Multicultural Arts Center Staff

Interim Managing Director

Adria Katz

617-577-1400

adria@multiculturalartscenter.org

 

Adria Katz is an artist and non-profit administrator in the Boston area. She has worked as a teacher, an artist, and a non-profit administrator, always with a focus on building community through the arts. She loves creating, problem-solving, and working on a team!

Marketing Coordinator
Zoe Langosy

617-577-1400

zoe@multiculturalartscenter.org

 

The daughter of an artist and writer, Zoe’s creativity was nurtured at an early age. She attended Massachusetts College of Art where she earned a B.F.A. in Illustration. Over the past two decades she has produced artwork for multiple clients, including MTV; shown her artwork both internationally and nationally; worked as a visualizer for a L.A.-based fashion designer who is both a costume designer and has his own line; and held positions at various design studios and art centers as both illustrator and designer. Currently, Zoe works as a freelance graphic designer, marketing consultant, illustrator, and copy editor in addition to her role as marketing coordinator at the Multicultural Arts Center. To view Zoe’s illustration, visit: www.zoe.langosy.net.

Production Associate
M Berry

617-577-1400

m@multiculturalartscenter.org

 

M Berry is a technician, designer, and general theatre maker based in Boston. As a queer and nonbinary person navigating this world, they are always seeking to find the unusual and outspoken within art and performance, and to create work that both challenges us and brings us together. They have been privileged to work in assorted roles ranging from box office to production management to lighting design, with companies such as Princeton Summer Theater, Theatre Intime, Princeton University, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston Conservatory, and more. Examples of their lighting design work can be found at meberrydesign.com

Production Associate
Samantha Hills

617-577-1400

sam@multiculturalartscenter.org

 

Samantha Hills is an experienced professional in the realm of video production and editing, bringing years of passion and expertise to the field. She graduated from Emerson College in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Production. Beginning in 2013 as a freelance video editor for Brafton Inc. in Boston, she dedicated years of her career to working in various production and videography positions in the field. Samantha took a step back from production work to focus on her own personal passions, such as nurturing and assisting local artists and fellow filmmakers. Her drive and passion for storytelling through the medium of film keep her pushing forward, constantly looking for the next great visual story to tell.

Production Associate
Jon King

617-577-1400

jon@multiculturalartscenter.org

 

Jon King, an artist, musician, educator, and storyteller, has a passion for creating memorable experiences in a variety of disciplines. After attending the University of Southern California to study Film Production and Music Composition, he went on to work as a sound stage manager at Universal Studios and as a composer, arranger, engineer, editor, cinematographer, and director on many film and music projects in Los Angeles. He also worked as Director of Technical Theatre and as Video Production instructor at John Burroughs High School in Burbank, CA, helming 17 years of award-winning productions and events. He is excited to bring his experience in visual art, music, lighting design, sound design, and video production to the Boston area arts community.

Gallery Preparator
C.J Phu

 

Using acrylic paint, graphite, charcoal, and oil stick, C.J. Phu, local Artist as well as Art Installer, creates lush semi-abstract, expressionistic botanicals, which express his inspiring, lifelong love of nature. He chooses to avoid the use of brushes, creating an almost glass-like texture with the paint. In his words, “I discovered that for me it was much more enjoyable to scratch and sculpt the surfaces of the paintings.” In his work, multiple layers both hide and reveal various features, like a game of hide and seek. www.CJPhu.com   

Multicultural Arts Center
617-577-1400

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. 

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

GALLERY HOURS

Tuesdays and Fridays,
10am-6pm.

Wednesdays and 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.

We Stand Against Racism

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