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Art Attack

Art Attack is a contemporary gallery that features an eclectic mix of from jewelry, furniture, photography, and traditional paintings and drawings.
108 Beacon St.
Between Inman and Harvard Squares (near Dali and Evoo)
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BrickBottom Artists Association

Operates a gallery, sponsors an annual open-studios event, runs seminars and exhibits.

Meredith Garness, Willoughby and Baltic Studios

"Studio site for Meredith Garniss and the Willoughby and Baltic Studio in Somerville. Includes open studio schedule."
Davis Square, Porter Square

Mudflat Studio

"As both an exciting, professionally run ceramics school and home to 18 clay artists, Mudflat follows its mission to promote and expand awareness and interest in the ceramic arts. Together, the school and studio form a dynamic community centered on a single medium and a shared creative process."
149 Broadway.

Somerville Arts Council

Local cultural council for the city of Somerville. Web site includes a calendar of events in that city.

The Nave Gallery

The Nave Gallery is a collaboration between ARTSomerville and the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church. Run and staffed completely by volunteers, the Nave provides an important new exhibition space for both local and regional artists.
near Teel Sq and Tufts University


"A community theater based in Davis Square, the mission of Theatre@First is to work together to provide a fun, friendly, and creative theater experience for cast, crew, and audience alike. We welcome volunteers at all levels of experience and offer a supportive environment in which to work, play, grow, and explore new areas of the theatre arts. We offer affordable and eclectic entertainment to the community, aiming to surprise, delight, entertain, and educate our audiences."
Davis Square

Vernon Street Studios

Web site with a sampling of 25 artists from Vernon Street Studios, where there are currently over 100 artists practicing in a wide variety of visual mediums.

Washington Street Art Center

Community arts center and work space run by an artists' collective.
321 Washington St.

Willoughby and Baltic Fine Arts

Shows change frequently, and there are events such as Sunday morning drop-in life drawing sessions. Accessible via the Red Line Davis Square T stop.
Davis Square

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