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  • 34 Artists And Organizations Awarded $112,461 In Local Cultural Council Grant Funding By Cambridge Arts


    34 artists and organizations are being awarded $112,461 in Local Cultural Council Grant funding by Cambridge Arts and the City of Cambridge. Funded projects include a comics camp for foster children, a hip-hop dance class for seniors, a celebration of the history of Black American music, a poetry writing program pairing teens with older adults, an elementary school playwriting project addressing the indigenous history and ecosystem of the Charles River, performances of short plays by short plays by Asian Americans, a documentary about the late Cambridge artist Peter Valentine, and a documentary about The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub.

  • Sell Your Art At Harvard Farmer's Market


    Sell your art at Cambridge Arts' Art Market at Harvard University's Farmer's Market, located on the Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., in Harvard Square, Cambridge. The Art Market takes place on the last Tuesday of each month, from June 25 to Oct. 29. Apply by Monday, May 20:

  • Nonprofits Invited To Table At 2024 Cambridge Arts River Festival


    Local arts and cultural organizations, community groups, and other Cambridge-based nonprofit organizations are invited to table at the 2024 Cambridge Arts River Festival on Saturday, June 15, 2024, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nonprofits can participate for free.

  • $67,500 In Art For Social Justice Grants Awarded By Cambridge Arts


    Nine projects that have been awarded Art for Social Justice Grants totaling $67,500 by Cambridge Arts and the City of Cambridge in 2024.

  • Deadline Extended For COVID Recovery Grants


    Cultural nonprofits active in Cambridge now have a little more time to turn in their applications for the Create Cambridge: Arts Nonprofit Recovery Grant, which offers COVID-19 Recovery Grants ranging from $6,000 to $30,000.

  • Free Arts Events


    Cambridge Arts presents free arts events this spring and summer.

  • $81,000 In Organizational Investment Grants Awarded To 9 Cambridge Nonprofits


    Nine Cambridge cultural organizations have been awarded $81,000 in Organizational Investment Grants by Cambridge Arts and the City of Cambridge. The nonprofits are community art centers, associations and performance venues. They offer teaching and professional development, live music and dance, and broadcast cultural programming to diverse audiences. The funding program provides $9,000 grants to each nonprofit to support operational costs, sustainability, and resiliency for local cultural organizations that benefit Cambridge residents.

  • Call For Food And Arts Vendors For 2024 Cambridge Arts River Festival


    Food and arts vendors are invited to apply to sell their goods at the 2024 Cambridge Arts River Festival on Saturday, June 15, 2024 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Cambridge’s Memorial Drive riverfront.

  • $6K-$30K COVID Recovery Grants For Cultural Nonprofits


    Cultural nonprofits active in Cambridge are eligible for a new round of COVID-19 Recovery Grants ranging from $6,000 to $30,000.

  • New Exhibition: How We Care For 280+ Public Artworks


    How does Cambridge Arts maintain the City of Cambridge’s collection of more than 280 public artworks? “Rust Happen(s): Caring for the Public Art Collection" offers a behind-the-scenes look at the public art conservation program of the city’s arts agency. The exhibition debuts at Cambridge Arts’ Gallery 344 at 344 Broadway, Cambridge, on March 18, 2024, followed by a free, public reception on Monday, March 25, from 6 to 8 p.m.

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