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The funding for this new grant program was made available by the City of Boston's allocated CARES...

The Boston Art Commission called for a process to re-contextualize the statue in a new setting.

Memorials long known to be symbols that promote white supremacy are being challenged and removed...

Our Town applications require two primary partners, a nonprofit organization and a government entity...

The City looked for artworks that responded to COVID-19 and provided creative approaches to public...

We stand in support of our black communities, in support of justice, and in support of anti-racist...

The $1.2 million award from the Surdna Foundation will support Boston-connected artists of color...

With nearly 1,000 applications already received, we’ve decided to close applications on May 15 and...

The City is looking for artworks that respond to COVID-19 and provide creative approaches to public...

Every year on One Boston Day (April 15), the City of Boston comes together to celebrate resiliency...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced five artists have...

The letter below from Mayor Walsh went out to the City of Boston's arts and culture community.

The Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture is receiving many questions from arts and culture...

We talked to one of the newest members of the Boston Art Commission, Robert Freeman, about his...

In the third year of the Opportunity Fund, we have already funded opportunities and experiences for...

Bobadilla is a 17-year-old student at Fenway High School.

Since the creation of the Boston AIR program in 2017, the City has had a total of 20 artists-in...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture announced that applications are now...

These three projects are funded through the City of Boston's Percent for Art program, which...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture today announced five local artists...

We’re looking for a leader who can guide our multigenerational and multiethnic team at the Mayor's...

This piece will be one of five Percent for Art-funded projects currently underway in the...

Boston's Youth Poet Laureate will create a unique artistic legacy through public readings and civic...

It’s not often that you hear of a piece of permanent public art moving, and this fall the City of...

We’re looking for artists or artist teams to create permanent public artworks to complement a new...

This post about the One Boston Resilience Project was written by Mayor Walsh.

Mayor Walsh celebrates reconstruction of North Square, featuring new permanent public artwork and...

The Shout Syndicate has awarded $200,000 to 10 Greater Boston nonprofit arts organizations that...

We would like you to know about some changes to our grantmaking process beginning in September.