Artists For Humanity (AFH) provides under-resourced teens the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design.
AFH is built on the philosophy that engagement in the creative process is a powerful force for social change, and that creative entrepreneurship is a productive and life-changing opportunity for young people.
Bridging economic, racial and social divisions, AFH enriches urban communities by introducing young people's creativity to the business community.
BIG Summer Show!
You're invited to an AFH signature celebration—our BIG Summer Show on August 18th from 4-8pm—bring your family, friends, and colleagues to this not-to-be-missed community event!
Open Studio has moved to last Tuesdays! Join us for our next edition on Sept 27 from 5-7pm—featuring multi-media artist Jason Talbot—AFH Co-Founder and Director of Fine Art Entrepreneurship. We hope to see you there!
AFH Alum Sumeya Ali speaks about her journey to becoming a full-time creator in Boston and how she continues the legacy of AFH by furthering communication in the “visual language” of art—in our new edition of "AFH Alumni Stories: Where are they now?"
At Artists For Humanity, teen artists and designers collaborate on innovative projects commissioned by clients. AFH teens sit at the table with industry professionals from Boston’s business community. Their opinions are valued, they are treated as colleagues, and looked to as experts.
Artistic experience not required, but a passion for learning is!
We work with creative and imaginative young people to provide art and design services for businesses and the community. With multi-media capacity offered via six creative studios and pioneering social impact driven by our mission, we offer real opportunities for partnership.
As in any creative studio, AFH engages the design process. What’s different? The fresh, boundless thinking and the new vision of young people from Boston! We leverage this amazing and renewable asset, the mixed-media skill set of our professional team of mentors, and our pioneering social impact model to offer you a potent blend of creativity, quality, and equity!
If you have an art or design need, make the difference and build equity in the process. Do differently. Hire us!
The AFH EpiCenter—named Boston magazine’s Best of Boston® 2018, Best Industrial Venue—offers a dynamic and creative space for all types of events.
Our award-winning EpiCenter was the first in Boston to achieve LEED Platinum certification or the highest designation for energy sustainable buildings. We offer an environmentally friendly and uniquely innovative space for special events.
From meetings for 40 to cocktail receptions for 800, the EpiCenter is a blank canvas that can be transformed to realize your vision. Common events become extraordinary events when produced in an uncommon setting. On your event day, the EpiCenter event space becomes “yours for the day.”
Make your next event memorable and impactful by hosting your event at the Artists For Humanity EpiCenter!