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A community-based public art project by internationally-acclaimed social sculptor Julia Vogl.
Our vision is to create a world class urban arts district in Salem’s Point Neighborhood, one that embraces its rich immigrant and architectural history and presents a dynamic opportunity for the neighborhood’s future
Guests are invited to participate in a re-purposed material art collage, and they will have the opportunity to join the Wave Band as it makes music with the Mix.
Ever pondered the who, what, how of Chinatown’s many public murals? Wonder no more! In honor of ArtWeek, join the Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE) for a 60-minute tour of public murals in Chinatown, revealing the stories and history behind them.
ARTS FIRST is Harvard's annual showcase of student and faculty creativity.
A spring celebration of unity and renewal brings together the food, music, and traditions of Lowell’s diverse cultures in this all volunteer event. Attendees will be able to personalize a floating water lantern (supplies and materials provided, first come first served) which will be displayed prior to their canal release. Light is a universal symbol and lanterns can symbolize a wish, remembrance, or just a reflection of self and their creative side! The centerpiece of the night is the release…
The goal of our Activist Art Generator is to bring artists together from all different genres (theater, dance, music, fine art, photography, film, etc.) to share ideas, knowledge and make connections, building relationships and creating an action plan for activist art.
This is an exceptional opportunity to meet Nancy Schön, the artist who created the iconic sculpture "Make Way for Ducklings," in a fun, intimate, and casual setting at one of Nancy's favorite places: The Wenham Museum!
On May 4th-6th, Pilgrim Hall Museum becomes the setting for visitors to embark on a pilgrimage into Plymouth history through the lens of art.
Wingin’ It with Local Artists” will feature five artists (Ryan McFee, Dan Ulme, Ashley Humason, Kyle Powers, and Vanessa Moore) who will talk a bit about their craft while participants enjoy Speedwell's famous chicken wings in artist-inspired flavors for the event.
After the race, get immersed in live music, interactive painting, post-race sketching, yoga and zumba, and meet new friends and local vendors at the Downtown Common Art Market.
The butterfly has long stood as a metaphor for change, transformation and metamorphosis. Our 8' x 8' version, mounted on the side of a Natick Center Cultural District vintage brick building, will be a colorful and majestic nod to these concepts.