Massachusetts Arts and Culture
The Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Massachusetts, is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the setting for a wide variety of musical performances each year.
Tanglewood Photo Album
An album of pictures of the Tanglewood Music Center, Berkshires summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a magical place to see a concert. The Tanglewood Music Festival is a beloved New England summer tradition, as you'll see in these photos of picnicking at Tanglewood, the scenic grounds, the Shed, families with kids at play and the stage.
Meet the Artists at the Rocky Neck Art Colony
There are three dozen artists who welcome visitors to their galleries at Gloucester's Rocky Neck Art Colony, and chatting with them about their work and inspiration is as much a part of the experience as strolling in and out of each studio and shopping for everything from affordable gifts to singular works to adorn a home or workspace.
Arthur M. Sackler Museum at Harvard
The Sackler houses the university's collections of Ancient, Asian, Islamic, and Indian art, including the world's finest collection of Chinese jades.
Barrington Stage Company
This award-winning theater in the Berkshires allows you to purchase tickets for its summer theater productions online.
Boston Bel Canto Opera Company
The Boston Bel Canto Opera Company presents semi-staged productions of bel canto and verismo operas at Jordan Hall. Find schedule and ticket information here.
Performance schedules, special events, tours, history, and more for one of America's best-loved symphony orchestras.
Busch-Reisinger Museum at Harvard
America's only art museum dedicated to the arts of Central and Northern Europe was founded in 1901 at Harvard University.
Cape Cod Arts
From Cape Cod Gallery, here's a useful directory of art galleries, dance, music, and theater on Cape Cod.
Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University
Harvard's second oldest art museum has been open to the public since 1895 and focuses on Western art from the Middle Ages to the present.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Gardner created a museum in Boston to house her impressive collection of fine and decorative arts, and it's been open to the public since 1903.
Smith College Museum of Art
Smith College in Northampton has one of the U.S.'s finest college art museums, with works spanning 4,500 years on public view.
Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute
This fine arts museum in western Massachusetts is known for its French impressionist paintings, including more than 30 by Renoir. The Institute also hosts a variety of special exhibitions.
Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
See the hottest new talents to world-renowned orchestras at this "music under the stars" venue near Boston.