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Arts and Culture in Boston

Boston Arts and Culture Guide

Start Here to gain access to the Culture and Arts that Boston has to offer. We offer only quality links to official web sites, easy to use maps, hours and admission fees. Also see (Museums, Theater, Tourist Attractions, Galleries)

American Repertory Theatre (cambridge)
American Repertory Theatre - Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University

Boston Ballet (Back Bay)
Boston Ballet Company includes some of the most exciting talents in the dance world today.

Boston Center for the Arts (South End)
Boston Center for the Arts is a a nonprofit performing and visual arts complex that supports working artists to create, perform, and exhibit new work; builds new audiences; and connects arts to community.

Boston Symphony Hall (Fenway)
Experience the magic of Boston Symphony Hall, celebrated the world over for its magnificent acoustics and illustrious history.

Boston University Theater (Fenway)
Huntington Theatre Company: Professional theatre company in residence at Boston University.

Cambridge Arts Center (Cambridge)
The Cambridge Multicultural Art Center (CMAC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1978 as an arts center focused on helping diverse populations better understand one another.

Jordan Hall (Fenway)
Located in Boston's Fenway Cultural District on the Avenue of the Arts, NEC offers free concerts almost every night throughout the school year. Most of our concerts start at 8pm and are held in NEC's Jordan Hall.

Kendall Square Cinema (Cambridge)
The Kendall Square Cinema has been host to many special events, including local premieres, benefit screenings and film festivals. Additionally, the theatre complex has won numerous awards, making it one of Boston's cultural epicenters.

Photo Resource Center (Fenway)
Founded in 1976, the Photographic Resource Center (PRC) is an independent non-profit organization located on the campus of Boston University.

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