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Supporting individual artists is at the heart of everything we do in the Mayor’s Office of Arts and...

Artists have been selected for three long-term public art projects funded by the City of Boston's...

This initiative is a collaboration between the City of Boston, The Boston Foundation, and the Barr...

2020 was an extremely difficult year for Boston’s arts community as we faced significant setbacks...

This letter to the community was written by the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture and the Boston...

A cohort of 16 BIPOC artists and collectives make up the pilot year of the three-year regranting...

Boston’s artists and creative businesses have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic this year, and...

This series was made possible in part by the Academy of American Poets, with funds from the Andrew W...

This year, Victor Yang has been working with the Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative...

Update: The deadline to apply for Boston Cultural Council organizational grants has been extended to...

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the arts and culture sector, particularly performing arts...

The Mural Crew employed nearly triple the amount of youth for their ordinary summer program, with 27...

The budget for this project is $300,000 and funded by the City of Boston's Percent for Art program.

The City of Boston is seeking an artist or artist team to create a permanent public artwork for the...

These funds support innovative arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences programming.

Destiny Palmer’s project at BCYF Vine Street is the second public art project at the center.

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...