Yes, A.R.T. is back, with actual live, in-person programming starting in August
An interview, an author, and 500 local innovations
About "On Cinema at the Cinema," Hollywood in 2021, and how one reflects the other.
How is Boston’s arts community honoring the commitments it made when signing a letter demanding racial equity last year?
“This show is about the idea of transforming … Moving from paintings to coming off the walls, standing in the gallery sculpturally, to being in the world.”
With Boston’s major moment extended through July, a longer look at the impact of an iconic exhibition
"Time and again, Nomadland shows its preference for 'reality' as a stylistic posture over depicting the actual experience of being poor in America."
“I knew I wanted to make a show that really reflected what my corner of Boston and Jamaica Plain looks like.”
The first Boston CIC Festival brings an open-air marketplace to Roxbury plus virtual panels.
“The ethos is very much come as you are, because that is the best you can give to this world."