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.
Currently Showing in the Mayors Gallery, 5th floor
Rufus Faulk / Inspired by my Surroundings
"My work is inspired by my surroundings, it is beautiful and it is cruel, it is hostile and it is kind. As an artist, I employ art to address issues to awakening the interest, and to inspire. My subjects are drawn mostly from personal experiences, both past and present."
Faulk’s work is all about the people he knows and the neighborhoods where he lives and works. The paintings are heartfelt depictions of people and that inspire the artist and give his work a simple honest look at Boston and its’ people.
The exhibition will be on display April 7 - May 16, 2014
Currently Showing Scollay Square Gallery, 3rd floor
The Marathon Exhibition
The Marathon exhibition will feature photography, paintings, and 100 letters from BPS Children thanking the Boston Police. Also included in the exhibition is a banner with messages of sympathy by the children of the Newtown School in Connecticut. We will also be installing Marathon Poetry by the elevators as part of the Mayor's Prose & Poetry Program.
The exhibition will be on display April 22 - May 30, 2014
Currently Showing in the Mayors Neighborhood Gallery, 2nd floor
Youth Arts Month(YAM)
The Boston Public Schools has once again taken over City Hall to showcase the talent of their students. 38 schools are participating in this year's exhibition and from the comments around the building the best display ever!
The exhibition will be on display April 8, 2014 - May 2, 2014
All the galleries at Boston City Hall are open to the public at no charge and are handicapped accessible. For further information, please call 617-635-3911.
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.
Located on the 2nd floor near the South Elevators. From City Hall Plaza or Congress St. entrances, take South Elevators to the 2nd floor.
Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery
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