December 9-10, 2022
Come and discover the origin story of the Nutcracker! The untold story of the Extraordinary Nutcracker by artistic director and choreographer Gianni Di Marco is an epic story ballet of love, adventure, and magic. Follow our heroine as she embarks on a magical adventure to save the love of her life. Immerse yourself in a new tradition with our holiday market, arts and crafts, and photo booth.
December 16, 2022
The Music Is Healing Us crew returns to Boston with the 1st Unity Through Music Celebration since 2018. Join Kwe and the entrie MIHU Collective to celebrate the contributions of Black Music to Popular Culture with drumming, spoken word, live performances, deejay and dancing. This event is centered around the four pillars of wellness (mind, body, community and spirit) to propose ways that we might draw lessons from Black music history and tradition in order to take better care of ourselves, and the planet. Featuring highlights from Music 2102 Summer & Fall students' multimedia projects at the intersection of music and social justice.
Join us for a stellar line-up of performers who will be a part of our next season! You won't want to miss this celebration showcasing sneak peaks of all that is coming to the Multicultural Arts Center in 2023! Stay tuned for the full line up which will include special performances by the Ron Savage Trio, Art Unearths, and others.
In the Gallery
Liang Guo is a Chinese-American realist painter who immigrated from China to the U.S. in 1995. Upon settling in the Boston area, Guo developed a love for the city which became the inspiration and strength behind his current series: Portraits of Boston. Through this series, Guo wants to give his audience the opportunity to see Boston from the point of view of an artist who lives and works in the city, but is from a different culture.
Guo has been the recipient of many prestigious awards including the 2022 Mass Cultural Council Fellowship. Guo’s work has been shown and collected throughout the world.
See below for our COVID Protocol.
We are now accepting proposals for gallery exhibitions. Work needs to be wall mountable fine art that relates to our mission of supporting multicultural arts that help to educate the community about diversity. We also strive to support
artists and groups who may not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped and accessible facility or the cultural mainstream.
BIPOC artists are strongly encouraged to apply.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second Street
East Cambridge, MA 02141
Our facility is accessible.
Our Gallery is currently open Tuesday-Friday
10am - 6pm.
Rental tours are available by appointment. See our Rental page.
Tuesdays and Fridays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10am-8pm.
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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