The MAC

The Menino Arts Center (MAC), 26 Central Ave., Hyde Park, MA

 

New Gallery Hours

Our new gallery hours are (effective January 2017):
Mondays: By appointment
Wednesdays: By appointment
Thursdays: 10:00 – 2:00
Fridays: 10:00 – 2:00
Closed on Holidays
Call or Email to schedule an appointment:
Phone: 617-364-ARTS (2787)
Email: director@hpaa-mac.org

Welcome to the Menino Arts Center (MAC) in Hyde Park, MA. The MAC is run by the Hyde Park Art Association (HPAA), a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Due to the success and longevity (1988) of HPAA the city of Boston gifted the organization with a permanent home at 26 Central Avenue in Hyde Park. We are on the 2nd floor of the George Robert White Building in Logan Square.  We are literally the “center in the square”.

The Menino Arts Center serves the neighborhood of Hyde Park, greater Boston and its suburban counterparts. With over 4,000 square feet of space, the MAC is home to a large classroom, seven affordable artist work studios, three galleries, a library and resource center, an auditorium and our organization’s home offices.

There’s something here for everyone, at any age. 12 months a year we present art, music, workshops, demonstrations, lectures and special events, at our facility and off site.

Membership gives you discounts for workshops as well as other benefits, choose the level that’s best for you.

Thank you for your tax deductible contribution. Your continued support ensures that we  bring to the public the best in programming and events. To donate go to the donations page

Our Mission:  The mission of the Hyde Park Art Association is to support local artists, make cultural opportunities accessible to families, students, and seniors who may not otherwise have the means to participate; enrich community life, serve as a unifying force in the neighborhood; and help create a more vibrant commercial district.

Executive Committee:
Director: Bridget Simmons Murphy
Assistant Director: Susie Robson
Secretary: Madeline LaFarge
Treasurer: Bill Burnett

Board of Directors:
Pat Alvarez
Sharon Armour
Rob Gallagher
Ann Glora
Varda Halidy
Maureen McCarthy
Boston City Councilor Tim McCarthy
Osmani Rodriguez
Bob Vance

HPAA Advisory Board:
Sharon Armour
Rosemarie ClintonJames Oyedele
Charlot Lucien
Jaswinder Bhath
Laura Mansfield
Ray Dalere
Joseph Colella

Volunteers and Committee Members:
Fundraising and Events:
Financial: William Burnett
Programming:

Director: Janice Kenney

Curator:

 

  This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a municipal agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Funding made possible by a grant from