Medicine Wheel Productions offers multiple programs to the Boston community, including:
Public Art Interns
This is a paid employment program for young people ages 14-25 years old. There are two sessions that run during the course of the year: 1) after-school (October-May) and 2) summer time (July-August). Young people are referred to this program through the Department of Youth Services, Boston Youth Fund, and ABCD. We offer all participants job training, case management, and mentorship, in addition to the hands-on art skills they gain.
Youth in Transitions Daniel Morrison Fellows
This is our full-time youth employment program foryouth ages 19-25 who have “aged out of the system”, but are still in need of support and guidance. As MWP staff members, they are exposed to professional development and leadership training opportunities. read more
Cushing House Program
The Cushing House, a program of the Gavin Foundation, is a residential treatment program for youth ages 16-20. Each week, participants visit Medicine Wheel to engage in healing art classes.
Medicine Wheel offers Artist Retreats in New England, Tuscany and Ireland. Read More….
Adult community members are invited to sign up and participate in our professional art classes. Classes range in skill-level and focus and are held here in the Medicine Wheel studio space. Some classes are offered as one-day opportunities and some run for a period of eight weeks. Click here for our Summer and Fall 2018 classes
MWP’s Spoke Gallery is an innovative new program that seeks to act as a hub for artists of all disciplines who want to join the conversation about the role of art in culture. Read more about our latest Spoke Gallery Exhibit and Programming.
These projects are supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events. They are also supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.