The BCA is currently searching for its third poet laureate for the upcoming term april 1, 2017 to March 31, 2019 - click here for details
third Celebrate Music community open mic
this exhibit has just been installed on the walls of town hall - artist reception friday, march 3, 5-7pm on the first floor lobby
brookline day sunday, september 18
Annual BCA grantee reception May 2
The Brookline Commission for the Arts was joined by 11 of the artists and organizations that were awarded grants in 2016 to showcase their arts and cultural projects. The Commission also presented the 3rd Annual Cultural Contributor Award to Mim and Barnie Berliner, founders of the Brookline Arts Center over 50 years ago.
Photo courtesy of Mori Insinger
Mim and Barnie Berliner receiving the
Cultural Contributor Award
from Lea Cohen, BCA Commissioner
2016 BCA Grantees
CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS FROM THE ANNUAL GRANTEE RECEPTION THAT TOOK PLACE ON MONDAY, MAY 2 IN HUNNEMAN HALL, BROOKLINE MAIN LIBRARY
POET LAUREATE - recent events
an evening of poems & music. Wednesday, Nov 2, Hunneman Hall, Brookline main library
On Wednesday, November 2 Jan Schreiber, Brookline's Poet Laureate, hosted poet Rhina Espaillat and guitarist John Tavano who presented an evening of Melopoeia (the ancient art form of poetry spoken to music).
If you missed this wonderful event Brookline Interactive Group recorded it in its entirety and it will soon be available for viewing on YouTude. Stay tuned...
If walls could speak, thursday, may 5, 7:00pm Hunneman Hall, Brookline Main Library
Celebrating family with poetry
The current exhibit features the work of the following artists:
Aurelie Galois (drawings)
Gulnara Niaz (photographs)
"A Moment to Yourself"
Selectmen's Hearing Room
Memorabilia from the JFK collection of Jim Solomon (The Fireplace) in room 111 and the lobby display case
If you are an artist seeking more exposure for your work, why not consider exhibiting on Town Hall Walls? Check here for application details.
The ArtsBrookline Celebrate Music Summer Coffeehouse series ended with a bang on July 23 with a packed house at Coolidge Corner Library!
The series was supported by ArtsBrookline, BIG, Friends of the Brookline Library and volunteers from Brookline Commission for the Arts.
Plans are now in the works for a fall series.