Relive the Boston Arts and Culture Public Hearing

boston_public_library.jpgOn Saturday, January 25, Mayor Walsh's Arts and Culture Transition Committee held a public hearing as an opportunity for the creative community to share what they want to keep, implement, and dream up for the sector.

The community came out in droves, ready to ask the important questions and share their invaluable insight in this public process. In the room and online, the energy was overwhelming. Twitter was so abuzz that the event's hashtag, #bosarts, trended up to the number 4 spot nationally. 

Relive the action from the public hearing, captured in event highlights by our Storify piece.


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