About the Artist Studios

The Artist Studios at the Boston Center for the Arts are dedicated to providing affordable workspace and a supportive environment to artists in all disciplines, and at all stages of artistic development. Artists working in studios at the BCA include painters, printmakers, sculptors, filmmakers, craftspeople, writers, performing artists and other art-related organizations.

The building includes fifty work-only studios for artists and arts organizations (studios are not live-in spaces). Studio sizes range from 110 sq ft to 1500 sq ft.

Artists and arts organizations are selected and placed in studios at the BCA through an application and jury-­review process as studios become available.

If you would like more information on the Artist Studios or are interested in applying for a studio, please refer to the application instructions.

City Stage Co. PDF Print E-mail

Studio 211


City Stage Co. offers urban children, youth and families opportunities to participate in the performing arts, so they can make discoveries about themselves and the world. They do this through performing, educating and collaborating. City Stage Co. has been on the BCA campus since 1974.

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The Art Connection PDF Print E-mail

Studio 205
At BCA since 1997

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The Art Connection is a nonprofit organization that expands public access to visual art through a unique art donation and placement program. "Bringing Art to Life"

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Gisela Griffith PDF Print E-mail

Studio 306

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Gisela's current body of work, 'The Secrets of Nature', explores ethnobotany, the relationship that exists between plants and humans. Historical botanical prints are her source of inspiration for exploring the impact of nature on the art and science of medicine most notably, plants that have contributed to cancer research and treatments.

The documented source of botanicals that show potential for chemotherapy treatments are interpreted as 'plant portraits' using mixed media on 12” x 12” panels.

Gisela has expanded her interest in this particular aspect of ethnobotany to reach out to people who have experienced cancer in their lives by designing botanical embroidery patterns to be stitched through the quiet and therapeutic process of needlework, offering a means in which to express their own healing journey and a creative and reflective way of embracing the wisdom of the natural world.

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