From music to theater, how the city can help local artists.
Julie Burros comes to Boston from the Windy City. What could we glean from that metropolitan area?
opinion | Andris Nelsons
Beyond the city itself, the Boston Symphony Orchestra represents the very best of Boston.
opinion | Lewis Wheeler
It’s terrific that we now have an arts czar as a cabinet-level post, but why didn’t this happen sooner?
opinion | Paula Plum
Creative programs need to be designed so that concerts, plays, recitals, and museums are welcoming to everyone.
opinion | Stephen Tourlentes
Julie Burros can help to nurture the next generation of artists and creative innovation.
opinion | Obehi Janice
Boston artists need a good reason to stay here.
opinion | Rona Pondick
Having a large population of working artists is crucial for growing a healthy arts community.
opinion | Robin Dawson
Our city is a director’s dream destination.
opinion | Peter DuBois
Boston needs more alternative spaces.
opinion | Matt Glaser
Exposing our citizens to the riches of this tradition is essential.
A letter to Julie Burros, the city’s incoming arts czar.
opinion | Esther Nelson
The more we can afford to produce here, the more we can attract talent to stay.