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Inside the Art: Janet Inman

Monday, June 24, 2019

Artist Janet Inman began working at Gateway Arts in 1996, and has been a significant creative fixture within the studios ever since.  Over the course of her decades long career, Inman has developed a distinct artistic voice.  She enjoys making works of art in a dainty style, almost emulating herself and her own petite stature. Working … Read More

Gateway Writes | Patrick Shea: Digital Storytelling

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

By Patrick Shea During April and March of 2018, me and a few other artists at Gateway Arts went to B.I.G. (Brookline Interactive Group) Studios near Brookline High School and each artist did their own digital storytelling video.  Artists got to make digital stories from ideas they have and their stories could be short or … Read More

Gateway Artists Light up the Holidays

Thursday, November 29, 2018

In preparation for the holiday season, new Gateway artist Hannah DeFelice is hard at work producing a vast number of holiday related cards, creches, and menorahs.  After finalizing a last detail, DeFelice smiles and proudly declares another unique and intricate menorah complete, and ready for a customer.  Once each hand crafted item is finished it … Read More

Molly Piper Walks to End Alzheimer’s

Monday, September 17, 2018

Artist Molly Piper is admired in the Gateway Studios as much for her kindness as her unique artistic style and perspective.  Piper feels deeply connected to people and the world around her.  She uses art to explore and address social and political events, often doing so with a touch of humor.  While the specifics of … Read More

Three Views 2018

Gateway Writes | Kathleen Wells: A Revolving Door

Friday, May 4, 2018

Artist Kathleen Wells on her most recent series, The Revolving Door, featured in the Three Views exhibition in the Gateway Gallery, May 7 – June 2nd, 2018. The whole series is me thinking about revolving doors as a metaphor — as being and as a process. A space or many spaces, and times. To transform … Read More

Gateway Artists Visualize Stories with Brookline Interactive Group (BIG)

Thursday, March 16, 2017

By Nicole Veilleux In a digital age, incorporating visual elements in storytelling has a remarkable effect on people.  Last fall seven Gateway artists explored a new media means of communication at Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) community media arts center, working to visualize and share stories from their lives as students of a Digital Storytelling course, made possible through donations … Read More

Gateway Writes Showcase │ Daniel Kasinsky

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Hi, my name is Dani. My name is short for Daniel it’s a Spanish name because I am from South America and came from a place called Peru nearly or toward another country called Chile. I am fond of people from that country. I grew up here and tried to be positive and happy about … Read More

Gateway Writes Showcase | Igor Reyes

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Gateway artist Igor Reyes explains the impact the documentary film “Life Animated” had on him as an individual with Autism, as he related to Owen and their mutual love of cartoons. In his own words Igor shares his lived experiences with communication, reality, and relationships in the world as a son, artist, and individual with … Read More

Gateway Arts Participates In Brookline Open Studios

Monday, April 25, 2016

Gateway Arts will open its doors for Brookline Open Studios on Saturday, April 29. The studio art center has been in Brookline for over 40 years, and provides support for building careers for over 100 artists from surrounding areas. With the goal of providing individualized, arts-based services to adults with disabilities; Gateway Arts has grown … Read More

Gateway Writes Showcase │ Rebecca Bella Rich

Monday, April 25, 2016

A deeply honest and compelling freestyle poem by artist Rebecca Bella Rich on the state of our current world, and how women could make it a better place. If Women Ruled The World   If women ruled the world it would be more put together than a man’s world. Right now things are painful because … Read More