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Waltham Mills Open Studios is one of the area’s longest running open studios, now entering their 41st year, featuring more than 85 artists in the heart of downtown Waltham, MA on the first full weekend each November. This event will showcase nationally recognized artists as well as accomplished and emerging artists working in an array of media and styles; from painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture to jewelry, textiles, glass, photography, woodworking, film and more.
Waltham Mills Open Studios includes 3 great groups of artists within 2 blocks of each other.
Waltham Mills Artists’ Association at 144 Moody Street is one of Greater Boston’s oldest artists’ communities, with more than 80 artists working in a wide range of media.
Lincoln Studios at 289 Moody Street, houses more than a dozen artists.
Metalwerx, a jewelry school and community studio nearby, will be showcasing jewelry and metal art on the first floor of 289 Moody St.
144 Moody Street, 289 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453
144 Moody St. Building 4 is ramp accessible. There is a wooden ramp and an elevator to all floors. Building 18 is only accessible by stairs. Free handicap parking is available next to Building 4. Lincoln Studios(289 Moody St.) has a sidewalk level entry the front entrance and an elevator to all floors is available once inside.
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY Handicap parking with valid permit is available at 144 Moody St The city of Waltham provides this online guide to parking: Where are the public parking lots in Waltham. Parking is metered on Saturday in most lots and on the street, and costs $2 for the whole day (bring quarters). Free parking is available on Sunday in the lot behind Lincoln Studios. All meters in Waltham are free on Sunday. Via MBTA 144 Moody Street is directly next to the Inbound Commuter Rail Station at the Fitchburg Line Commuter Rail (North Station, Porter Square) to Waltham Station, Central Square in Waltham. Buses 70 and 70 A (Cambridge, Watertown); Buses 553 and 554 (Boston, Newton Corner);