Dot Art Celebrates 20 years!

In 2018 Dot Art will celebrate our 20th year as an official 501c3 registered not for profit organization! We are proud of all the programs and endeavors that have taken place over these past twenty years which have brought together thousands of participants, young and old from Dorchester and the surrounding neighborhood.

  • 100 Dorchester Portraits; Lifesize Self-Portraits for the Dorchester District Courthouse, 1999
  • The Paul R. McLaughlin Mural Project for the Suffolk County DA's Office Gang Unit, 2000
  • First Night Opera Puppets for The Cloud Foundation, 2002
  • Face to Face; Portraits of Veterans Project for the Joyner Center at UMass Boston 2004
  • People On The Ave with dozens of Dorchester Avenue Businesses 2004
  • Giant Fish Sculpture Project with The New England Aquarium in 2005
  • The Courthouse Mural Project 2006
  • Blooming Arts with The Hunt Foundation, 2007
  • Dot Art's Clay Station Ceramics Studio on Dorchester Ave, 2005 - 2010
  • Shakespeare is Alive and Well and Living in Dorchester, 2008 - 2010
  • The Langston Hughes Blackbird Project with Boston City Singers, 2012
  • Painting For Peace - A Banner Project in Honor of Martin Richard, 2013 - present
  • The UMass Boston Harborwalk Sculpture, 2014
  • The Boston Public School Partnership Program, 2002 - present
  • Dozens of School Vacation Week programs, 1999 - present
  • Many Summer Vacation Classes for kids age 3 and up, 1999 to present
  • Saturday Studios at Little House, 2014 - present
  • Painting for Gratitude - A Banner Painting Project with The Martin Richard Foundation, 2017
  • Countless Community Festivals and events such as the Dorchester Day Parade, The Viet Aide Harvest Festival,The Dorchester Beach Festivals, The Dorchester Little League Kickoff, The Ronan Park Kite Festival, The Dorchester Car Show, The Peabody Square and Bowdoin Street Farmers' Markets, The Mayor's Holiday Tree Lightings