Making the Arts Safer For You
Arts and cultural organizations and venues across Greater Boston are working together to make indoor cultural experiences safer for you and all audience members to attend. Recent survey results from ArtsBoston’s Audience Outlook Monitor found that 80% of Greater Boston’s arts patrons would be more likely to attend an indoor event if a proof of vaccination policy was in place, while 98% of survey respondents reported being fully vaccinated or planned to be.
The organization and venues listed below have implemented protocols requiring proof of vaccination for all audiences members, or proof of a negative COVID test when a proof of vaccination is not possible, along with other safety protocols including mask wearing. Please visit the individual organization’s pages below for the most up-to-date detail and full policies.
Thank you to these organizations for prioritizing the health of artists, staff, volunteers, and the community at large. And thank you for your help and support as we reopen our cultural sector while keeping our community safe. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Greater Boston Arts and Cultural Organizations
Prioritizing Safer Experiences:
More organizations will be joining this group in the weeks ahead.
If you are an arts and cultural organization or venue who would like to be listed, please contact either:
- Jen Falk, Deputy Director-Operations & External Affairs, ArtsBoston, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Temple Gill, Director of Public Affairs and Strategic Partnerships, The Huntington, email@example.com
Vaccine and Testing Resources in Massachusetts
Vaccines combined with masking are the best way to stay safe! If you are not currently vaccinated, you can find out when, where, and how to get a FREE COVID-19 vaccine HERE
Information about COVID-19 tests can be found HERE
Lost your vaccination card? Learn more about requesting a copy of your vaccination record HERE