Art With Amy 75 Brook St # 1, Brookline, MA02445 Art With Amy offers classes in painting, sculpting, drawing and other art forms. The school is led by Amy Solomon, a…More local artist with a fine arts degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She offers after-school art programs, pre-school and parent/child art classes, workshops and summer programs.
Robson Fine Arts 54 Willow Cres, Brookline, MA02445 Robson Fine Arts offers fine arts appraisal of and consulting for two and three dimensional works including paintngs,…More prints and sculture.
At the Gateway Arts studios in Brookline Village, people with developmental challenges are given the opportunity…More communicate and heal though artistic endeavors. A service of the non-profit Vinfen corporation, Gateway Arts provides clients with the instruction, material and space they need to discover and grow their artistic impulse.
Vinfen clients, many of who live in group homes or with their families, also have an opportunity to make a living from their art by selling it in Gateway Arts' Craft Store, which is open to the public.
Performing Arts Physical Therapy 1093 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Performing Arts Physical Therapy is located near Coolidge Corner in Brookline. The clinic specially caters to performing…More artists and their unique needs. Some of the services offered include Pilates, physical therapy, performance enhancement, massage, pain management, fitness evaluations and stress management. All of the clinic's practitioners are licensed in the state of Massachusetts and have extensive backgrounds in the field of medicine. To schedule an appointment, call Performing Arts Physical Therapy during business hours.
The New England Institute of Art 10 Brookline Pl, Brookline, MA02445 Founded in 1952 as the Norm Prescott School of Broadcasting and briefly known as Massachusetts…More Communications College, the New England Institute of Art is now part of a for-profit chain of art institutes that stretches across the country. Spread over a number of buildings in Brookline Village, it offers bachelors degrees in subjects like advertising, graphic design, interior design and sound and video editing. The audio department is its most popular, and the campus gives students access to recording studios and equipment.
Housed in a former fire house on Monmouth Street, the non-profit Brookline Community Arts Center offers a wide range…More of community art classes for adults, children and families. The center also organizes rotating exhibits of local and internationally renowned artists.
Free and reduced-cost classes are available for elderly residents and low-income children.
Susan Navarre serves as the center's executive director.
Ancient River Healing Arts 1141 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Ancient River Healing Arts is an alternative medicine destination in the apartment and business complex at 1141 Beacon…More St. This business is easily accessible by the T. Although the business is small, Ancient River maintains loyal clients and also welcomes new ones. Hours are by appointment only.
Woven Art Antique & New Decorative Carpets 624 Hammond St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Antique and decorative carpets from around the world are on display at Woven Art. Choose from a wide assortment of…More traditions: Turkish Oushak, carpets from the Caucasus region, Persian weaves and others, many of them rare. Additionally, the experts here repair damaged rugs, providing cleaning services and can appraise heirlooms.
Performing Arts Occupational Therapy 1330 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Performing Arts Occupational Therapy is a group of occupational therapists specializing in medical treatment for…More performing artists. Area of expertise include repetitive strain injuries, nerve entrapment syndromes, nueromuscular disorders, orthopedic conditions and arthritic conditions. Patients include professional artists as well as students and recreational performers. To schedule an appointment, call the number provided.