Studio A provides long term professional support for artistically talented adults with psychiatric and other disabilities, such as spectrum disorders and head injury.
Studio A offers opportunities to pursue professional art careers within a small, supportive community of dedicated artists with similar experiences. Artists in Studio A focus their time on the creation of artwork that can be exhibited and sold. Each artist comes to the studio on a preset schedule and works independently on his or her projects.
Studio A was established as a studio within Gateway in 1997. Due to its relatively small size, this program has been described by many as a community of artists and friends. Studio A provides access to high quality art materials for 2-Dimensional and small scale 3-Dimensional work, jewelry and other crafts.
The professionally trained Studio A staff are artists themselves, and are available for facilitation, suggestions, and sensitive critique. Studio A staff work side by side with artists, counselors, therapists and support teams and provide case coordination and mentorship to artists to assist them with any challenging vocational and emotional issues.
Read our Studio A Brochure to learn more.
HOW TO JOIN
Interested artists can schedule tours of Gateway to see firsthand the exciting studio space and meet with staff. Artists are encouraged to bring in examples of work while learning more about the program.
Funding is available for those who qualify. Artists who are not eligible for funding by Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission can privately pay. Please inquire for current rates.
Billed per three hour group studio session with additional fees for individualized support.
Carolyn Burns | email@example.com | 617-734-1577 x25 | Fax: 617- 734-3199
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