Arts Programming - The Club’s Art programming closed out the school year program with two special events last week. On Tuesday, the Theater Club hosted a group of members, family and staff at their play “Murder at Haynes Manor.”... Read more
Ever been asked to comment on an artwork, and all you gave back is a whole lot of not much? “Whatever” or “I dunno” is about all you can muster.
If the artwork in question happens to be in the current show at the Dorchester Art Project (DAP)... Read more
Tonight's annual event known as the Donna Summer Memorial Roller Disco Party returns to City Hall Plaza with a little word play in its name: “Celebration of Summer III,” hailing both Boston’s highest-grossing recording artist and the hottest of... Read more
The public is invited to attend a free celebration of Juneteenth at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts on Wed., June 15. Various works of art such as graffiti, fashion showcases, and performing artists will be showcased starting at 5 p.m.
A... Read more
This afternoon (Thurs., June 9), and then again on Saturday evening, four young actors including Dot’s Makiya Polk will bring to life the harrowing reality of the youth sex-trafficking crisis around the world and even in our own backyard.... Read more
Although the long-awaited Boston Creates Cultural Plan will be released officially next month, a draft of the founding document was put on line earlier this month, on May 10. Reading it has made me, and others, uneasy.
The goal of... Read more
The biggest news to come out of the April 30 “Greatest Party on Earth” at Southie’s Artists for Humanity (AFH) EpiCenter was that this youth arts and enterprise organization plans to more than triple the size of its Fort Point facility by the end of... Read more
Life’s intricate trials and glorious victories are exhibited in the uplifting JOBE The Musical, opening on Thursday at Hibernian Hall. The performance, presented by CommonHouse Theater and Productions, Inc. and Madison Park Development Corporation, is... Read more
Mayor Walsh’s proposed FY ’17 budget includes a five-year capital plan that outlines some much-needed infrastructure improvements in Dorchester and Mattapan. The plan lays out intentions, not hard and fast promises to deliver funding. But it... Read more
Dorchester spoken-word artist U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo is just one of more than a dozen Massachusetts female artists and ensembles who will gather at Hibernian Hall this Friday and Saturday evening for the Third Annual “We Create! Celebrating Women in the... Read more