Welcome To The Multicultural Arts Center

As New England's only multicultural arts center, we strive to present dedicated programming reflecting diversity in the arts. Please join us for music, dance, theater, art exhibitions, and more! We also rent our Theater space for special events!

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Wednesday Night Performance Based Salons


We want to host FREE Wednesday night performance based salons in the Fall! Great local performance artists sparking great conversation over food and drink. We need your support to make these events FREE. Help us host more free events for YOU to enjoy! Click below to read our story, watch our video, and become a part of something BIG!





Upcoming Events


Saturday, August 1, at 8 PM
Sunday, August 2, at 2 PM
Monday, August 3, at 7:30 PM

Tuesday, August 4, at 7:30 PM


FREE general admission with seat reservation


This August B. Dunn Movement Dance & Theatre Company and the Multicultural Arts Center bring you 4 FREE performances of ECHO, an interdisciplinary multi-dimensional dance performance that examines issues of race, identity and the value of black life on a global level. This play explores the displacement of African Diaspora bodies during the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the effects of displacement through generations until current contemporary times.​​​​​







Kendall Square Summer Music Series!

Thursdays, July 2, 9, 16 at 12 PM


This summer we have been asked to bring some of the wonderful music from the art center to you!


Thursday, July 2

Christina and Fran are a duo from Boston Massachusetts, who write music featuring soulful, dynamic singing, tight arrangements, with a unique ability to transcend genres and styles.


Thursday, July 9

Sol y Canto is the nationally-touring and Boston Music Award winning Pan-Latin ensemble led by Puerto Rican/Argentine singer and bongo player Rosi Amador and New Mexican guitarist and composer Brian Amador.


Thursday, July 16

Borges and Ward pull from two distinctly Brazilian forms of music, Samba and Bossa Nova. Bossa Nova was born from Samba in the 1950s bringing the jazz element into the already lively, African influenced style of music. The elements of Bossa Nova give Anna Borges vocals an intimate, gentle hum while allowing Bill Ward to show his jazzier side through guitar.