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Monday, November 24, 2014


Tuesday, December 16th, 7-9pm, "Getting to Know Your Characters"

Join writer and Somerville Arts Council Fellowship recipient Whitney Scharer for a free 2-hour creative writing workshop called “Getting to Know Your Characters.” 

In this workshop, we will discuss ways of describing a character memorably and distinctly, and will explore some tools that help us get to know our characters well before we even put them on the page. We will look at examples (both good and bad) from published stories, discuss the authors’ techniques, and do some guided writing exercises that will help us get to know our characters better and describe them to the reader in compelling ways. The workshop is for fiction writers who are writing in the short fiction or novel form.
Free! At the Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville. The workshop will take place in the conference room. Please email

to sign up.

CALL FOR ABSTRACT ART - December 1, 2014

This show is open to all 2D and 3D artists who work in the abstract. Work must be original and have been completed in the past three years. All work must be for sale. The Umbrella takes 25% of each sale and the balance will be paid at the end of the show. Entry fee.


Friday, November 21, 2014


It is with great pleasure that I announce Cambridge Art Association's Winter/Spring 2015 Exhibition schedule! As part of our CAA at 70 exhibition year, these exhibits serve to showcase the talents of the broad and diverse creative communities - locally and nationally - that are served by the Association. The range of talent both presenting and curating work in the coming season - Michael Rush (Broad Art Museum at Michigan State), Ali Ringenburg (Sloane Merrill Gallery), Stephen Tourlentes (MassArt), Alexander Campos (The Center for Book Arts, NY) - underscores the wealth of support within our community for emerging and mid-career artists.

Our Artist Members are the great strength of the Association. This coming spring, we will showcase two groups of artists members at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery - Fields of Viewpoints (Covert, Duffy, Selesnick, White) in March; and Gilbert, Gilbert & Morse (Wally Gilbert, Celia Gilbert, and Diana Morse) in April.

Our 70th exhibition year culminates with a series of important shows - the 14th National Prize Show, juried by Michael Rush; our annual New Members Show; and Just Around the (Charles) Riverbend, presented in conjunction with, and celebrating 40 years of the People for Riverbend Park Trust.

We hope you will stop by one of the galleries, connect with local art and artists, and continue supporting the Cambridge Art Association!

Erin Becker
Norma Jean Calderwood Director

Creative Collaboration - Maud Morgan Pop-Up Show

January 21-29, 2015 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery | Closing reception, January 29, 5:30-7:30pm

A process show of work produced in a series of weekend workshops held at Maud Morgan Arts in Fall 2014.


February 5 - March 5, 2015 at University Place Gallery | Opening reception Friday, March 6, 5:30-7:30pm

A members' juried show, juried by Ali Ringenburg,
Owner & Director, Sloane Merrill Gallery (Boston MA)


February 5 - 27, 2015 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery
| Opening reception Wednesday, February 11, 6-8pm

A Members' Small Group Show, featuring work by David Covert, Kevin Duffy, Kristin Selesnick, and Pat White

"Four artists whose work reflects various ranges, prospects, scans, scopes, observations, interpretations, and involvement. Four artists whose landscapes are seen from a distance, close up; from an impressionist approach to effecting detail; from realism to simplified stylization; from excavating abstractions from stone and reducing to essentials; from translating road trip views into powerful paintings; from the reduction of landscape to unique elements. Four artists whose work has a common textural feel, informed by the natural world through personal experiences: landscapes re-imagined."


March 7 - 31, 2014 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery | Opening reception Saturday, March 7 1-3pm

A Juried Open Show, juried by Alexander Campos, Director and Curator, The Center for Book Arts (New York, NY)

We invite artists to explore both the form and function of the book, to consider not just the codex, but also the range of possibilities that exist both within and outside of the traditional structure of the book form.


March 12 - April 17, 2015 at University Place Gallery
| Opening reception Friday, March 13 6-8pm

A National Juried Photography Show, juried by Stephen Tourlentes

View the prospectus, and enter today.


April 3 - 30, 2015 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery | Reception Sunday, April 19, 2-4pm
A Members' Small Group Show featuring Wally Gilbert, Celia Gilbert, and Diana Morse.

