Boston Multi Arts Festivals: Multi Arts Festivals Around Boston
Below are our Boston Festivals recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, festival history and other points of interest in Boston Art.
Since 1999, Boston Cyberarts, Inc. has presented this biennial festival to encourage new media literacy (the use of advanced electronic devices such as computers and other electronic or digital devices). The festival celebrates the endeavors of arts and technology specialists in the fields of dance, theater, music, film, visual art, and more.
Innovative events at the festival include Seekers: A Bi-Coastal Dance Improvisation, “International Steampunk City”—an aesthetic amalgam of contemporary technology and …more…
Since it began in 1939, the Celebrity Series has presented hundreds of performances by world-renowned classical, jazz and world musicians, and dance troupes. Major artists presented have included Sergei Rachmaninoff, Jacqueline DuPre, Dizzy Gillespie, Ravi Shankar, and Martha Graham and Company. It has been affiliated with a number of sponsor organizations over the years, including Boston University, the Wang Center, and Bank Boston. Despite all of these changes, the Celebrity …more…
(February – May)
Festival of Art + Science + Technology (FAST Fest) Information
Venues: Various venues at and around MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Cambridge
Public Transportation: All venues are easily accessible by MTA buses and subway
Handicapped Accessibility: Good for all locations
Performances/Programs: Dance, music, opera, art exhibitions, technology discussions and debates, and more, all presented throughout the festival
Ticket Prices: Most events are free and open to the public. A few events require …more…