Throughout our history, Artists For Humanity has been a Maker Space, providing opportunities
for professional and emerging artists to mentor teens in painting, digital media, photography, and 3D design while providing high-tech equipment for personal projects during non-Studio hours. Today, as we expand our EpiCenter, AFH will build on this spirit of creation, innovation, and inclusion by expanding our Maker Studios and opening them to the greater community.


AFH’s expanded Maker Studios will welcome all – from the start-up entrepreneur who needs the
resources to develop a prototype, to the tinkerer who has moved from the suburbs to the city and
lost her basement shop, to the recent art-school graduate who wants to stay in Boston to develop
his craft, to the neighbor who is taking up a new hobby. We invite you to join in our community and cannot wait to see what innovative and creative projects come from our collaborations!