playground, community center, party venue, and gallery in Cambridge, MA. We offer open play every day in a huge and beautiful space.
Boston's best comedy club! Featuring improvisation + sketch comedy. Shows 7 nights a week, classes in improv and sketch, corporate training and more!
Modeled after a Venetian palazzo, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston houses one of the world’s most remarkable art collections.
Jackson-Walnut Park Schools, Newton, MA is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston.
Welcome to the official Facebook page for the JFK Library!
Made by Me is owned and managed by Bessie Blum, a longtime Cambridge resident, art teacher, and artist. Her work—usually representations of people (and chickens) at play—is always on display (and often for sale) at Made By Me.
Born of a pioneering spirit, Massachusetts College of Art and Design is the nation’s first independent public college of art and design—and the first art school to grant a degree.
Muckykids Art Studio was founded in 2009 to expand art education opportunities for kids. Muckykids offers classes, drop-in studio hours and birthday parties for all ages.
Mudflat has offered the metropolitan Boston community a unique opportunity for clay work and play since 1971.
Mudville Pottery is the ideal place to relax and experience the joy of creating your own handmade mugs, bowls and other items in clay.
The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art.
My Gym's programming and breakdown for classes has been developed through intensive physiological, psychological and sociological research, along with decades of hands-on experience by hundreds of My Gym child and fitness experts.
The New Art Center supports the development of visual artists and cultivates a community that appreciates art.
We specialize in making sewing easy and accessible for kids AND adults 5 and up. Under its cheery facade is a fully functional work space complete with tons of professional sewing equipment and tools.
Here at Rokuro we believe the wheel is a tool of paramount importance in creating art. The wheels spinning behavior represents the cyclical nature of life and death and all things great and small.