For Community Groups
Interested in collaborating with the Education Department? Community Groups refer participants, assist with outreach, host programs, and organize committees. Organizations receive advance notice of upcoming programs, participate in the planning and evaluation of Education programs, connect with similar community organizations, and receive complimentary tickets to Citi Performing Arts Center(SM)shows. Past Community Groups include community centers, schools, and other arts organizations.
For more information please contact email@example.com or call 617-532-1256.
For Schools,For Community Groups
Each year, the SpectrumBoston Ticket Access Program serves more than 150 Community Partners. In 2009-2010, our SpectrumBoston Access Fund provided over 2,800 tickets for children and families to experience world-class talent on our stages. Ticket recipients are from communities that would not otherwise have the opportunity or the funding to share in a singular, unforgettable moment in live performance. The Education Department typically distributes a study guide to the Community Partners to prepare their groups for the performance.
To become a Community Partner, please call 617-532-1256.
To support the SpectrumBoston Access Fund, please call 617-532-1289.
For Young People,For Adults,For Families,For Schools,For Community Groups
Each year, our City Spotlights program focuses on four Boston neighborhoods and celebrates their identities through the performing arts. During City Spotlights Final Showcase, up to two performing arts groups from each featured neighborhood are invited to perform and celebrate the talent that exists in Boston communities. This year City Spotlights will showcase the talents of four different communities: Chinatown, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain and Mattapan.
For more information about becoming a Special Guest Artist, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-532-1256
For Young People,For Community Groups
Exploring Hip Hop Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club February13-March 26 Mondays & Thursdays, 4:30-6pm
In collaboration with Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club, youth ages 10-19 develop spoken word, movement, music and performing arts skills while exploring hip hop culture. At the end of the program, participants will share their original work at a Community Celebration.