We are excited to announce the creation of the Midway Lab, a new production and performance space at Midway Artist Studios.

The new space has been developed to be versatile and multi-purpose to further expand the arts and cultural mission on the ground floor. It will support the development of visual and sound experiences, performance, rehearsal, multimedia art, video projection mapping, filmmaking, cinema, screenings, fabrication, large-scale art assembly, education and training in drama. 

Available for flexible one-off arts-related purposes, as well as long-term regular use.

If you are interested in considering using the space please contact the Lab below and more info will be coming your way.

The space is currently functional but it is still in progress. There is additional work that will be happening in the coming weeks and months.


The space has loading door access to Medallion Avenue, exposed beams, brick walls, high ceilings.


About Midway Artist Studios

Midway Artist Studios provides artists at all stages of their career a place to live and work in Boston. It aspires to support artists on all levels from providing affordable studios, to encouraging the flow of ideas and skills between disciplines and generations.

Through the proximity of artists practicing diverse disciplines, new collaborations, learning, ideas, and opportunities can be generated. Midway is where performers, filmmakers, musicians, painters, writers, sculptors, photographers, poets, ceramicists, jewelers, illustrators, dancers and many others, can practice.

With over 200,000 sq ft of artist space, Midway is the largest artist building in the greater Boston area. 89 studios of Artist Work-Live Housing with a ground floor of arts amenities, commercial and cultural space.

In 2014, the artists organized to purchase this building, creating a permanent not-for-profit, artist-controlled building, and laying the foundation of a cultural institution for both current artists and generations to come.

Midway Artist Studios, with 89 live-work studios, is unique as both the only remaining artist rental building in Fort Point, and the largest artist building in the greater Boston area.

Design, Cultural & Arts entities that already call Midway their home include:

MASSCreative, Mobius, FPAC, The Arts & Business Council, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Mass Poetry, Stage Source, OWLL: On With Living and Learning, The Film Posse, Cinematics, Thompson Films, Gauntlet Studios, The Fort Point Theatre Channel, Elevin Photography, BEAUPIX Studio, Joel Benjamin Photography, Studio Troika, Stoltze Design, Avila Design, Thompson Design Group, Boston Photography Workshops, and work-live space for over 100 artists.

Contact Us Regarding The Lab

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MASARY STUDIOS creates one-of-a-kind visual and sound experiences, built from the ground up, featuring original music, performance and video projection mapping. The three principals of MASARY have backgrounds that include degrees in fine art, classical and world music, new music composition, curation and direction, teaching at the university and conservatory levels. Successfully operating in Boston for six years.

MICHAEL CHEKHOV ACTORS STUDIO BOSTON is dedicated to freeing the actor’s talent and highest potential. MCASB training empowers actors and creative individuals to fire their professional development and personal growth. They teach and train Chekhov method in a masters-level program based on objective principles of the creative process. The Meisner Foundation Training is a systematic, one-year acting training in Meisner technique. Other programs include Advanced Training and the Summer Intensives, as well as a range of classes and workshops for actors and artists at all levels of experience.

BLINDELEPHANTS Media Artist and Researcher Jeremy Stewart is a multimedia artist and performer researching the affective potential of distributed media systems through the creation of improvisational performances, artificial intelligence (A.I.) software, and wearable hardware. His work investigates the ways that technology can affect, interact with, and alter an individual’s agency, perception, and autonomy.


10 minute walk from the Red Line.

15 Channel Center St
Boston, MA, 02210
United States