The Punto Urban Art Museum is a mission-driven social justice art program created by North Shore CDC, a community development non-profit founded in the neighborhood in 1978.

We believe public art can be a tool to help integrate neighborhoods and create more resilient communities. North Shore CDC created the Punto Urban Art Museum. This is a mission-driven art program with the goal of breaking down invisible socio-economic barriers.

The open air museum contains 75 Large scale murals featuring 40 global and 25 New England-based artists. We offer educational tours on social justice, equity and segregated neighborhoods; however, our tours are currently on hold due to COVID-19.

Visit the museum from home on our free app for iPhones.