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The Poet Laureate program, established in 2008, was started to highlight literary arts and promote...
This month’s shows include an exhibit from Patricia Thaxton and "Animals in City...
The memorial project honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King has...
Through the Opportunity Fund, artists and educators are provided grants of up to $1,000 for...
Kara Elliott-Ortega, Director of Planning and Policy at the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture...
The grant is one of 60 awards totaling $4.1 million supporting projects across the nation through...
The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, June 8, 2018, by 12 p.m. EST.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced several...
At the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, we’re excited for what the capital plan will...
 The deadline to submit proposals is June 4, 2018.
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Apr 12

Investing in the success of artists

For the second year in a row, the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture has partnered with...
The mural features a diverse group of young people taking part in a variety of activities,...
April kicks off a season full of outdoor arts and culture events that bring together people...
Several exhibits featuring female artists are on display in honor of Women’s History...
The first few months of a new year are always exciting because they’re jam-packed with...
Through the Opportunity Fund, artists and educators are provided grants of up to $1,000 for...
While our beloved New England Patriots might not have prevailed last weekend, we can rest assured...
The City of Boston contributed $300,000 in funding and Mass Cultural Council contributed over $170,...
The new year is upon us, and with that comes a heightened desire for change.
Three arts groups have received a year of free rehearsal space at Mass Eye and Ear's Starr...
Seven artists have been selected for the third year of ...
The quilts vary in size, and many feature festive colors and holiday designs.
The public art piece, "May This Never End," has found a new home in Allston.
These public art projects celebrate the beauty of the neighborhood, local heroes, and current...
Hinçman is a sculptor and educator living in Jamaica Plain.
The use of art as a means to enact social change and spur creative problem-solving is nothing new...
The public art project is part of Boston's new Percent for Art program.
During the first pilot round, the City awarded more than 90 grants to applicants, totaling $100,000.
Last week was a momentous step for Boston Creates and the City’s arts community, as the...

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