CAA at 70

April 23 - May 8, 2015 at University Place Gallery | Reception Friday, May 8, 6-8pm
Curated by Erin Becker, Norma Jean Calderwood Director and Cory Shea, Assistant Director

A musing on Cambridge Art Association's past, present, and future.


May 15 - June 25, 2015 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery and University Place Gallery
| Opening Reception Friday, May 15, 6-8pm

A National Juried Show, juried by Dr. Michael Rush, Founding Director, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University


July 7 - August 27, 2015 at University Place Gallery
| Opening Reception Friday, July 10, 5-8pm

Celebrating 40 years of the People of Riverbend Park Trust and the legacy of Isabella Halsted. This show is open to the general public, and welcomes all images of and inspired by the Charles River.

Learn more about Riverbend Park and the 40 anniversary of the Trust.


July 7 - 24, 2015 at Kathryn Schultz Gallery
| Opening Reception Friday, July 10, 5-8pm


The Somerville Arts Council and Parts and Crafts announces a MUSCRAT Kids Maker series
Come out and check out our Multi Use Somerville Community Roving Art Transport vehicle as she hosts Parts and Crafts for a series of kids maker workshops. Learn more about electronics, woodworking and craft projects with Parks and Crafts staff.

We’re bring the MUSCRAT bus into the neighborhoods for this FREE series.
All workshops will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
Sat. Nov. 22, Clarendon Hill parking lot, 268 Power House Blvd.

For more information about the MUSCRAT and this series go to:
For more information about Parts and Crafts go to:

Thanks to Somerville Housing Authority, Mystic Learning Center, Welcome Project, Haitian Coalition, & City DPW and Traffic and Parking.


Despite her untimely passing over 3 1/2 years ago,
Cambridge/Somerville animator Karen Aqua's legacy lives on through
her wonderful films and artwork. A large number of Karen's color
pastel drawings have been lovingly framed and displayed, and will be
available for viewing and for sale on Sunday December 14th from 1-6pm
at Miller Street Studios in Somerville. This work includes artwork
originally created for Sesame Street and for her independent animated
films, as well as several larger works that Karen created during
breaks between films.

Sunday December 14th, 2014, 1-6pm
Miller Street Studios
11 Miller Street
Somerville, MA

There is a Facebook event page here:

If you can register there that you will be there, it will help me to
know how many people to expect.

Also for sale will be copies of the DVD compilation of Karen's films,
of which a small number remain.

It makes me very happy to have Karen's work out in the world. Please
feel free to stop by simply to view this collection of her wonderful
creations, and to join me in celebrating Karen's inspiring life.

Note that several other artists at 11 Miller St will also be opening
their studios at the same time, including Annie Silverman and
Alessandra Mariano.

All best,
Ken Field * *


We are thrilled to share news of a concert featuring works by 2013 Massachusetts Cultural Council Composition Fellows & Finalists!


Saturday, November 22, 2014
Davis Square Theatre, 255 Elm Street, Somerville, MA
Doors open 7:00, Concert begins at 7:30

Tamar Diesendruck
Derek Hurst
Evan Johnson
Ron Smith
James Bergin
Lou Bunk
David Kechley
Lew Spratlan

Works: Caccia (Gotcha!), Sixteen Cross Sections of Three Themes, 3 pieces for violin, Darkening Images, The What of the How, Supplement, Torsion for amplified viola and electronics, and Something Suspici ous for bass clarinet and electronics.

The concert was organized by Lou Bunk and Derek Hurst and features Rane Moore on clarinet/bass clarinet. She is joined by Ashleigh Gordon (viola), Shaw Pong Liu and Emily Kalish (violins). The event is supported with funding by the Somerville Arts Council.

A Facebook link to share:


The Argenziano School PTA in Union Sq, Somerville is excited to announce our first holiday craft fair. It will be held on Friday, December 12th from 6:30-9:30 pm in the school cafeteria and gym. Admission to the craft fair will be free to the general public. The event will be combined with our annual craft & cocoa for our students - we will have a separate area designated for children to make a craft and enjoy some winter goodies.

