Lead Instructor Leslie MacWeeney with a giant puppet head

Tell Your Story!
Many students enjoy making and performing with giant puppets, so we are offering this program again in 2018.
You can choose to create a realistic puppet of your own superhero or a puppet from your own fantastic imagination; choose fact or fiction.

Gingerbread Houses!

Interested in building a beautiful and delicious house to decorate your holiday table with? Join us as we bake and ice our way to the construction of a veritable village of houses.

Phone number is 617-733-2170.



Living Art Presents Another Year of Tree Decorating

Hand made ornaments crafted by Adults and Youngsters, this year they are Birds &

The classes take place in the Fields Corner Library. The library welcomes increasing numbers of community members who want contribute to bringing the community together for this event—in its fifth year at this location!

The Firemen hang the ornaments up, the Mayor lights the tree & we have a party!


We invite you to the Fields Corner stop of the Mayor’s Enchanted Trolley Tour on Saturday, November 25th, at 6pm!

The following organizations are pleased to offer a kickoff to the holiday season
with Mayor Marty Walsh! Living Art, All Dorchester Sports & Leadership, Fields Corner CDC, Freeport/Adams Civic Association, Fields Corner Civic Association, the City of Boston, and many more.

6:00, Kick off with music by Isabella from Churrascaria Vulcao

6:20, Marty Walsh leads us in lighting the tree

6:45, Sing along to holiday music with special guests. Many thanks to Blarney Stone for donating hot chocolate, Home.stead bakery & cafe for donating cookies and Dutch Maid Bakery Inc for donating brownies!

This event also corresponds with Small Business Saturday so please visit our local shops and restaurants before and after the lighting! We will have special shop local tote bags for those who stop by and our own special newly printed Fields Corner Dining Guide to help you select the perfect spot to grab a bite in Fields Corner. Fields Corner runs on small business with over 35 places to dine and countless services across Dot Ave, help our district thrive this holiday season!

Bringing our doors into the Dudley library – Summer 2015

First year of Opening Doors; A New Understanding

Teens and young adults in Boston paint full size portraits of police officers, firemen, EMTs and veterans using doors instead of canvasses. Painting a portrait of another person encourages the artist to project his or her own experiences on to the subject of the painting. While creating a character with paint, the artist’s imagination expands. Skill clashes with ambition and time constraints, so Living Art students gain a fresh perspective on life and work.

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