The Liz Boston Art Studio's Teen Art Squad is now accepting applicants!

What is the Teen Art Squad?
It is a group of teen artists who meet at Liz Boston Art Studio, and under the guidance of artist Liz Boston, create art for charity, like murals, public art projects, and more for non-profit organizations like schools, churches, and local municipalities.

Who can join?

Any teen can apply, but we do have specific guidelines that must be met. Applications are reviewed and then a decision is made by Liz if you meet our criteria and will be awarded membership into the Art Squad.

What are the specific guidelines for membership?

  • You must be between the ages of 13 and 19 years old. 

  • You must be an artist (we will ask to see your work)

  • You must be willing to have your picture taken and used in social media, flyers, news articles, websites, and video. (You and your parents will need to sign a form stating this.)

  • You must attend the scheduled Art Squad meetings and participate in the projects we are working on. Right now we meet on Wednesdays 3:45pm
    to 5pm.


If you would like to apply, please email Liz at, info(@) send some examples of your work and describe why you want to join! 

If you are accepted into the Teen Art Squad you will need to fill out the two forms below and bring them with you to the meeting.

Meet Our Squad

Follow Us @TeenArtSquad

Have a non-profit looking for art? Contact Liz! 

​Liz Boston Art Studio
200 Wales St.

Suite 401

(Open by appointment only)

Abington, MA 02351






​Liz Boston is a local artist who grew up in Needham, MA and went to the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston. She graduated from their four year studio art program in 2000, with a focus on painting. She has also studied under her mentor, Edwina Caci, a Copley Society portrait painter, for many years. 

Liz is the past president of the Weymouth Art Association, and she organized the mural project behind the Weymouth Tufts Library. She was also a board member of the Quincy Art Association for a few years and maintained their website during that time.

Liz also sat on the board of the Massachusetts Cultural Council for Weymouth for 1 year.

She currently runs the Facebook group "Bostons South Shore Artists" for the professional artist community in the South Shore area to keep everyone up to date with local shows, opportunities, and happenings for artists. Membership is limited to professional artists who live in the Boston area; membership requests are carefully screened. If you would like to request membership to the group, click here:





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