ArtsBoston's mission is to promote the arts in Greater Boston by making the arts accessible, integral to our lives, and more affordable for all art lovers. ArtsBoston serves more than 170 organizations in theatre, music, dance, visual arts, comedy, and film throughout Greater Boston by helping them grow audiences, providing strategic and capacity-building resources, and serving as a collective voice for the arts.
31 St. James Avenue, Suite 360
Boston, MA 02116
Boston Dance Alliance
The Boston Dance Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting dance in the Greater Boston area.
19 Clarendon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Boston Open Studio Coalition
To see the schedule of Boston Open Studios click on the link.
contact: John Crowley - John Crowley@cityofboston.gov Artists
Membership open to Somerville and Boston community at large
1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville
Cambridge Open Studios (COS)
Cambridge Art Association
A membership organization. Juried exhibitions are mounted at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery (25 Lowell Street), University Place (124 Mt Auburn Street) in Harvard Square, and Eastern Bank in Kendall Square.
25 Lowell Street
contact: Erin Becker email@example.com
Cambridge artists open their doors to the public for three weekends in May. The event is sponsored by the Cambridge Arts Council. Information about participating can be found at our website under "Community Art":
North Cambrige Arts (NOCA)
An association of accomplished visual and performing artists living in North Cambridge. It is a volunteer, participatory organization.
membership: Hannah Sukonick
Somerville Artists Open Studios
Somerville Open Studios is an annual event that takes place across the City of Somerville, MA each May.