Flywheel, a collectively run, not-for-profit space, aims to build community and give artists of all types the opportunity to craft, practice, and perform their work in an environment where creativity is valued over profit.
A nonprofit literary magazine founded in 1959 at UMass. The Massachusetts Review is a quarterly journal, publishing the best in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, art, and poetry, and sponsors readings and events throughout the Five Colleges.
The Amherst Town Committee for International Students serves as a link between the international students and the community with three principal programs: Round the World Women, the Hospitalilty Program, and the Welcome Reception for International Students.
The Center for Design Engagement is a non-profit community art and design resource center dedicated to providing progressive design, innovative public art and civic engagement services in Western Massachusetts—particularly in underrepresented communities.
An organization providing youth a safe supervised environment with educational and recreational activities to promote health, development, leadership and community regardless of income, race or religion.