Gateway Arts and its artists receive local and national recognition and press coverage.

The sculptures on view in the project room (at White Columns, NYC) feel like the results of a lot of daydreaming by Howe, who is 87 and happens to be developmentally disabled. If you get the chance to spend some time with the smallish, toy-sized works, it’s hard not to think of them as interior, or “inner,” spaces, because the artist has been mostly nonverbal his whole life. For several decades he has been making work at Gateway Arts in Brookline, Massachusetts, a place which provides art studio space specifically for people with disabilities.

- Chris Cobb, Hyperallergic


Gateway Arts: Assisting Artists, One by One

Boston University News Service | by Noemi Arellano-Summer | Boston, MA

Differently abled artists of color showcased in Gateway Arts exhibition

The Bay State Banner | by Celina Colby | Boston, MA

Meet Rae Edelson of Gateway Arts in Brookline – Boston’s Most Inspiring Organizations

BostonVoyager Magazine | Boston, MA

Elements: Flower Power

New England Home | by Cheryl Katz and Jeffrey Katz | Boston, MA

Gateway To Success

Design New England | by Gail Ravgiala | Boston, MA

Up The Ladder to the Open Door Gallery

| Newtown, CT

Paintings by Pat Peter

Antiques and the Arts WeeklyNewtown, CT

Gateway Arts joins the Global #GivingTuesday movement

Brookline Wicked Local | Brookline, MA

Gateway Artists visit Bostons Children’s Hospital

The Brookline TAB | Brookline, MA

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Banner image by Mary DeCesar.