Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Schools representing Boston’s diverse cultures and communities honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy through music, dance, theatre, spoken word and media arts. Our annual MLK Celebration is free and open to the public. 
High School Arts Festival
Students and teachers from across the city gather under a single roof for a day of arts learning and sharing. Immersion workshops explore a creative process from start to finish. Afterward, participants present works in progress during an informal showing. The day closes with a public showcase celebrating our district’s award-winning student artists and ensembles.
Youth Arts Month Exhibit
Each year, this district-wide art exhibition shares exemplary artwork created by BPS students, with thousands of employees and visitors. The 2018 exhibition celebrates BPS student artists’ work created throughout National Youth Arts Month.
City-Wide Arts Festival
Join us in June as over 1,000 student performers take over Boston Common! Presented in collaboration with the Boston Parks Department, our annual thee-day event presents music, dance and theatre ensembles at teh Parkman Bandstand. All are welcome to cheer on our city’s talented youth in its most famous park.
Summer Arts Intensives
Each July BPS Arts hosts multiple dance, music, theatre, and art intensives. Be on the lookout for 2018 summer opportunities.

Upcoming