The Arlington Center for the Arts is a vibrant community arts center and a cornerstone for the creative community.
20 Academy Street Arlington, MA 02474
Paint-your-own pottery for children and adults; all materials provided. Finished pieces fired on site.
183 Mass Ave
Sewing classes for all ages and abilities. 785 Massachusetts Avenue
785 Mass Ave
A place of art, objects, contemplation, resourcefulness, and tea. A non-traditional gallery space for individual and group interaction with art and culture. Open hours listed on the website for drop-in, coupled with creative gallery events, and individual use arrangements of the space. Traditional Chinese tea and unique coffee drinks available.
189 Mass Ave
For adults: classes in music, art, crafts, photography, writing, literature, languages and more. For children and teens: TeenZone for middle-school students; vacation and summer programs; SummerFun has 100+ programs for grades 1-9.At Arlington High School, 869 Massachusetts Avenue, and other locations
869 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington MA
Group and private lessons for children and teens of all levels and abilities.
6 Alton Street
Group classes in partner dancing for adults of all abilities: tango, swing, waltz, salsa, foxtrot, and more. Sunday dance parties in a café-like atmosphere. Private lessons. Children’s Latin Dance workshop for students, K-3.
630 Mass Ave (First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church)
Classes for children 2 years and up: Young Dancers, Combo Dance, and Classic Dance. B-baby teaches 3yrs+ the fundamentals of break dance and tumbling. Hip-hop classes for boys. Summer and school vacation camps.
Classes structured for children’s ages and interests: creative movement, ballet, Irish step, tap, hip-hop, jazz, and more. Plus a Competition class for dedicated dancers looking for performance experience. For adults: jazz, modern, and tap plus cardio-intensive fitness classes.
86 Warren Street
Irish dance for children and adults. Traditional, non-competitive Irish step dance, sean-nós (old style) dance, and social dance.
74 Pleasant St (St. Johns) & 7 Medford St (Regent Theater Underground)
Classical ballet training for ages 3 to adult. All students learn the fundamentals of ballet; extensive training available for those aspiring to be a professional dancer. Plus classes designed especially for adults.
300 Mass Ave
Janica Piano Studio offers weekly individual piano lessons for beginning through advanced students, 5 years to adult. Our music program develops students͛ musical appreciation, playing, self-confidence, thinking skills, memory, concentration, and stage performance abilities.
9 Palmer Street
Jess West offers a ‘student-centric’ approach to music lessons that is ideal not only for young beginners but also for students of any age. Students choose songs they enjoy with Jess’ guidance, explore musical notation, build a working musical vocabulary, and write and create music of our own.
85 Warren Street
Take lessons, workshops, or masterclasses, then join fellow musicians in one of the studio͛s 20 music ensembles. Lessons for all ages and levels in voice, piano, guitar, bass, drums, trombone, trumpet, sax, clarinet, flute, and more. 13A Medford St #6 (Regent Theatre building)
13A Medford Street #6 (Regent Theatre Building)
Sixteen sound-isolated music rehearsal studios can be rented by the month.
339 Mass Ave
Torch Light Music School specializes in Voice Lessons, Recordings and Stage Performance coaching for ages 8 to adult. Our music lessons provide our students an advanced level of music education tailored to their level while building confidence and self-esteem. Also offers high quality Drum Lessons on Fridays for students aged 8 to adult of all levels of experience.
11-A Medford Street
Wood and Strings offers individual lessons in band and orchestral instruments, voice, piano, and guitar for beginning through advanced students. Studio staff are trained and experienced music teachers who are accomplished musicians in their respective fields. 493 Massachusetts Avenue
493 MASS AVE Arlington, MA
ACMI provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington community. Its public affairs programs cover the town’s governance, schools, politics, and issues of the day. AMCI regularly presents workshops that equip teens and adults to learn production skills, join a crew, and make their own TV shows.
85 Park Ave