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    Boston Creates: A Blueprint for Arts & Culture in the City

    We've just kicked off a 15 month creative planning process called Boston Creates that will provide an opportunity for our many communities and neighborhoods to share their thoughts on our most important cultural assets. We are looking for volunteers to participate in our community engagement teams and to be part of the leadership council, helping to advise, guide, and drive participation in the process.

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  • Call to Artists

    Call to Artists

    The Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events sponsors a variety of programs that encourage local artist participation. Learn more about participating in the Boston Arts Festival, Arts on the Arcade, showing in the City Hall galleries, and more.

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  • See a listing of upcoming Arts events.

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  • Commissioners Corner - Chief of Arts and Culture
    Mayor Walsh is committed to having an administration that is accountable to all citizens, no matter who you are or where you live. Commissioners Corner introduces you to your city leaders, who will showcase their agencies and discuss information that is important to everyone in this great city. On this episode, host Tashanea Whitlow is joined by Julie Burros, Chief of the Mayor's Office of Arts & Culture.Watch Video »
  • Echelman Installation Unveiling Ceremony
    Mayor Walsh joins Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack and members of the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, for the official unveiling of a 250-foot-high suspended art sculpture by Brookline artist Janet Echelman.Watch Video »

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