Classes in Crafts & Fine Arts for All Ages

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Register Online. But first… check individual class pages to make sure your class is not full. All updated schedule changes are also included.

We also add classes outside of our printed catalog. Browse to find out more.


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What's New?

New Classes and
Old Favorites

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New classes and workshops in woodworking, fashion, fibers, books and art. Plus Tinkering for kids, Home Repair and Window Repair for adults.

Pardon Our Space

From Sept 2–18, our wood shop floor is under construction, and access to our office is limited. If you need to see us in person, please call or email to find out when we can let you in. Donate now to contribute towards this and other building improvements. Your generosity helps make our building better.

We're on TV!

Watch Chronicle on Ch 5/WCBV Friday, Sept 5 at 7:30pm. Fall Preview includes our upcoming Yarn Bombing! event.

Bring Art & Woodworking to Your School

Bring great classes to your child's school: art, woodworking, comics, fiber arts. Contact us to find out more.

School Partnership Faculty Orientation

Wednesday, Sept 3, 9:30am–4:30pm upstairs at the Eliot School. Contact Program Coordinator Alison Croney for details.

About the Eliot School

The Eliot School inspires lifelong learning in craftsmanship and creativity for all.

We offer classes and workshops in woodworking, sewing and fiber arts, painting, drawing, photography and other crafts. Our School Partnership Program sends teachers to classrooms throughout the city, and we teach both adults and children at our schoolhouse in the heart of Boston. Children's art classes take place after school, on weekends, and in our Summer Program for Children.

Founded in 1676 as a grammar school, we turned our focus in the late 19th century to the manual arts. We are known today for our excellent faculty, welcoming atmosphere, small class size, and the charm of our historic site.

Located in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, we are easily accessible by car and by T, with plenty of public parking nearby.

Art & Woodworking in Our Public Schools

Our art and woodworking classes reach over 1,200 children in Boston’s public schools, public housing and community centers. Add your school or find out more.

Roslindale Arts Initiative

We’re working with teachers, principals and parents to build great art education for all public school students in one Boston neighborhood. Read about it in the JP Gazette, and see photos from last year’s Roslindale Open Studios exhibition.

The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts
24 Eliot Street, PO Box 300351 • Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617.524.3313 •