Nat Turner led a slave revolt that shocked the country in August of 1831. The evening before Turner is scheduled to be executed, he and attorney Thomas R. Gray, the recorder of his confessions, confront what has passed and what the future may hold. Full of rich imagery, this politically timely story explores morality, freedom, spirituality, and one man’s convictions.Find out more »
Join the Boston Children's Chorus for a concert to celebrate Black History Month at Hibernian Hall that will tell the stories of the Civil Rights Movement's hidden women.Find out more »
Drop-in community event! Tell us what you want for the region's future at an open house expo for MetroCommon 2050.
Some issues are bigger than any one neighborhood, city, or town: Transportation, housing, climate, jobs, equity, and more.Find out more »
Radical Black Girl will be kicking off Hibernian Hall’s new artist residency program “SOL*ARTS” with the first iteration of their traveling research and performance project called
“My City, My Body or If Concrete Could Talk or For Those Who May Be Traumatized."
Dance for Social Justice is a process-based workshop that delves into the universal language of movement, to generate conversations and create art around social justice issues in our communities. Participants exercise solidarity through group-work, the exchange of ideas, and by engaging on intentional discussions. Through a guided dance composition process, participants explore basic elements of dance composition to create dance pieces with their groups. An informal showing, and a feedback/Q&A session, brings closure to the workshop.Find out more »
We Create is a process-oriented festival that gives artists the opportunity to create original works around an annual theme during a period of 6 months. Artists meet twice during that period to share and discuss their process; the final work is presented at the We Create festival. We Create is a creative think-tank; its a school of thought that deconstructs old paradigms to provide fresh perspectives.Find out more »
Join the Cape Verdean-Jewish Seder as they celebrate the connections and shared history between the Cape Verdean and Jewish communities. Nhós sta tudo convidado para és evento li pa celebra história comum entre comunidade judáica e caboverdiana. At this special Seder (dinner), they will share the liberation stories and songs of both Jews and Kabuverdianus as they explore the histories and cultures of both groups. Nés evento especial nu ta bai celebra história de libertasón e activdades culturais de povo…Find out more »
An active band that plays all over the Boston area --including a long tenure as the weekend house band at Wally's Cafe -- and at festivals across New England, the Jason Palmer Quintet continues their red-hot Neighborhood Arts debut season with a concert at Roxbury's storied Hibernian Hall.Find out more »
The Interaction Institue for Social Change is thrilled to be celebrating their 25th anniversary this year!
Join them in their celebration event, at the historic Hibernian Hall in Roxbury, Massachusetts on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 6:30pm. They expect over 150 guests - including nonprofit, foundation, business, government, education, and community leaders - to gather, learn from one another’s stories, celebrate, and enjoy local cuisine from people of color-owned businesses that share values with IISC. The event will include a cash bar, music, dancing, and more!