Malden Arts Mondays is here for the Summer!
Malden Arts Mondays will provide Malden residents (particularly families, young children and tweens/teens) with fun activities that help them get to know Malden’s cultural history and contributions, and bring out the creative in all of us.
Malden has an amazing rich and diverse cultural history. Curious?
Every Monday in July and August, Malden Arts will post a family activity on our website and Facebook/Instagram pages that will help us all explore our city through the lens of art, literature, music, architecture and history. We are excited to present this series, and hope you will join in and post and share what you learn and enjoy.
More information here
A collaboration with Malden Reads, the Malden Public Library and The Malden Historical Society.
DIY Face Mask you can make with no sewing!
Frank Stella Mural, Rt 60 and Holden Street
Spirit in the Sky Mural, Exchange Street and Washington Street
We are so appreciative of the entire community for helping make this dream a reality. A special thank you goes out to the ARTLine’s VIP donors John Preotle, Jadeanne Sica, David Camell, Neal Anderson, and Craig Spadafora, as well as donors Debbie DeMaria, Ryan O’Malley, and the David A. DeMaria Foundation for their support of the Ed Emberley Mural which got this all started!
Malden Arts is tremendously grateful to the Mayor's Office, Malden City Council, the Malden Redevlopment Authority, and Groundwork Somerville for their generous collaboration on the ARTLine
Little Free Libraries are Here!
Would you like a chance to have your art
on display for a large public viewing?
Let your imagination take you away on an art adventure
and design a switch box.
click here to download an application