Indiart team is please to have Dr. Java Joshi as one of our art ambassadors!
For Java "God is the creator and when an artist creates something he is as close to god as one can be… so to me “Art is your direct link to God.”
Thank you Java for being part of Indiart!
Little Angels from our Academy also shining on TV Asia coverage of wedding expo...Read More
India New England News hosted a wedding expo to kick off the 2015 wedding season at Burlington Marriott on Sunday, March 22nd. Little kids and teens from the Academy of Creative Arts were given an opportunity to perform an act that was choreographed to demonstrate different celebrations during a wedding.Read More
BURLINGTON, MA--The Academy of Creative Arts and Chhandika, Chhandam Institute of Kathak Dance announced new Kathak dance classes for children and adults in Burlington, MA.
The two community-focused arts organizations are striving to bring high quality performing arts education to the next generation of students....more
BURLINGTON, MA—Approximately 380 people attended the open house at the newly expanded 4,000-square-foot location of the Academy of Creative Arts in Burlington, MA. The Academy recently relocated to 217 Middlesex Turnpike to achieve its vision of offering multiple forms of creative and performing arts under one roof.Read More
Bright colors. Beautiful faces. Vast landscapes. Predators. Cartoon and movie characters. Wild animals and plants of all kind. How you say? All created from incredible imaginations!
Art is an open and free mind at work. Art is another world on a canvas. One of Lexington’s most talented artists thinks this way: Dr. Java Joshi. Dr. Joshi has shared this love for art directly with her students, and it was clearly demonstrated at their art show, held at the Academy of Creative Arts, in Burlington, MA, on Sunday June 22, 2014. “I encourage you to work hard and follow your dreams. I am so proud of you all!”, Joshi said to her students after the art show.
Academy of Creative Arts partnered with Keys for Kids to help raise funds for Friends of Lexington Music, Art, and Drama Students, Inc. (FOLMADS), a non-profit organization created to foster and promote excellence in the fine and performing arts programs in the Lexington Public Schools.Read More
Colonial Times - March 11, 2014
Many Lexington residents may recognize Dr. Java Joshi (and her stunning artwork) from the numerous Lexington arts events that she has participated in over the years from her successful exhibit at the Cary Memorial Library to Lexington Open Studios where she has served on the organizing committee and as an exhibitor.Read More
Dr. Java Joshi and Hetal Joshi announced the opening of Academy of Creative Arts on Sunday in Burlington, MA. The studio and academy, which is located at 128 Wheeler Road in Burlington, will serve as a school of arts, where various different forms of creative and performing arts will be taught under one roof.Read More
Issue Date: February 2014, Posted On: 2/13/2014
Art Studio and Academy of Creative Arts Open in Burlington, MA
BURLINGTON, MA-- Dr. Java Joshi's Creative Arts Studio and Academy of Creative Arts opened on Sunday in Burlington, MA, with about 300 people attending the event throughout the day, organizers of the event said. The studio and academy is founded by the husband and wife team of Dr. Java Joshi and Hetal Joshi.Read More
BURLINGTON, MA-- Dr. Java Joshi's Creative Arts Studio is scheduled to open this weekend in Burlington, MA. The founders of the studio also plan to announce the opening of the Academy of Creative Arts.
The husband and wife team of Dr. Java Joshi and Hetal Joshi, the founders of the Academy of Creative Arts, said the Academy of Creative Arts will serve as a school of arts, where various different forms of creative and performing arts will be taught under one roof.Read More
Recognized at Women of the year in 2013 for contribution in Art.
Name: Java Joshi
Hometown: Lexington, Mass.Read More
Nirmala Garimella 07/11/2012
Give us some background on your family – where you come from, interest in theater and the arts ? Were you always interested in painting ?Read More
Java Joshi's Interview on ETV - IndiaRead More
On May 21st and 22nd Lexington Council of Arts conducted “Lexington Open Studios 2011” – An event that attracted over 60 artists to showcase their talent be it painting, jewelry, fabric or ceramics. Returning back to her passion of fine arts after taking a break for the family and raising two beautiful children, Dr. Java Joshi was the only artist of Indian origin that showcased her work during this much anticipated event.Read More