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The Regis College Fine Arts Center inspires our community by bringing stories to life in unexpected ways. We also offer a variety of education and outreach programs, including workshops and partnerships with organizations throughout the Boston area.
Our mission is to preserve, promote and develop the arts and culture for all ages and backgrounds through public and educational programming in five disciplines: Music, Dance, Literature, Theater Arts and Visual Arts.
Please join us in celebrating our 21st season! We will be showcasing a wide variety of talent. We will be offering plays and music written and directed by the Regis theatre and music departments.
We will have you scratching your head in amazement as, by popular demand, we are pleased to welcome back Christopher Carter, mentalist. Remembering the tunes of the good old days from the greatest groups, artists and songwriters of all, time we are featuring Motown Forever. I promise you you’ll be dancing in your seat!
And free to the public, we recommend you visit the Carney Gallery which hosts a diverse selection of visual installations by local artists. Please join us for an evening of mingling and conversing with these artists over light refreshments at the opening of each exhibit.
The Regis College Fine Arts Center provides a beautiful gathering place for events, receptions, meetings, and dinners. We look forward to speaking with you about how we may be of assistance in making your next event a huge success. If you are interested in renting our venue for a public or private event please contact the Fine Arts Center director for more information.
Thank you for joining us this season.
There is something here for everyone!
Steven B. Hall
Fine Arts Center Director
Fine Arts Center Associate Director
Andre H. Schiff
Fine Arts Center Technical Director