The Mosesian Center for the Arts is dedicated to providing engaging, inclusive, and affordable artistic experiences for people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Each year, MCA welcomes over 120,000 visitors, from sixty-eight communities in the Greater Boston region, through access to high quality arts and cultural activities, including theatrical productions, concerts, visual and performing arts classes, literary readings, and gallery exhibitions.
Without a supportive community, none of this work would be possible.
Ticket sales, class tuition, and space rentals might raise up to 70% of our income (much less this year) and we rely on donations to meet our operating costs and keep programming affordable. Your support helps us to keep the lights on, produce a broad mix of low cost and free programming, and provide families in need with tuition assistance. We appreciate whatever support you can give.
There are many ways to give to MCA. Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
View our 2020 Annual Report
Your unrestricted gift will go to where it’s needed most, allowing us to continue to provide visual, performing, and literary arts programming that is both accessible and affordable.
Watertown Children’s Theatre fosters self-discovery, creativity, and confidence by providing children from all backgrounds with the opportunity to develop skills in acting, voice, and movement. Our visual arts classes and workshops inspire students of all ages to participate in the arts by picking up a paintbrush, building with clay, creating collages, and much more. Your generous donation will help us provide students in need with tuition assistance for our performing and visual arts classes.
The Michael J. Denneen Legacy Fund at the Mosesian Center for the Arts was established in 2018 in honor of Mike, our beloved and respected Board Chair at the time of his passing. Mike gave back to our artistic community in so many ways. Through this fund his legacy will live on, touching the lives of those who participate and appreciate music at the Center by supporting music programming, including Earfull, and the purchase of related sound equipment – both of which Mike was extremely passionate about. Hans Christian Anderson may have said it best, “Where words fail, music speaks.”