We would like to invite area crafters to join our event. You can fill out an application here:

Only handmade items will be considered.

The cost to rent a table is $25 plus a donation for our raffle table. Set-up for the event will begin at 5:30pm.

Please feel free to contact

with any questions.


The Board of Directors of Union Square Main Streets seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization through a new period of neighborhood change.

Union Square Main Streets (USMS) was founded in 2005 when residents and business owners came together with representatives of the city government to revive their neighborhood as a commercial and community center. Over the past ten years Mimi Graney served as the organization’s Executive Director. During that time USMS launched and grew signature programs including the Union Square Farmers Market and the annual Fluff Festival, and helped dozens of new businesses open in what is now a nationally recognized creative hub. The organization and the neighborhood is on the cusp of significant changes as long term efforts move into new phases; the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) has broken ground on the long-awaited Green Line Extension, which will significantly improve public transit access between Union Square and downtown Boston, and the enacting of a revitalization plan promises 2.3 million square feet of new transit oriented development across seven blocks near that station slated to open in late 2018.

Reporting to the USMS Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the day to day operations of USMS and serves as an external champion, organization builder, and internal manager during this period of exciting growth.

See the job description and how to apply here:

Thursday, November 20, 2014


Call to Artists: Request for Qualifications

Cambridge Arts Council’s Digital Public Art Registry

Submissions: Ongoing (Recommended: December 15, 2014)

The Public Art Program of the Cambridge Arts Council is calling all artists interested in working in the public realm to enter our digital artist registry.

Registration is free and easy – upload digital files of work samples and complete a form of biographic information and you will be considered for all future public art commissions.

For the December 15 deadline, we are particularly seeking qualifications from artists interested in designing and building structures suitable for integration into new designs for parks and to serve the City’s current goal of integrating open, intergenerational play.

Since 1979, we have commissioned artists for percent-for-art projects large and small throughout the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts. We continuously seek greater diversity in our programs and urge artists of all backgrounds, locales, and working in any medium to become part of our registry.

How to Submit:
Submit images of past work and biographical information at Once entered in the Cambridge Arts Council artist registry you will remain eligible for all future public art commissions with the City of Cambridge.

For more information about the Cambridge Arts Council please visit For technical support using Slideroom, please email For other questions please contact Public Art Administrator, Jeremy Gaucher, at

SCHOOL OF HONK - November 23, 2014

This Sunday, Nov 23 at sprout (339R Summer St.)

As usual, we will begin at 3 pm offering individual help on particular songs. At 3:30, we'll run through Rock Anthem, Cariñito, Ghostbusters and Do Watcha Wanna, and take some turns at some simple solos and improvisation. Then around 4:15, we'll step off again for another parade around the neighborhood. As always, everyone is encouraged to bring refreshments or any other treat they want to share with the group.

Recordings and sheet music available on our Facebook Page .

Hope to see you all Sunday!

on behalf of the School of HONK!

Join our band!

WHO: Anyone, of any age or musical experience, who wants to have fun playing loud and lively music, mostly outside, to support our community. Families encouraged to join.

WHAT: Bring any acoustic instrument you like (or we can find one for you). We’ll play all musical genres, drawing especially from world street band traditions as well as American popular music.

WHEN: Every Sunday afternoon, 3-5 pm, beginning October 26.

WHERE: sprout at 339R Summer St. in Somerville.

COST: No fee - donations of any amount accepted.

QUESTIONS: / 617-977-4894

Wednesday, November 19, 2014


A catastrophe befell my store yesterday when someone tripped and knocked my shelving unit full of pottery over :- (

I'd like to make "lemonade" out of the beautiful shards by calling on any of you mosaic artists or other creative types to literally "pick up the pieces" and turn this unfortunate situation into artwork.

Please stop by Blue Cloud Gallery in Ball SQ any time and salvage what you can. My hours are Tues. thru Fri. 11-7, Sat. 10-6 and Sun. 10-4.

I would feel a whole lot better if something good could come out of this!


Betsy Lenora
owner, Blue Cloud Gallery


1st Annual Holiday Greeting Recording at SCATV: Saturday, November 22nd, 10am-3:30pm. Reserve your spot today to ensure you get this free video!

