Open Theatre Project presents the revival of “Murph” by Dorchester playwright Catherine M. O’Neill from Oct. 20-29 at the Allston performing arts venue Studio 52. The play debuted in 2012 at the Boston’s Playwrights’ Theatre and was praised for its... Read more
Sleeping Moon dedicated : Joe Wheelwright spoke about his sculpture during a ceremony in 2010 Dorchester – and New England’s extended arts community – are mourning the loss of a central figure this week. Joe Wheelwright, whose sculpture “Sleeping Moon”... Read more
Erik Wm. Suter returns to the Parish of All Saints on Sunday, Oct. 2 to perform a free concert on the C. B. Fisk and Skinner organs of All Saints. Mr. Suter will perform the organ music of Maurice Duruflé, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the... Read more
Jodie Baehre is a powerhouse. At the age of 33, she’s a full-time artist advocating for the cultural community of Boston with her ultra-vivid and innovative perspective on Boston’s city landscape – its rooftops, steeples, street views, and more. A native... Read more
Dot Park Gala The health of a city neighborhood can be evaluated in many different ways. How well we maintain, respect, and use our public parks is chief among them. It’s telling, then, that one of this community’s finest jewels – Dorchester Park – will... Read more
This fall, the Celebrity Series of Boston is bringing back the “Play Me, I’m Yours” street piano project that was such a crowd-pleaser here in 2013. From Sept. 23 through Oct. 10, Street Pianos Boston will feature 60 reclaimed pianos, custom-decorated by... Read more
The Kurtis Rivers Quartet at Levi’s Restaurant: (l-r) Melvin Graham, bass; Miki Matsuki, drums, Kurtis Rivers, alto saxaphone; Lady Kubé, M.C.; Alain Pacowski, guitar. Photo by Jennifer Johnson The streets of Dorchester are like gardens full of flowers... Read more
Dutch Rebelle: One of Boston's fiercest rap performers, she'll be on the OTB Fountain stage on July 14.True to its name, the upcoming Outside the Box (OTB) festival is boldly going where no local arts festival has gone before – adding talks and panel... Read more
Arts Programming - The Club’s Art programming closed out the school year program with two special events last week. On Tuesday, the Theater Club hosted a group of members, family and staff at their play “Murder at Haynes Manor.” Congratulations to the... Read more
Ever been asked to comment on an artwork, and all you gave back is a whole lot of not much? “Whatever” or “I dunno” is about all you can muster. If the artwork in question happens to be in the current show at the Dorchester Art Project (DAP) space (1486... Read more


Subscribe to Arts