The premiere annual arts event in one of Boston’s most eclectic neighborhoods, Jamaica Plain Open Studios (JPOS), is returning in 2019 for its 26th year! Open Studios is an opportunity to take a rare public peek at some private spaces. The free event showcases the artwork of up to 200 artists at 40 sites including artists’ studios, the historic Eliot School and more. It runs from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. over the weekend of September 28 - 29, 2019. During JPOS, visitors can experience locally created art, clothing, jewelry, and home accessories, and can buy directly from the artists. JPOS artists include a mixture of newcomers, emerging student artists as well as more established artists, many with quite high profiles in their field. Included among the notable artists showing art this year are Nancy Marks and Remi Picó, who recently created their own installations for the new Egleston Square apartment complex located at 3200 Washington Street.
The 26th Annual Jamaica Plain Open Studios are this weekend at 40 different sites with 200 artists throughout the neighborhood. Historically, the free event was at residents artists studios, but through the years the event has also transitioned to have non-JP artists exhibit their work at non-studio locations like businesses and group shows at community spaces. All types of art will be on display: ceramics, drawing, fiber arts, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, mosaic, printmaking, soap, sculpture, wood, and more. Click here for a full map of Jamaica Plain Open Studios. Jamaica Plain Open Studios is Sept.
We’ve been working hard to build out the new Boston Makers space, and can’t wait to open our doors and welcome new members this fall! Join us to celebrate the next chapter of Boston Makers at our new space, hosted at the North American Indian Center of Boston, as part of JP Open Studios. Everyone is welcome! Open House
Sunday, September 23, 1-4 p.m.
105 S. Huntington Avenue
The Jamaica Plain Honk Band! Maker demos and exhibits!
The 25th Annual Jamaica Plain Open Studios is taking place this weekend at 47 different locations displaying paintings, sculptures, woodwork, ceramics and more. This year's open studios is from 11 am to 6 pm on both Saturday and Sunday and it is free to visit any of the locations, which are spread out throughout Jamaica Plain. There are singular artist shows like Sharif Muhammad's oil and acrylic paintings at 213A Lamartine St.; Molly Landman's fiber arts, collage and quilting at 96 Rossmore Road #1; and Barbara Ellen Watkins painting and drawing at 6 Everett St. If you're looking to take in many artists at the same time you'll want to visit the Courtyard at the Brewery (31 Germania St.); First Baptist Church (633 Centre St.) with artists' works inside and outside; the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Art (24 Eliot St.); the Loring-Greenough House (12 South St.) with works on the inside and outside; and other locations. Numerous businesses are also hosting artists' works, including Coldwell Banker, FOCUS Real Estate, Fresh Hair, Rockland Trust, The Real Deal and more.
The premiere annual arts event in one of Boston’s most eclectic neighborhoods, Jamaica Plain Open Studios (JPOS), is returning in 2017 for its 24th year. Open Studios is an opportunity to take a rare public peek at some private spaces. The free event showcases the artwork of up to 200 artists at 40 sites including artists’ studios, the historic Eliot School, the Haffenreffer brewery complex and more. It runs from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. over the weekend of September 23 - 24, 2017. During JPOS, visitors can experience locally created art, clothing, jewelry, and home accessories, and can buy directly from the artists.