Arts in Chelsea

Chelsea has a vibrant artists community and is home to all kinds of creative people.  The following links will give some insight into the arts in Chelsea.

Everyone from emerging, cutting edge bands to seasoned musicians like Max Weinberg have recorded at 1867 Recording Studio on Broadway in Chelsea.  Facebook.  Email.
guitarist playing in 1867 Recording Studio
 
Apollinaire Theatre's logo
189 Winnisimmet Street
617-887-2336
We know the Apollinaire as our award-winning, cutting edge, local theater in one of Chelsea's most historic buildings. But rather than remaining one of Chelsea's hidden gems, Apollinaire is thinking big. Construction is under way to establish the Apollinaire as a theater hub for smaller theater companies throughout the region by building a black box theater, a rehearsal room, a costume shop, and set shop to be rented out to small theater companies struggling to find places to rehearse, perform, create sets, and design costumes.  There will also be a new Youth Theatre which will not be available for rent, but will remain Apollinaire's own.  

The $1 million project, which the Boston Globe calls "unprecedented", was able to get under way with a $250,000 grant from MassDevelopment as part of its Transformational Development Initiative (TDI) Coworking Program and $110,000 plus project management services from the City of Chelsea.  The City's investment in the project reflects its ongoing efforts to have Chelsea Square designated as a Massachusetts Cultural District.
 
Chelsea Artists' Collaborative logoChelsea Art Walk logo
 
 
 
 
 
The Chelsea Artists' Collaborative, better known as CharColl, are the folks behind the annual Chelsea Art Walk which takes place each June.  Facebook.  Email.
 
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