Welcome to Brookline Open Studios & Marketplace!

SAVE THE DATE: Brookline Open Studios 2022 will take place October 1, 2022 from 11AM – 5PM!
(Rain Date: October 2, 2022)

There will be indoor and outdoor space available at two locations: the Brookline Arts Center at Monmouth Park and Station Street, Brookline Village. Both sites will feature activities and community fun – more information to come!

Brookline Open Studios started in 1986 when a handful of artists living in Brookline opened up their home studios to the general public one weekend in the spring. Since then, more and more artists have participated, sharing their work and process of creating with the community. Brookline Open Studios is a unique and engaging event that showcases the diverse range of artists and creative works from Brookline and beyond.

Interested in participating in BKOS this year? Send your Artist Statement (with website & social media), Images of your work, Location Preference (at either Station Street or BAC Monmouth Park) to bkos@brooklineartscenter.com and pay the $75 participation fee or inquire about our scholarships!

Link to pay registration fee HERE!

SHARE A SPACE: Feel free to apply with other artists to share a 10×10 space!

Applications will be open through September 5, 2022. 

Any artist, audience or sponsor inquires please email bkos@brooklineartscenter.com or call 617.566.5715.

For this year’s artists, please see below:

Nan Rumpf

Kevin Viens

Christine Shadic

Evelyn Berde

Ahram Jang

Adrian Negenborn

Peter Chronis

Jessica Vohs

Gabrielle Maye

Julianne Martin

Marsha Wippenbeck

Janet Steele

Gabrielle Maye

Catherine LeComte

Harry Yu

Andy Osborne

 Liliana Marquez

Sharrel Meeker

Jacquelyn Fitzhugh

Jill Anne Winitzer

John Storrow

Allen Esser

Caroline Barnes

Bernie Toale

Amy Emmert

Heejin Gregory

The 2022 Brookline Open Studios & Marketplace Steering Committee includes Caroline Bowden, Amy Emmert, Madeline Fine, Lexi Fee, Celine Gomes, Karen Flannery, Gillian Jackson, Maryellen Moran, Peg O’Connell, Jessica O’Hearn, and Caren Zane.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brookline Commission for the Arts, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. This program is also supported by the Brookline Music School.