MW Productions/SPOKE activates the transformative power of art to heal divisions, strengthen community, and drive social progress. We forge a common path of equity and civic engagement across Greater Boston through visual art, dance, poetry & spoken-word performance. Young people are essential contributors to all of our work. Creating together, we emerge with a deeper understanding of ourselves, each other, and the world we share.
Our vision is that one day, all individuals will feel included and engaged in strengthening their community. They will recognize that art is not just a commodity. Instead, they’ll recognize art as a guiding tool that frees them to express their voice and to participate in their community.Learn More About Us
Support the In-Person Benefit Thursday, June 16, 2022 | 6:00 – 8:00 pmLEARN MORE ABOUT THRESHOLD
"Love Letter to a Black Woman " Join us on April 6, 2022 @ 6:00 PM ESTREGISTER HERE
Please join us at the SPOKE Gallery a showcase of our amazing YouthSpeak program.YouthSpeak Showcase
SPOKE and its South Boston New Art in Old Colony initiative
SPOKE Gallery, 840 Summer Street, Suite 103, S. Boston, MA 02127.
Destiny Palmer "Love Letter to a Black Woman "LEARN MORE + SOLO EXHIBITION
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Please join us at the SPOKE Gallery Wednesday, November 3rd for Enough is Enough, a showcase of the amazing work of young people in our YouthSpeak program. The event begins at 7 pm at the new SPOKE Gallery, 840 Summer Street, Suite 103, S. Boston, MA 02127. The event will be in a hybrid format, virtually and in-person.Watch Video
We invite artist to relocate themselves, and whose work facilitates dialogue.
A series of virtual talks with artists working at the intersection of creative expression and social change.
Students will have the opportunity to work in an array of artistic disciplines that fall under digital storytelling...
Amanda Shea is an International multidisciplinary artist residing in Boston, Massachusetts.
“Arts and Cultural work can restore and nourish people’s capacities to listen, to empathize, to communicate, to receive, to hope, to imagine, to trust, and to act compassionately –the very capacities required for sustainable coexistence and reconciliation”
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SPOKE cooperates with artists: · Who invite people to locate themselves anew · Whose work facilitates dialogue. · Who have expansive vision, are keen listeners, and approach art with compassion. · Who are capable of bearing witness to a broad range of human experience. · Whose work is a testimony to the conditions that cultivate, challenge, and transform communities. · Read the energy of a place, neighborhood, or community, and are creatively inspired by that energy. · Who believe in the mission of SPOKE to activate art to heal, transform communities, and build social cohesion.
The SPOKE Gallery is delighted to kick off 2022 with The Scene/Seen, an exhibition of recent quilt work by renowned Boston artist L’Merchie Frazier. Virtual Opening, February 9th, 2022 6:30 pm
SPOKE Gallery Opens New Year with Scene/Seen: New Work from Celebrated Boston Artists – L'Merchie Frazier – Virtual Opening: Wednesday, February 9, 6:30pm
National Black HIV Awareness Day – WeSPOKE Gallery talk on, Art, Equity and Health with panelists, Michael J. Bobbitt– Amanda Shea – Adrianna Boulin – Aaron Stone – Zola Powell – Charles Murrell III – and Letta Neely