An Arts Exchange in Jamaica Plain

{ Saturday & Sunday, September 23rd and 24th } Jamaica Plain Open Studios wants artists and audiences to connect.

Art is part of the neighborhood landscape in Jamaica Plain. Jamaica Plain Open Studios (JPOS) provides an annual opportunity for artists and the public to connect, spark a dialogue, and deal fine artworks. Artists’ homes and studios serve as event venues alongside group sites and business throughout Jamaica Plain. Expect a broad variety of artists working in many mediums, including ceramic, drawing, furniture, fiber arts, glass, jewelry, metal, mosaic, photography, painting, soap, technology, wood, sculpture, and more. Featured artists and venues include Amy Hitchcock, Kim Katz, Brian Baldeck, River of Life Church, and Stinky Pot Studios. The volunteer-driven event reflects the vibrancy and diversity of Jamaica Plain, is family friendly, and opens up community spaces for relish in plenty of admirable art.

Jamaica Plain Open Studios is one of the oldest programs of its kind in New England, expanding and promoting artists to new audiences each year. The event is run by the Jamaica Plain Arts Council, which works to support artists in the Jamaica Plain community. JPOS runs from Saturday, September 23rd and Sunday, September 24th in varied locations around the neighborhood area.

Jamaica Plain Open Studios
Around the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood
Boston, Massachusetts
Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24
Free and open to the public
Top image courtesy of Jamaica Plain Open Studios
Nathan FrontieroAn Arts Exchange in Jamaica Plain

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