UPCOMING SHOWS!

The Multicultural Arts Center Presents

Samba Night

 featuring Receita de Samba

July 25, 2024 at 6:00pm

Join us Thursday, July 25, from 6pm - 8pm for the second event in our Summer Series; Samba Night! Celebrate the beauty of Latin music to the sounds of Samba featuring the incredible melodies of Receita de Samba. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!

Other Upcoming Summer Series:

August 9: Swing in the Park
Featuring the Lindy Hop Cats

 

RSVP HERE

August 30: Closing Party Dance Battle
Featuring Megatron

 

RSVP HERE

Thank you to our sponsors: 
Capers Catering, East Meets West, Tasty Plates, East Cambridge Savings Bank, Artscope Magazine, Cambridge Plays, East Cambridge Business Association, Irving House, The Cambridge Homes, Leggat McCall, and the Gund Partnership 

The Multicultural Arts Center Presents
Butterfly Effect
Art UnEarths' Premiere Performance

July 19 & 20, 2024 at 8:00pm

Under the artistic direction of Jeryl Palana Pilapil-Brown, Boston based dance company Art UnEarths mission is to encourage empathy by exploring the untold and unheard parts of our identities and cultures, through multi-disciplinary dance. Their premiere show “Butterfly Effect” will take audiences on a thought provoking journey through live performance and dance on video. Each work will touch on themes of todays fast pace lifestyle and the consequences of our actions, big or small.

Ode to Relationships

Art and Healing Workshop

August 4th, 2-4pm 

Join us for a FREE Art & Healing Workshop hosted by Ayana Mack, a Boston-based Visual Artist and Designer. During the workshop, we will view and discuss artwork from her current solo show, “Ode To Relationships.” The work centers on empathy, softness, vulnerability, and love. We will explore color, texture, and portraiture and learn how art can be a tool for healing. Following the discussion, we will dive into an art-making session, creating a collage inspired by our conversation

In the Gallery

Ode to Relationships

Artwork by Ayana Mack

July 1 - August 16, 2024

Opening Reception: July 18th, 6-8pm

"Ode to Relationships" is a body of work created by Ayana Mack, a visual journey of love, beauty, and healing through portraits of Black people. The work highlights the depth of relationships - with ourselves, our families, partners, and friends. We often find ourselves in beautiful and challenging situations where we are learning and unlearning what we have been taught. This work asks us to be gentle with ourselves while we do.

 

This transformative exhibition will inspire you to reflect on your own relationships and the beauty of the human experience. While viewing this work, you are invited to ask yourself: "What can happen when empathy, softness, vulnerability and love are applied to all relationships?

Gallery Hours 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10am-6pm
Thursdays 10am-8pm

Opportunities

We're Hiring! Join our Team!

 

We are seeking a Development Manager who will actively manage and grow our annual campaigns, develop corporate and foundation sponsorships and support grant writing. This individual will take a leadership role in establishing and growing a robust fundraising arm of the organization.

 

APPLY HERE

Calling All Artists!
 

The Multicultural Arts Center is looking to redesign the banner that hangs outside our historic building in East Cambridge. This banner is a key part of our identity, as it is the first thing visitors see when entering from the street, and serves as both a marker and the first point of welcome.​


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

LOGO FOR DESIGN

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors!

Join us for a FREE Art & Healing Workshop hosted by Ayana Mack, a Boston-based Visual Artist and Designer. During the workshop we will view and discuss artwork from her current solo exhibit “Ode To Relationships.” The work centers on empathy, softness, vulnerability, and love. We will explore color, texture, and portraiture and learn how art can be a tool for healing. Following the discussion, we will dive into an art-making session, creating a collage inspired by our conversation.

Join us for a FREE Art & Healing Workshop hosted by Ayana Mack, a Boston-based Visual Artist and Designer. During the workshop we will view and discuss artwork from her current solo exhibit “Ode To Relationships.” The work centers on empathy, softness, vulnerability, and love. We will explore color, texture, and portraiture and learn how art can be a tool for healing. Following the discussion, we will dive into an art-making session, creating a collage inspired by our conversation.

Multicultural Arts Center
617-577-1400

41 Second Street
East Cambridge, MA 02141

 

Our facility is accessible.

 

Rental tours are available by appointment. See our Rental page. 

BUSINESS HOURS
Tuesday-Friday, 10am-6pm.

GALLERY HOURS

Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays,
10am-6pm.

Thursdays, 10am-8pm.

Our Social Mission

 

We support diversity through the visual and performing arts events that we present. Because we are a multi-use art center, we make our space available to artists and groups who may not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped and accessible facility or the cultural mainstream.

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Our historic venue is the perfect place for Private, Corporate, and Non-Profit events.

 

 

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