AFH’s EpiCenter is host to one of the largest collection of youth-created works anywhere, and we organize over 50 exhibitions annually at corporate sites such as State Street, Federal Reserve, Weber Shandwick, Ipsen Bioscience, Patriot Place, and Nellie Mae Education Foundation.

 

We also have vast experience in the design, creation, project management and installation of large scale and complex public art projects and installations. Recent examples such as Bank of America, Logan International Airport, Mary Baker Eddy Library and State Street introduce thousands of viewers to one-of-a-kind, meaningful and professional artworks by urban teens.

 

AFH’s Exhibitions Services bring the urban youth voice to neighborhood centers like the Whittier Street Health Center and the Edward L. Cooper, Sr. Garden and Education Center; galleries like Gallery 63 and the Neilsen Gallery; and to world premier museums such as the Museum of Fine Art, the Senate Palace at the Luxembourg Gardens and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American Culture and History.

 

Client/Gallery 63

AFH’s exhibition team can design, curate, and install works of art to integrate beautifully with your interiors and create an inviting space. We draw from our extensive collection of youth-created art when curating customized exhibitions. We work closely with individuals and businesses to identify artwork that complements their vision and physical space.

Leasing a collection of AFH art is an affordable way to transform your space. AFH’s curatorial team will help you design an exhibit that matches your aesthetic, your space and your budget. We offer 6-month or 1-year leasing with an optional REFRESH service that includes the flexibility to replace your exhibit with new works of art at the end of each lease cycle.

 

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Choose from our extensive Fine Art collection to find the perfect art for your home or business. Browse our online gallery or work with our team of curators; we would be happy to guide you through our collection. Contact an AFH

curator now!

 

By purchasing art from AFH, you will be supporting the artist and paid employment for Boston teens as up to 50% of the purchase goes directly to

the artist and the remainder to AFH's creative employment program.

A popular feature of AFH’s exhibition services is the flexibility to commission tailored projects. Our team has helped clients such as National Grid, Ipsen Bioscience and many individuals add custom pieces to their collections. We facilitate the design process with our fine art studios and install the completed works. AFH’s teen artists are very deft at capturing your vision and aesthetic. Commission your own customized work today.

 

Painting         Photography        Graphic        Design       3D Products & Design

Client/Long Wharf Real Estate Partners

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Fine Art Rental                      Fine Art Purchase                         Commission

 

Client/Logan Airport International

Client/Sun Life Financial Art Lease

Client/Ipsen Bioscience

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This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Mass Cultural Council, and administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.​

Funded in part by Boston Public Schools (BPS) Arts Expansion, a multi-year effort focusing on access, equity and quality arts learning for BPS students. The BPS Arts Expansion Fund, managed by EdVestors, is supported by the Barr Foundation, The Boston Foundation, Katie and Paul Buttenwieser, The Klarman Family Foundation, Linde Family Foundation, and other individuals. BPS Arts Expansion is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.​

Artists For Humanity is supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act from the National Endowment for the Arts.​