Boston has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.
Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Back Bay, Beacon Hill & South End that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I began my love of photography in high school; with my Grandfather’s old Pentax. I learned how to develop film and make prints in the dark room. I found the love again and kept challenging myself to do better and learn more. I hope to be moving into a studio and photographing full time. Read more>>
During my career so far I have been blessed to perform alongside some of the best musicians today, artists like Simon Shaheen in his award-winning Qantara ensemble, multi Latin-Grammy winning producer Javier Limon in our project OQ, and with other artist. Read more>>
My story is a long one, but I’ll try to shorten it for this article! I grew up on Cape Cod in the Falmouth area with my parents and my two younger brothers. Photography always fascinated me even at a young age; I picked up my first camera at 5. Read more>>
At 15 I heard my mentor and musical hero Yasko Kubota perform for the first time and started studying with her in addition to monthly lessons with Jerry Bergonzi. I arranged pieces for my High School Concert and Jazz Bands and received a performance scholarship to Berklee on Saxophone. Read more>>
The Dingo Babies
We started playing as a 5-piece “folk-pop-piano-rock” group, but eventually transitioned into an emo punkpop trio. After coming to terms with our inescapable addiction to loud amplifiers, we gave in and focused on creating a raw sound that could express the dynamic of our songs. Read more>>
I’m always interested in art, and people I’m getting to know here encourage me to do so. After finish my entrepreneurial management study at Boston University, I applied for the Museum School, and the experience of study there changed my whole career path and shaped the way I’m working and thinking as an artist. Read more>>
I figured my best bet would be to move somewhere a bit younger. I am so thankful I did! Of course it was not easy starting out in a city where I knew nothing and no one, but it the long run it was definitely the right decision for my business. Read more>>
My art making has been shaped by my surroundings when I was growing up. Growing up on Cape Cod, I spent most of my time as a child swimming in the ocean, climbing trees, collecting shells and twigs and building forts in the woods behind the house. Read more>>
The Cauldron was founded by artist and educator Carlie Bristow, holistic nutritionist Mary Taylor, and digital content creator/art nerd Kate McBride. As feminists and Boston locals, we began envisioning a space we wanted to exist in, but wasn’t there yet. Read more>>
I navigate my life through singing. It’s not only an aural experience for me, it’s also very tactile as well as psychological. I studied Child Development in my hometown Ankara, Turkey, and worked in a rehabilitation center with deaf and hard of hearing children. Read more>>