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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...
The mural is a depiction of several City rooftops and a sunrise, with a painting of that same scene...
Boston City employees and immediate family members were invited to display their artwork at Boston...
The pilot program invests a total of $50,000 in the advancement of five individual artists.
This is the third round of the Boston Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program. The...
Last week marked the release of two landmark studies about the arts, both confirming the arts and...
The exhibition features original, contemporary works of art created by Bostonians.
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Sep 15

Celebrate Boston AIR 2.0

In 2015, we launched Boston’s first...
Applications open on September 1, and will be accepted through October 16.
A series of new artwork is now on display at Boston City Hall, including four new art exhibitions...
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Jun 28

Year one: milestones and progress

Just over a year ago, Mayor Walsh launched the Boston Creates Cultural plan, a ten-year plan to...
Key accomplishes include the launch of the Percent for Art Program and a renewed focus on local...
The photo exhibit, "The Faces of Syrian Refugees," is located in the third floor...
The photo exhibit on the 3rd floor lobby this June is called "The Faces of Syrian Refugees...
The pilot program invests a total of $50,000 in the advancement of five artists.
The poems are located in Back Bay, Copley, Dorchester, Downtown Crossing, Jamaica Plain,...
"Now You See: A Celebration of Courageous Kids" is now on display in the Mayor's...
The public art project is the first call for artists under the Percent for Art Program. 
The new members include Hanah Fadrigalan, Marie Fukuda, Ana Guigui, Pat McSweeney, Ahn Nguyen,...
HEROIC ENCOUNTERS: Artists Respond to Boston City Hall explores the form and design of the...

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