Artist selected to create monumental (printed) mural
Join us online for the 2020 Cambridge Arts Open Studios: Oct 3 to Dec. 31. And meet the artists via Open Studios Live through Dec. 12.
Covid-19 update for Street Performer Participants & Partners.
$650,000 Commission. Deadline: Dec. 4
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Cambridge Arts embraces a vision that welcomes and supports everyone. Believing that a multiplicity of perspectives is essential to a strong society, we are committed, both in our policies and practices, to building participation in and awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the arts and all cultures. In our ongoing work to address cultural and historical inequities, we strive to be a community anchor that reflects the entire Cambridge community and expands access, opportunities, and inclusion in every form of creative expression. We value diverse voices and people of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic situations, religions, citizenship statuses, and family configurations.
To put this vision into practice, we are taking the following steps on our path towards equity, justice, and inclusion in our department. All of us at Cambridge Arts are engaged and excited by this work and learning. We work individually and as a team to think deeply on this work, learn, and honestly assess and strengthen our department, policies, practices, roles and responsibilities so that Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) practices are centered in everything we do on behalf of the Cambridge community. We are pursuing this work earnestly and honestly so that we can strengthen and improve our connection to and service on behalf of the City.
via Arts Connect International