City Hall Galleries
The Mayor's Gallery exhibits work by Boston artists who have received recognition for their artwork through grants, awards and other types of public display.
The Scollay Square Gallery showcases the many arts organizations and artists community groups that support Boston artists throughout the city.
Awards and Letters of Distinction for our Mayor
Location: Mayors Gallery, 5th floor (Directions)
Dates: April 4- May 6, 2016
Awards and Letters of Distinction for our Mayor - Mayor’s Gallery and Display Case 5th Floor
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Department of Arts and Culture will host an exhibition of awards, gifts and letters of distinction given to the Mayor over the past year.
Hyde Park Art Association
Location: Scollay Square Gallery, 3rd floor (Directions)
Dates: April 4 - May 6, 2016
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture will host the Annual Hyde Park Art Association Group Exhibition in the Scollay Square Gallery. The exhibition will feature a broad range of art including photography, watercolor, oil painting and sculpture.
The Hyde Park Art Association is a non-profit organization that believes that art is a necessary part of human life. The association conducts programs that make art readily available in the neighborhood. Through education its intent is to foster an understanding and appreciation of the arts, to improve technical skills and to increase exposure of the work done by local artists.
Celebrating Boston's Seniors
Location: Mayor's Neighborhood Gallery, 2nd floor Boston City Hall
Dates: April 4 - 29, 2016
Celebrating Boston’s Seniors: Age-Friendly Boston photo and video show April 2016
This show is a collaboration of Boston Society of Architects’ Design for Aging subcommittee, AARP Massachusetts and the City of Boston’s Elderly Commission highlighting stories of seniors living in Boston.
Video by Jonathan Sachs/Photographs by Don West, Steve Borack & George Riley
Stories by Sandra Harris, Effie Ingram, Jonathan Sachs & Andrea Burns
Age-Friendly Boston is a partnership between the Elderly Commission, UMass Boston Gerontology Institute and AARP Massachusetts and is supported through a grant from Tufts Health Care Foundation.
Directions & Locations
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Mayor's Art Gallery:
Located on the 5th floor of City Hall. From City Hall Plaza or Congress St. entrances, take South Elevators to the 5th floor, follow signs to Mayor's Office: signage marks the gallery entrance. If you are planning to attend an opening you must enter from Congress Street.
Scollay Square Gallery:
Located on the 3rd floor/main lobby of City Hall. When entering from Congress St, take elevators to 3rd floor, proceed through lobby, passing the information desk on your right. The gallery is ahead of you. When entering from City Hall Plaza, proceed through lobby, passing the information desk on your right. The gallery is ahead of you. Signage marks the gallery entrance. If you are planning to attend an opening you must enter from Congress Street.
Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery:
Located on the 2nd floor near the South Elevators. From City Hall Plaza or Congress St. entrances, take South Elevators to the 2nd floor.