Fall Arts Guides
In case you missed it: Metro’s Fall Arts Guides, our special seasonal section covering dance, performing arts, music published Friday and are available anytime online.
This comprehensive guide highlights the innovative artists, designers, musicians and performers filling up our calendar for the next three months.
Features include five movies Bostonians should see this fall, Concord Museum celebrates 200 years of Henry David Thoreau, ten concerts you can’t miss in Boston this fall, Boston Ballet opens fall with the North American premiere of the Royal Ballet production ‘Obsidian Tear’ and much more. Check out what’s going on in the arts and culture scene in your city.
In New York:
Read about fall’s best new museum exhibits, new art exhibits, the sixth year of outdoor photography festival Photoville, fall’s Broadway debuts and exciting revivals and more! Learn about all the city’s arts and culture goings-on.
Learn about the inaugural O17 festival, Metro’s top picks for the 2017 Fringe Festival, Philadelphia architect Louis Kahn’s new exhibition, fall comedy shows you can’t miss, the Pennsylvania Ballet’s debut of “The Sleeping Beauty” and more. Here is what’s going on in the arts and culture scene in Philadelphia.
Featured coverage includes:
- Notable art showings
- Museum exhibits
- Exhibition schedules
- Highly anticipated performances
- Concerts you won’t want to miss
Plus! Calendar listings:
- Visual arts
- Cultural events