The Tacony LAB Community Art Center
is a program of Mural Arts Philadelphia in partnership with
City Councilmember Mike Driscoll.
It is located in the Tacony neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia.

Created in 2017 by Mural Arts Philadelphia with the support of former Councilman Bobby Henon, the Tacony LAB Community Arts Center brings the neighborhood and the arts together to create a unique hub for learning, creativity, and community engagement in Northeast Philadelphia. The Tacony LAB runs an artist-in-residence program, offers art classes for adults and youth, holds open studio sessions for the public in our well-equipped studio/maker space, and presents arts-focused events free of charge. The Tacony LAB is wheelchair accessible.

Art is for Everyone!

Mural Arts Philadelphia exists to provide transformative experiences,
progressive discourse, and economic stimulus to the City of
Philadelphia through participatory public art that beautifies,
advocacy that inspires, and educational programming and
employment opportunities that empower.

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Free Art Classes

We offer many varieties of art classes, from painting, drawing, sewing, weaving to how to use a Cricut machine or design for a laser cutter.

Open Studio Sessions

Bring a project or start a project! We are open 30+ hours per week for you to come and work in the company of our supportive community and staff.

Saturday Kids Club

Our popular Saturday Kids Club sessions happen three weeks per month with a new project every week with a special one hour Toddlers session. Sign up on Eventbrite!

Resident Artists

The TaconyLAB has hosted a number of resident artists in our space and in partnership with other organizations such as Riverfront North Partnership.