Cambridge Arts is excited to announce that we are once again issuing permits for street performers as the City reopens from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Cambridge Arts for our 2021 Stream Festival on Saturday, June 5, it’s a virtual version of the City’s annual River Festival.
What Would You Like The Artists To Know?
Funded Cambridge projects highlight Indian poetry, Puerto Rican elders, voting rights, queer lives, climate change, and the Charles River. Grant-funded projects range from a queer Bible musical to a locally-made comics festival to a documentary about Rodney’s Bookstore and Central Square.
$90,000 in grants fund projects ranging from a mural celebrating scientists of color and a teen film festival to hip hop performances and free tap dance classes.
Nine projects awarded Art for Racial Justice Grants
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Cambridge Arts restores Maduna’s “Inner City Totems" at the Cambridge Community Center and Margaret Fuller House.
New funding program provides $9,000 grants to local cultural organizations to support operational costs, sustainability, and resiliency in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The role of the Commission is to guide the implementation of the Public Art Ordinance and the Art Gifts and Donation Policy, and to advise on the overall direction of the Public Art Program. The Commission brings its collective expertise to bear on discussions regarding the various program areas of the Cambridge Public Art Program, such as acquisition and deaccession, project planning, maintenance, conservation, educational programming, and the exhibitions in Gallery 344. The Commission reviews every percent-for-art project from artists’ proposals to final design. PAC approval is required before a project can go into fabrication.