Waltham Mills Artist Association, an organization comprised of more than 70 artists working in a range of mediums, announces its 41st Waltham Mills Open Studios which will take place Nov. 4th-5th from noon – 6:00 p.m. ET both days at 144 Moody St. and 289 Moody St. in Waltham, MA. The free event features pieces by nationally recognized and emerging artists from WMAA, Lincoln Studios and Metalwerx. Works will range from painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture to jewelry, textiles, glass, photography, woodworking, film and more.
In addition to having the opportunity to meet the artists and see their work, there will be a range of other art-focused activities available to Waltham Mills Open Studios attendees.
Grand Opening of The Telephone Museum
New England School of Photography (NESOP) Fall Open House
Performances by The Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra (WPO)
Throughout the event, there will be an ongoing raffle to win eight tickets to the Boston Ballet for a physical interpretation of art and dance. Onsite at Waltham Mills Open Studios, there also will be an art space for all, including children, to draw inspiration from their surroundings to create masterpieces.
Waltham Mills Open Studios is a tradition rooted in both Waltham’s and WMAA’s history, dating back to when the association began in the 1970s. The event is made possible through the generous sponsorship of those dedicated to the arts and through a thriving and supportive Waltham community. Find the full list of sponsors here.
Waltham Mills Open Studios is accessible by Commuter Rail (Fitchburg line), MBTA Bus (70, 553, 556, 558), and the Charles River bike path. It is close to many of Waltham’s best restaurants and shops along Moody Street. Free parking is available at RTN Credit Union (600 Main St., Waltham, MA) during Open Studios.
About The Waltham Mills Artists Association
The Waltham Mills Artists Association (WMAA) comprises more than 70 artists working in a wide range of media who occupy studio space in two buildings at 144 Moody Street in downtown Waltham, MA. The larger WMAA building was named The Ira B. Gordon Center for the Arts in 2011 for Ira B (Sonny) Gordon, a prominent local businessman, and a leader in the transformation of the downtown Waltham area. His family has named the building after Sonny in recognition of his commitment to the arts and his leadership role in developing a community in which artists could flourish. The WMAA hosts Waltham Mills Open Studios annually every Fall to welcome the community into studios to see where art is made.
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