The New Art Center in Newton had a loss of revenue totaling up to $400,000 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Emily O’Neil, the executive director of the center. A recent $75,000 grant split between local organizations and nonprofits has helped the center make up for some of those losses. “I’ve…
Newton Cultural Council (NCC) is now accepting grant applications to fund local arts, science, and humanities projects in the city. “These grants are extremely important because they support the local arts and culture sector in our community,” Paula Gannon, director of Newton cultural development, said. “Every year, the decisions on who to fund are made…
Vampire Weekend, J. Cole, and Dua Lipa all released new music this week.
UPrising’s dance showcase Waves II featured talented groups from Boston College and beyond.
Polar’s cheap attempts to shock and titillate with graphic imagery ultimately fail.
HUBweek returned to City Hall Plaza from October 8-14 and curated a lineup of events relating to this year’s motto of “We the Future”. Shipping containers served as exhibitor spaces, while speaker stages were housed in igloo domes and glass-paneled modules surrounding the main nucleus.
The Boston College arts community harbors great talents in all the conceivable spheres of craft and creation. Though BC is often lauded for its academic credentials, its arts community is truly something to behold in all its many forms. In this thriving community, everyone can find a niche and an environment in which to thrive….
In collaboration with Isenberg Projects and the Zone 3, David Teng Olsen’s newest mural transforms 395 Western Ave. by juxtaposing delicate illustrations with colorful, geometric shapes.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, hopes to make the city a municipal arts leader through the creation of a sustainable cultural plan, an increase in performance and work spaces, and support for a range of arts and cultural traditions that come with the rich diversity of Boston’s population.