WBUR CitySpace at The Lavine Broadcast Center — a state-of-the-art multimedia destination for cutting-edge conversations, adventurous art and innovative ideas — will return to in-person programming on September 14, 2021 at 890 Commonwealth Avenue in the heart of Boston University’s campus.
“We’re excited for the community to gather once again at CitySpace to enjoy the best that WBUR and our city has to offer,” said Amy Macdonald, director of CitySpace. “We surveyed our audience and they’re eager to come back. We are thrilled to open our doors in September to Boston’s artists, speakers, performers and thought leaders and to offer a wide array of events to educate and inspire our guests.”
Be there in person or online to see exciting guests and new series this Fall, including “Tell Me More!” a monthly series that pairs fascinating leaders in their respective fields for conversations about their journeys, inspirations and life lesson and “This Changes Everything,” a recurring program examining how our norms, our institutions and our culture have had to adjust how we work, gather and teach to a new reality and what that reality will look like.
Additional programming will feature notable guests, including author Tomi Adeyemi, writer and political activist Gloria Steinem, world-renowned chef Jacques Pepin, New York Times food columnist Melissa Clark, Boston Globe Partners CEO Linda Henry, NPR Legal Correspondent Nina Totenberg and Slate political reporter Dahlia Lithwick, among others.
Through a phased reopening approach, all CitySpace events will be offered as hybrid experiences with the ability to stream events online in addition to in-person attendance. Tickets are on sale now. CitySpace employees will adhere to national and local mask guidelines and adjust precautions as necessary. The venue will reopen at full capacity later this Fall in alignment with local protocols.
For more information on what events are coming up this year at CitySpace or to sign up for the monthly events newsletter, visit https://www.wbur.org/events.
This article was originally published on August 02, 2021.