Imagination at Play. A Community of Artists.
“The mission of ArtSpace, a non-profit community arts center in Maynard, MA, is to provide affordable studio space to local artists, exhibit contemporary art from New England artists and maintain an active community outreach program.”
Open Studio May 20th, 10am-4pm
Join us for our last Open Studio at 63 Summer St., Maynard. Studios on the main floor will be open for you to browse and buy artists’ work. Painters, potters, textile artists and more.
We are close to confirming our next location and will share it as soon as possible.
Intersection Art Gallery and Gift Shop
ArtSpace Maynard invites you to Intersection Art Gallery and Gift Shop, our community gallery and satellite space at 63 Nason Street. Conveniently located at the ‘intersection’ of Summer St and Nason St, the Gallery is in the heart of the Maynard Cultural District.
We offer a wide variety of original creative art including paintings, prints, sculpture, photographs, jewelry, and textiles. There is something for everyone and it’s a great way to support the arts! Downtown Maynard is a walkable area with a variety of restaurants and shops.
Hours: Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 10-4pm
Sunday – Thursday by chance (if the lights are on, we are open)
Exhibiting Artists Include: Barbara O’Brien; Bill Cohn; Cathy McCarthy; Dawne Osborne; Dee Cohen; Denise Shea; Fay Senner; Frances Sharp; Gail Erwin; Gwen Murphy; Joyce L. M. Dwyer; Judith Jaffe; Kay Hartung; Lisa Corfman; Lisa Heffley; Margaret Kusner; Mica Knapp; Natalie McKnight; Priscilla Alpaugh Cotter; Rachel Korn; and Sara Matias.
Weekly Y-Art Sale
Join us every Wednesday to buy art supplies, books, magazines, paintings, furniture and equipment just to name some of what’s available. Details on our Events page.
New Executive Director
The Board of ArtSpace Maynard announces the hiring of Suchitra (Suchi) Mumford as Executive Director. A seasoned entrepreneur, artist, and arts administrator, Mumford joins ArtSpace Maynard at a challenging yet exciting period of change. She has started two businesses including the successful Indigo Fire pottery studio in Belmont, and recently served as Office Manager for the New Art Center in Newton, where she also taught pottery.
Gail Erwin, President of the Board of Directors, says, “We are delighted to have Suchi join the staff of ArtSpace. Her background and experience are precisely what we need. In the short time she has been with us, she has already made a difference. We look forward to working with her.”
Thank you to the Board Members, artists, and community members of ArtSpace for your warm welcome.
I am excited to join the ArtSpace team during this time of change and great opportunity. After 20 years at 63 Summer Street, we are faced with finding a new home. The Board has been working hard to identify a new space that works on a number of levels and I am excited to be part of this next chapter. I look forward to working with you to help our community become stronger and more secure.
About me: I was born in India, raised in New England, and have two daughters, ages 17 and 20. I currently live in Dunstable with my husband and our dog. A life long potter, I create functional ware and have taught all ages. With my background in arts administration and business, joining this community feels like a natural fit.
During the past year and a half years, Gail Erwin has lead ArtSpace through a challenging time. I am grateful to her and the Board for the countless hours they have volunteered to sustain this remarkable community. We will continue to work closely during this transition.