The Quincy Art House was an artist collective and intentional living space co-founded by Mariya Deykute, Leo Loginov-Katz, Masha Shugrina and Dmitriy Vanyukov in 2012. A communal living and creative space for artists, the Art House began hosting regular performance and musical celebrations in 2013 with the help of resident Elysia Smith. Day of the Dead, Winter Solstice, International Women's Day, Christmas, Mardi Gras -- the guests at the Quincy Art House read, performed, created, made masks, bonfires and sugar skulls. The aim behind creating this collective was to create and grow an artist family and to welcome artists who just moved to Boston. As such, the Art House was home to Umass Boston poets, Berkelee undergrads, jazz musicians, visual artists and a costume designer. Celebrations were always lengthy, colorful and full of art and light. The sharing of worlds is what the Quincy Art House tried to do -- and for several years, succeeded in doing. See for yourself and if you want to follow some of the artists who performed there, go HERE.