You are invited to the SCATV studios for our 1st annual Holiday Greeting festivities! Come with your family, friends, neighbors, work friends or solo to record your holiday greeting this season!

Where will it air?

Once the videos are completely done, we will upload all the videos to our Youtube page and you can share this short video with friends, family and neighbors. It will also be aired on Channel 3 which streams live on our website.

If you wish to have a digital file, you will need to schedule a time to visit SCATV studios the following week and you can bring a thumb drive with you to transfer the file.

For more information, contact us at or at 617.628.8826.


Just Submit Online: An Artist's Guide to Electronic Exhibition Submissions

Part 4 of the Social Media for Artists Series
Presented in collaboration with Cambridge Community Television
$10 for CAA and CCTV Members, $15 for non-members

In this workshop, learn about the common rules and guidelines for submitting your artwork to exhibitions online. The class will take a look at some specific platforms, as well as provide general information about how to prepare your digital stills and video for online submission. If time permits, the instructor will go over researching online exhibition opportunities.

Click here to register today!

*Pre-registration recommended.

Artist Talk: Motion Envisioned
A discussion with the artists: Bea Grayson, Bob Hesse, and Ruth Lieberherr

Artwork courtesy of Bob Hesse

Kathryn Schultz Gallery and Offices 25 Lowell Street Cambridge MA 02138

University Place Gallery 124 Mt Auburn Street Cambridge MA 02138 * 617-876-0246 *

Monday, November 17, 2014


The Somerville Arts Council is please to support and announce:

Concert of Work by MCC Composers

We are thrilled to share news of a concert featuring works by 2013 Massachusetts Cultural Council Composition Fellows & Finalists!


Saturday, November 22, 2014
Davis Square Theatre, 255 Elm Street, Somerville, MA
Doors open 7:00, Concert begins at 7:30

Tamar Diesendruck
Derek Hurst
Evan Johnson
Ron Smith
James Bergin
Lou Bunk
David Kechley
Lew Spratlan

Works: Caccia (Gotcha!), Sixteen Cross Sections of Three Themes, 3 pieces for violin, Darkening Images, The What of the How, Supplement, Torsion for amplified viola and electronics, and Something Suspicious for bass clarinet and electronics.

The concert was organized by Lou Bunk and Derek Hurst and features Rane Moore on clarinet/bass clarinet. She is joined by Ashleigh Gordon (viola), Shaw Pong Liu and Emily Kalish (violins). The event is supported with funding by the Somerville Arts Council.

A Facebook link to share:

Gregory Jenkins
Executive Director
Somerville Arts Council
617.625.6600 ext. 2985
City of Somerville
Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone


Coro Dante, an Italian language chorus at the Dante Alighieri Center in Cambridge, is presenting its annual Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 5pm. Admission is free.

Pianist and Assistant Conductor Cheryl Forest Morganson and some of the singers live in Somerville. New singers are always welcome. Further details from:


Bringing the Power of Biology into the Forefront of the Climate Movement

Nov. 21-23, 2014

Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts

Organized and Sponsored by Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.
Co-sponsored by Tufts Institute of the Environment and The Center for
International Environment and Resource Policy at the Fletcher School of Tufts University


The land on the left is reversing global warming by capturing carbon dioxide and water by proper use of keystone animal species and land management; the land on the right is exacerbating it though soil degradation and loss of carbon to the atmosphere.
Kroon Family photo.

“I urge students, colleagues, and the public to attend the Biodiversity for a Livable Climate conference." - Prof. William Moomaw, Tufts University, Founder, Center for International Environment and Resource Policy


Background and Hope

In order to address the destructive climate processes that are already under way, we need safe, low-tech, and inexpensive solutions to drawdown prodigious amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Fortunately, there is a way: the capacity of the natural world to store carbon in soils worldwide.

This conference highlights innovations in soil restoration for carbon capture, bringing together leaders from around the world in climate and soil science, restorative land management, and climate activism. It will explore the potential, the practices, and the policy implications.

Together we can open this essential “second front” in the climate movement, complementing emissions reductions, and offering hope for a livable future. There will be many opportunities for networking and audience participation.

