Careers in Art for People with Disabilities
Gateway Arts, a Vinfen service, provides professional development for adults with disabilities who have talent in fine art and hand crafts. Artists pursue unique and individualized careers, learn and develop new skills with the support of a professional staff of artists, and receive local and international recognition through Gateway’s gallery, store, and online presence.
Information for Gateway Artists and Families, and the public during COVID-19
- Gateway Arts began a slow re-opening on August 3, 2020, with a limited number of artists and staff returning.
- The Studios and Gateway Gallery are closed to the public. Exhibitions are currently held in The Gateway Store and online. If you are interested in learning about the studios currently operating at Gateway, contact Ted Lampe, Program Director, at 617-734-1577 x 10.
- The Gateway Store is open Tu & Th 11-4 and Sa 12-4, and by appointment Tu – F 11-5 | Sa 12-5. To make an appointment, contact Loel Westermann, Store Manager, via the Gateway Store cell at 617-913-9815 or email at email@example.com.
Image: Brenda Sepulveda in the Paper Studio, August 2020
Gateway Arts is a program of Vinfen. To learn more about Vinfen, and for more resources related to COVID-19, visit vinfen.org.
The Main Studio at Gateway Arts supports artistically talented adults with primarily developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders, intellectual, and other disabilities.
Studio A provides ongoing professional support for artistically talented adults with psychiatric disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and traumatic brain injuries.