This year, Boston magazine is bringing Taste 2020 to you! Purchase tickets on Boston.com and take advantage of over 80 dining and takeout offers experience between November 16 and the end of the year with the Taste Passport program And tune in on Boston.com for nightly virtual events with chefs and journalists.
Ticket proceeds benefit Mass Restaurants United, a coalition of Massachusetts restaurant professionals advocating for the hospitality industry and planning solutions to survive, re...
“Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” charts how Jean-Michel Basquiat and his community of artists took street art into the fine art world, paving a path for artists of color for generations to come.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts presents paintings, sculpture, drawings, video, music, and fashion by Basquiat and by his contemporaries—including A-One, Fab 5 Freddy, Keith Haring, Lady Pink, Rammellzee, and Toxic. Discover how these artists confronted issues of racism, ide...
The Arlington Film Festival offers a unique opportunity for cross-cultural education by promoting understanding of the many cultures represented in New England and beyond. This year, the film festival will be hosted entirely online! Your pass gives you access to over 130 feature-length and short films from all around the world.
November 5-15, 2020
World-renowned naturalist David Attenborough has released a new film, “Life on Our Planet” which he calls his “witness statement” for the environment. The film traces his 60-year career and some of the biggest challenges facing life on our planet, providing a snapshot of global nature loss in a single lifetime. With it comes a powerful message of hope for future generations as Attenborough reveals the solutions to help save our planet from disaster. “Life on Our Planet” Trailer | Netflix
The Dance Complex presents Routes & Roots, two evenings gathering spectacularly talented dancers and choreographers from throughout New England and beyond on one stage. Routes & Roots considers both the geographic and creative journey of the artist and how their own roots have contributed to the routes that their choreography has taken.
Saturday, October 24, 2020 • 7:30 PM 9:00 PM
Trivia Relief was created to support cultural institutions and individuals in the creative community that are suffering as a result of the coronavirus crisis. With a single tax-deductible donation, you support a full spectrum of the arts. Beneficiaries include Artist Relief, The Actors Fund, MusiCares, the Authors League Fund and Jazz Foundation of America.
By celebrating much of what is best in culture, Trivia Relief seeks to highlight what is at risk in the current crisis. It hopes to en...
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, SoWa Boston has launched a new online platform with curated selections of artwork, all available for sale. By collecting art locally, you are not only fostering the career of an artist who has chosen our city as a home to create, you are encouraging small businesses and creatives to engage our community in necessary dialogues.
Visit Construction A R E A to build (or continue to build) an art collection, develop your taste in art, and expand your cultur...
Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month by taking a stroll through Boston's Latin Quarter Art Walk and learning about the history, meaning and significance of the many murals, sculptures, and other public art in the cultural district. The self-guided audio tour begins at Jackson Square MBTA Station and will lead you up Centre Street as you explore eleven different public art pieces, which all reflect the beautiful culture of the neighborhood.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy presents Lantern Stories by artist Yu-Wen. This public art installation of thirty lanterns was created to celebrate Boston Chinatown’s vibrant community, culture and resiliency. Lantern images celebrate culture – art, calligraphy, music and performance, as well as the community’s strong commitment to education, entrepreneurship, and social justice. Visit the lanterns on Boston’s Greenway September 23 - November 15, 2020.