Land Restoration in Mexico: 1963 – 2003. Identical views of a transformed landscape.
Carbon is captured while enhancing food and water security. Guillermo Osuna photos.

“Why do we want to host a conference like this? Because harnessing biology represents a new paradigm for climate mitigation that gives us hope.” - Prof. Antje Danielson, Director, Tufts Institute of the Environment

“A large fraction of anthropogenic climate change resulting from CO2 emissions is irreversible on a multi-century to millennial time scale, except in the case of a large net removal of CO2 from the atmosphere over a sustained period.” - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fifth Assessment Report, 2013

“The potential for land to hold carbon and act as a sink for greenhouse gases is unparalleled.” - United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification


Speakers Overview

Speakers include leaders from science, land management, and climate activism.

Details below and on the speakers page. A breakdown by category is as follows (understanding that there are overlaps in all areas):

Science: Steven Apfelbaum, Applied Ecological Service; John Carroll, University of New Hampshire; Veronika Miranda Chase, Remineralize the Earth; Antje Danielson, Tufts University; Tom Goreau, Global Coral Reef Alliance; Mark Leighton, Harvard Extension School; Hugh McLaughlin, Alterna Biocarbon, Inc.; William Moomaw, Tufts University; Greg Retallack, University of Oregon; Richard Teague, Texas A&M

Land Management / Practitioner: Dorn Cox, Green Start; Candace Ducheneaux, Hohwoju Lakota Tribe; Dan Kittredge, Bionutrient Food Association; Charlotte O’Brien, Carbon Drawdown Solutions; Precious Phiri, Africa Center for Holistic Management, Zimbabwe; Ethan Roland, The Carbon Farming Course; Ridge Shinn, restorative grazing consultant

Activism: Gabrielle Bastien, Harvard Graduate School and Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; Ronnie Cummins, Organic Consumers Association; Diana Donlan, Center for Food Safety’s Cool Foods Campaign, Eli Gerzon, Better Future Project; Sue Harden, Restoration activist and high school biology teacher (retired); Seth Itzkan, Planet-TECH Associates & Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; Larry Kopald, The Carbon Underground; Jim Laurie, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; Tom Newmark, The Carbon Underground; Gary Rucinski, Citizens Climate Lobby; Karl Thidemann, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; Vanessa Rule, Mothers Out Front; Adam Sacks, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; Judith Schwartz, Author & Journalist


Hi. My name is Basil I create wearable-art characters called Fine Art Superheroes. I exhibit the Fine Art Superheroes through live performances and photographs. These avatars embody desires intrinsic to the creative process, wearing motifs that evoke creativity, harmony, protest, and transformation. I use motifs from Arabic calligraphy, Arabesque Art, and Art Nouveau, painted onto cotton unitards using acrylic paint for fabric.

I'm looking for dancers to collaborate with on a short performance for Medicine Wheel's World Aids Day/ A Day Without Art. I am donating my time, materials, and creative efforts to this vigil, and unfortunately I don't have resources to pay my collaborating dancer. If it is something you can do I'm confident that you'll find the experience rewarding. All the artists involved are donating their artistic contributions to cause that speaks to us all as creatives. As a token of my gratitude for your participation I would be happy to have printed for you a photograph from your performance, that could become part of your portfolio.

If this sound like something you would like to participate in please email me at basil.elhalwagy@... . We'll set up a time to meet I'll share with you more about my artwork.

Also, I've included links to one photo of each Fine Art Superhero. You may want to think about which one you gravitate toward most.
Thank you for considering!
Basil El Halwagy

From Left to Right
The Untitled Man, Doñagdeo, Remon, Electrostar

SCATV GALLERY EXHIBITION - Through December 19, 2014

DOTS and DASHES: Paintings by Dixie Manley
@The SCATV Gallery 90 Union Square, Somerville, MA
Now thru Dec 19, 2014
Dixie Dixie Manley is a self-taught abstract artist with a unique approach to painting. This artist uses traditional materials, paint and canvas, in a very nontraditional way. Sometimes Dixie Manley uses a brush to create images on the canvas; other times she pours the paint on to the canvas, and gently coaxes the paint to create the image. The end result is a diverse and impressive body of work. Dixie Manley uses color, shapes and glitter to give her paintings energy and spirit which she graciously and generously shares with the viewer.

