A 2015 series, presented by The ARTery, on how local artists imagine the future in Boston and beyond.
Richard Boulanger, a professor of electronic music and design at the Berklee College of Music, is enamored with the future’s mind-boggling possibilities.
At Company One, social events that allow their members of their audience -- which range from teenagers to retirees -- to discuss the themes of each production are built into the mission.
Groupmuse, which hosts classical music parties in living rooms, is one of the many classical music organizations getting performances out of symphony halls and into more informal spaces.
If you were looking to the future of theater in Boston, Company One is a great place to start, even as it struggles to succeed financially.
Experts paint a picture of the coming pop music landscape, and we ask one artist to compose the song of the future.
A look at how art museums are grappling with technology to stay relevant in our digital world.
Watch a selection of the amazing videos made with these flying cameras that are taking us places we’ve never been before.