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 Cambridge that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
My most recent endeavor is a traveling exhibit called Audacious Agency, in which I and four other artists from Hartford, CT will display work that promotes social awareness and social justice. We started at Yale Divinity School (opening November 1, 2018) and will be on display through mid-February 2019. Read more>>
Anjali Mitter Duva
I was inspired to write a set of four books, each taking place at a time of socio-political upheaval in India, and each featuring Kathak. The first one, set in the 16th century at the start of the Mughal era, came out in 2014, titled FAINT PROMISE OF RAIN. Read more>>
My art is a reaction to everything I see and feel every day. Art for me is my release and my therapy. I hope people are drawn to it because it is beautiful and then spend the time deciphering it in their own way. I work on many pieces at a time, layering many, many different images on top of each other until I start to start to make connections between them all. Read more>>
I learned a lot through trial and error in the early days of Middle Dune, building off of the strong foundation in printmaking that I gained from my mother. I didn’t plan to end up where I am, I just followed the natural course of asking the questions, “What am I good at? What do I enjoy?” Read more>>
Working mainly in the non-profit world, Directing an Arts and Education Programs for Inner City kids in 2 elementary schools, I briefly worked for Hartford Public Schools and moved to Provincetown, Cape Cod for a job as Executive Director for Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill in 2002.. And I am still there! Read more>>
I suppose my story starts the same as many other creatives, in the sense that I was passionate about art but hesitant to pursue it, as I considered it too impractical. Because of this, I took time off between high school and college to travel, and to decide what my future, stable job would be. Read more>>
My work is influenced by Peruvian textile patterns, graffiti elements, and urban culture to create a story about her customs, traditions, and values. A lot of my designs reflects topics like self-love, growth, and resilience. I have done creative arts projects within my community and youth members through the city of Hartford. Read more>>
Settle for what exactly? I could never be able to justify or explain, they had to see it for themselves. They had to know, what it takes to live a life, that was governed by your own ability to change the world and your selves. That life is truly for the brave. I love singing, I love performing, I love writing, I love creating, it is the very essence of who I am. I am in my best element. Read more>>
I love what I do, and being able to create every day feels like I am right where I should be. A big part of my life is still learning more about photography and how I can express myself through photos. I use instagram as a place to post various parts of my life through photos I take as well as ones taken of me, and am also currently working on a blog. Read more>>
Our story starts at 150 Massachusetts Avenue in the summer of 2017. We all had just moved to Boston from different parts of the United States to study music at Berklee. We were some of the first people we each met during orientation week. We got together to jam and after that first jam session, we had a pretty good idea of what we wanted to do. So, we started trying to find shows around Boston and the Northeast. Read more>>