Check out Dixie Manley’s ART@SCATV interview with Janet Cormier, Program Host and SCATV Gallery on Tuesdays @ 6:30 PM on Channel 3 for Somerville residents, or online at


Calling vendors for Pop Up Holiday Market

Seeking artists and craftspeople to participate in a Pop Up Holiday Market on December 13 and 14 in Union Square. Some jewelry; ceramics, glass, accessories(Hats, scarves, mittens, bags, etc.), glass, photos, holiday ornaments/ wreaths, soaps/ lotions, wood, kids clothing, pet stuff and other cool stuff.

This idea for the market has “popped up” quickly and due to the late date I am looking for people before the space has been secured. It’s not worth pursuing if there aren’t enough vendors available so I can’t guarantee anything yet. We are anticipating confirmation of space availability this week. Information on price and booth size will then be determined.

If interested please contact with the following information :


business name

phone #

medium/ price range

and 2-3 jpegs of your work(one that could be used for PR )

by November 29th. There is limited space so apply soon!

Thanks !

JoAnne Coppolo

617 642-3614

Sunday, November 16, 2014


Gallery 344: Magazine Beach - A Place Apart

In 2015, landscape designs for Magazine Beach - Cambridge’s 2nd largest park - will be updated and its future cast. Magazine Beach – A Place Apart looks closely at the history of these 15 acres along the Charles River from a wooded island on a tidal estuary to its current form. It examines the forces that have defined it uses - for gunpowder storage, a river bathing beach, a boathouse for rowers, a storm water sewage treatment plant, and as a favorite swimming, picnicking and recreation destination.

Magazine Beach – A Place Apart offers a meditation on the past, present, and future of this dynamically changing place. We invite you to contribute to the conversation. What does Magazine Beach mean to you and what do you hope for its future?

Exhibition Dates: November 3, 2014 – February 27, 2015

Opening Reception: Monday, November 17, 2014, from 6-8pm

Gallery 344 is located at the City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA. It is free and open to the public on Monday, 8:30am-8pm; Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30am-5pm; Friday, 8:30-12Noon.

Learn More:

Magazine Beach – A Place Apart was developed by the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association (CNA) in collaboration with the Cambridge Arts Council, drawing on the resources of the Cambridge Historical Commission.

Cambridge Arts Open Studios: Call to Artists!

Visual and performing artists working in all media are invited to participate in the 7th annual city-wide Cambridge Arts Open Studios May 9th and 10th.

Artists can either open their personal studio to the public or participate in common venues located throughout Cambridge’s diverse neighborhoods. This year Cambridge Arts invites performing artists to showcase their work by pairing with a studio artist or common venue.

For more information about participating in Cambridge Arts Open Studios call 617-349-4385 or

7th Annual City-Wide Cambridge Arts Open Studios: May 9-10, 2015 from 12-6pm

Open Studios Kick-Off Session: Monday, November 17, 6pm

Join us to learn more about Cambridge Arts Open Studios, meet our staff and then head over to Gallery 344 to mix and mingle at the Magazine Beach reception!

Cambridge City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway, 2nd Floor – free and open to the public

Early Registration Deadline: Wednesday, December 31

Registration Deadline: Saturday, January 31

Register Online:

Cambridge Community Day at Harvard Art Musuems
The Harvard Art Museums, showing the new addition (October 25, 2014). Photo: Peter Vanderwarker
The Harvard Art Museums, showing the new addition (October 25, 2014). Photo: Peter Vanderwarker
Celebrate the re-opening of Harvard Art Museums with a special advance preview for Cambridge residents.

Cambridge Community Day

Saturday, November 15
10:00am - 7:00pm

To reserve your FREE tickets, please visit

Did you know? Cambridge residents are offered free admission to the Harvard Art Museums year-round.

Artists Under the Dome 2014

The eight annual Artists Under the Dome event will take place on Wednesday, November 12th at the Massachusetts State House. Artists working in all disciplines are invited to this celebratory event organized by the Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition.

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