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The new memorial aims to honor the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King.

This multi-year transformative investment funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) aims to grow and sustain arts and cultural organizations that have a clear vision of a creative, equitable, and...

Starting in early March, displaced musicians from the Sound Museum at 155 N. Beacon Street in Brighton will be able to move to a new music rehearsal space at 55 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester, the...

Starting in early March, displaced musicians from the Sound Museum at 155 N. Beacon Street in Brighton will be able to move to a new music rehearsal space at 55 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester, the...

Over the past few months, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture (MOAC) has welcomed several new staff members.

Support artists, makers, and small businesses in Boston while spreading holiday cheer.

ALRIGHT, led by Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola and artist and curator Cierra Peters, is an interactive arts experience and show that engages a conversation around the Black Diaspora and climate change...

The City of Boston commissioned 87 local artists to paint City-owned utility boxes with their original designs as part of the City of Boston’s PaintBox program.

The vacant backlot of the studio property will also become new below market, income-restricted housing.

The City allocated more than $1 million to new murals as part of the third year of the City’s Transformative Public Art Program.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Boston Cultural Council, today announced applications are open for the 2022-2023 Boston Cultural Council grant...

This summer, our intern Sahomi Santana worked with us to gather more information about existing artist spaces in Boston. Read the blog post below to learn more about her experience!

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced the City of Boston has awarded $200,000 in grants to 12 individuals and organizations to support productions at the Strand...

The City of Boston’s Fiscal Year 2022 came to a close at the end of June.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced $500,000 in contracted services has been awarded to 12 individuals and organizations to provide technical assistance...

The mural is expected to be completed by early July.

Four public artworks in Dorchester and Roxbury are being conserved this month.

The Opportunity Fund grants provide support for career development and community arts experiences throughout the city.

Local artists are invited to apply to paint City-owned utility boxes with their original designs.

Boston Artists-in-Residence is a civic partnership between socially-engaged artists and City departments.

April is National Poetry Month, and there are many ways you can celebrate!

The John D. O’Bryant School of Math & Science’s Anjalequa Leynneyah Verona Birkett is Boston’s second Youth Poet Laureate.

Did you know Boston City Hall has four galleries in the building, and that we rotate exhibits every month?

One hundred and ninety-two arts and cultural organizations received grants totaling $3,422,000 as part of the City’s Boston Cultural Council grants and Reopen Creative Boston ARPA funding.

We’re currently hiring for a variety of positions!

Artists, organizers, and cultural workers of all disciplines are invited to participate in a 15-month-long residency with the City of Boston.

2021 was a big year for us in the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture!

Former Boston Artist-in-Residence Erin Genia officially ended her residency in partnership with the Office of Emergency Management several months ago, but her work has continued.

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