Whether you’re planning a wedding, corporate event, a pop up shop, gala, or any other special event, Villa Victoria Center for the Arts has four versatile and beautiful spaces available for rent.

Conveniently located in the heart of Boston’s South End, the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts is surrounded by a vibrant city setting and historical brownstones.Our team will work with you to ensure we meet your expectations and make your event a success! From seated dinners, to cocktail parties, to concerts, conferences or fundraisers, we will work with you to guarantee a great experience. Our center provides several amenity options such as:  full service bar, delicious caterers, and logistical assistance. We are here to work with you to plan logistics for an unforgettable event experience. Take a look at the space and some possibilities here.
Upcoming Events
Emerging Latino Artist
Friday April 6, 6:30PM
Featuring new artist of Latin American origin or heritage working within innovative and contemporary visual art production in New England.
Free please register
Los Colores de Frida
Saturday April 7, 1:00PM
Bring the whole family to enjoy this bilingual one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo
Free event please register
Junot Diaz: Island Born/Lola
Sunday April 8, 3:30PM
Pulitzer-prize winning author Junot Díaz arrives at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts to debut his latest work, Islandborn. lllustrated by Leo Espinosa, Islandborn celebrates cultural diversity in America and our imagination's boundless ability to connect us to our families, to our past and to ourselves. “Immigrant communities don’t get enough books and they certainly don’t get enough love and I hope Islandborn will be both,” says Díaz. “On the surface, Islandborn tells of a girl’s journey of discovery but it's also a celebration of the kind of imaginaries that we immigrants have often needed to make homes for ourselves where previously there were none. When your life is scattered over multiple worlds a strong imagination is a straight-up necessity.” Junot Díaz was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New Jersey. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Drown; The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award; and This Is How You Lose Her, a New York Times bestseller and National Book Award finalist. A graduate of Rutgers University, Díaz is currently the fiction editor at Boston Review and the Rudge and Nancy Allen Professor of Writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.* Come meet this incredible author and help us celebrate this important new story! Copies of his book will be available for purchase at the event. *courtesy of Penguin Random House.
All Events

Space rental available from Monday to Saturday, all year round.

For more information, you can contact Kate Kostopoulos at (617) 927-1742 or kkostopoulos@ibaboston.org