Now, the New England School of Photography is shutting its doors for good, just a little over two years after it moved its operation from downtown Boston to Waltham. “If you were trying to become a full-time photojournalist, this is one more obstacle."
Reflections on a new grassroots political movement in formation
Another Cambridge arts institution is being pushed out of its longtime home by a greedy landlord. And once again, local artists are mobilizing to “discuss and organize for meaningful political action to support the arts” in that city—as the Facebook ...
Residents vent on issues related to arts, artists, and artisans
From experimental hop remixes to creative cans, it’s great to have Collective Arts in Boston
Pioneering Somerville artist live/work co-op celebrates 30th anniversary
“They [Northeastern] gave us no opportunity for discussion or response to their views,” West said. “It’s like a hammer that came down on us unexpectedly and out of the blue with no opportunity to respond to it.”
Inclusivity (finally) hits Boston’s art scene, plans for longevity
How the creatives behind a Boston ‘reality sitcom’ made it to TV, got screwed, and fought back
I want to thank you for, I don’t want to say ‘tolerating,’ but for putting up with Boston the last 25 years ... You’re not getting truly what you deserve, or what you need.”