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!

 

 

We are honored to have been voted into the TOP THREE nominees for Best Event Space in Scout Cambridge.

 

Show your support and vote HERE to get us to number 1! Voting takes place daily.

Upcoming Events

BOOMTOWN Free Summer Concert Series

Monday July 28th - Thursday 31, 2014

7 PM every night!


FREE Summer Music Concert Series open to the community – and especially music lovers of diverse and inspirational music! This year we will be highlighting a different musical group each evening during the last week in July from Monday to Thursday- and all concerts will begin at 7 pm – and will be held in the Multicultural Art Center theater. So bring friends, family members and the folks you work with – what a great end of the work day! -  and enjoy these great musicians and their music while you grab some tasty bits and something to drink from our food and drink indoor picnic selections.

Monday, July 28: Sol Y Canto

Tuesday, July 29: Lisa Thorson
Wednesday, July 30: Revolutionary Snake Ensemble
Thursday, July 31: Jetro Da Silva Group


Luminarium Dance Company

Friday, December 5/Saturday 6 & Friday, December 12/Saturday 13, 2014

8 PM


Luminarium's newest full-evening work, The Sleeprunner, will transform the Multicultural Arts Center space into a dynamic dream world, while featuring the company's signature imaginative choreography, lighting, and scenic design.

 

BUY ADVANCED TICKETS HERE
General Admission $23 & Students, BDA & Seniors $20

In Our Galleries

Morning Market: The Work of Women

Paintings by Lori Lander

Exhibition: June 5 - August 29, 2014

Gallery Reception: Thursday, June 26, 2014, 6-8 PM

 

Lander's paintings showcase the beauty and grace of not only the morning hours, but also the women living and working in them each day. After travelling to various locations around the world, Lander has sought out the morning markets and created a body of work that embodies the light, color, and movement of these women and the atmosphere surrounding them.

From Russia with Art: Etchings from Moscow

Alexander Vetrov and Stanislav Nikireyev

Exhibition: June 6 - September 2, 2014

Gallery Reception: Thursday, June 26, 2014, 6-8 PM

 

Vetrov blends color tactfully and artfully into his etchings, without taking away from the etching itself. Scenes of Russian villages, churches in ruins, his home, his mother, in the different seasons of the year, are all captured by the artist discerning eye.

 

Stanislav Nikireyev, born in the Russian Tambov Region, his black & white etchings capture all the seasons of nature and its creatures both from the past and from more current eras, producing many diverse and beautiful country scenes.

Past Events

*All photos by Caitlin O'Brien unless othewise stated