is a nonprofit arts organization whose mission is to provide art, education, and awareness to suburban communities for social impact. Founded in 2017, our objectives are to provide an outlet for artistic and creative expression and exploration, foster community engagement, and promote social and sustainable development through its mission-programs.
Art in Suburbia is a direct response to the lack of art institutions in suburban neighborhoods.
The value of the organization is built on the accessibility of art. Art is supplied not only to educate, but to bridge cultural gaps through collaborated efforts, creating opportunities for growth and a platform for diversiy of thought for social change.
Art in Suburbia hosts and implements curated pop-up galleries with cultural, social, and political themes in collaboration with real estate agencies, universities, and existing art galleries.
In 2018, Art in Suburbia organized and hosted three art exhibitions in Massachusetts including:
The Female Spectrum: An Evolution of Feminism held at 608 Main Street, Waltham Ma in Collaboration with Central Realty from July 16, 2018 until July 31st, 2018.
V I N T A G E, held at 289 Moody St in Waltham, MA in Collaboration with Monique Rancourt Artisan Gallery from August 8, 2018 until September 3, 2018.
Multiformity.in Collaboration with Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA from February 6, 2018 until February 26, 2018.
As a traveling pop-up gallery, Art in Suburbia looks forward to bringing more art and conversation to the suburbs. With your help, we can accomplish our mission.
Thank you for donating today.
"ART IS THE MEDIATOR BY WHICH IDEAS AND PEOPLE ARE BRIDGED."