Artspace Office Hours
TUESDAY: 12:00 – 2:00
WEDNESDAY: 12:00 – 2:00
THURSDAY: 1:30 – 4:00
FRIDAY: 10:00 – 3:00
Artspace Community Arts Center is an educational and creative space for people of all ages to learn about and engage with the artistic and musical communities in Greenfield, MA, and the larger Franklin County area.
Astrid Sheckels teaches this morning class in the week of July 8-12, for ages 8-11.
Learn to write in runes, sew your own authentic Viking clothing, create armor and jewelry, listen to stories from Norse mythology, and even discover your own secret Viking name.
2D Drawing and Mythical Creature Creation with Karen Gaudette
Sicilian Style Rod Marionette & Giant Head Mask Making with Madison Cripps
Now in the gallery
Karen Axtell, a solo show
Karen Axtell, a Greenfield artist whose abstract paintings have been included in many juried exhibitions throughout the region, will be showing recent paintings on paper at Artspace during May.
Our first jam session was on January 25.
It was a great time, led by guitar teacher Kevin Dee.
You can listen to a bit of it here.
The next session is June 28th and will be led by Kevin Dee.
Come to 15 Mill St., in Greenfield and play.
Join us on the fourth Friday of each month for an open jam for musicians.
Sessions will be led by Artspace teacher, Kevin Dee. There is a suggested donation of $5 to $10, but no one will be turned away for an inability to pay.
For more information, click here.
Give the gift of creativity.
Artspace gift certificates may be used for any of our programs and workshops.
Gift Certificates are issued in multiples of $25. Adjust the quantity in the payment form to increase the gift. You will be emailed a receipt.
If you have any questions email: email@example.com
Want a quick way to feel good?
It is as simple and expansive as this:
You can help sustain and grow the arts in Franklin County.
Artspace provides arts and music education, hosts gallery shows, open music jams, free pop-up art-making events, community concerts,
and offers financial aid,
but we can only do this with your help.
A community alive with the arts is dynamic and resourceful, inspiring and resilient.
We must work together to assure access to the arts.
Thank you so much for your help – our community is a collaborative work of art!
Give today and imagine what we will make together.
Learn more here.