Opus Affair helps you connect with arts and culture events and the other people interested in the arts.
Most folks know Opus for their monthly networking event, which floats around to different bars and restaurants around Boston and is open to anyone with an interest in the arts. Some people come to Opus Affair for professional networking, others to make friends with an interest in the arts. There’s no fixed agenda. Just a chance to connect with other people sharing an interest in arts and culture.
But Opus Affair is about more than just social events. Their website has a calendar with linked member profiles, to make it easy to see which people are involved in creating arts events and search for people with specific shared interests. And that event database powers other arts calendars, like the Boston Opera Calendar and StageSource’s brand new online StagePage.
The Opus Affair team also works with arts and culture organizations in Boston and beyond on building their own communities, by providing marketing consulting services. Local organizations they work with include Actors’ Shakespeare Project, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston Baroque, Boston Athenaeum, Boston Lyric Opera, Odyssey Opera, White Snake Projects, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, along with organizations in New York, Chicago, DC, Detroit, Dallas, Portland, and Providence.
Individual membership is free and open to anyone. Create a brief profile to introduce yourself to the group and keep an eye out for the next event.