ArcWorks Art Center
ArcWorks is an inclusive art center, serving artists and viewers of all talents, skills, interests and backgrounds. The center, located at 22 Foster St. in Peabody, Massachusetts, is the home to Shine Jewelry, Steps to Create, The Caning Company, and Peabody’s Black Box Theater.
Shine Jewelry is a bold line of one-of-a-kind jewelry handcrafted by artists with disabilities. It is available for sale at parcels and a number of other retailers on the North Shore. Click here to learn more about where to find Shine products.
Steps to Create
A program for those with an interest in pursuing a career in the arts. Classes/trainings are offered daily: painting, craft and artisan product design, some jewelry design/production, pottery, improvisation, and dance. Artists in this program have been featured in a number of galleries, exhibits, and local stores. Participants regularly engage in community art focused opportunities. Request information about Steps to Create.
The Caning Company
For more than fifty years, The Caning Company of Northeast Arc has provided chair-weaving services to the general public, antique dealers and commercial businesses all over New England. The staff and workers are experts in all types of weaving, including hand cane, pressed cane, fiber rush and porch weave. Learn more and contact The Caning Company team.
Peabody's Black Box Theater
Founded by Northeast Arc in partnership with the City of Peabody, area businesses and cultural organizations, Peabody’s Black Box serves as an anchor of Peabody’s downtown cultural district. The James Family Stage in the Black Box provides state-of-the-art space for theater, comedy, dance, film, music, poetry and other performances. Check out upcoming events and learn how you can rent the Black Box.