Cambridge Arts Executive Director, Jason Weeks, leads a tour of Cambridge's public art collection in East Cambridge and Kendall Square.
Explore the work of over 100 visual and performing artists over one vibrant weekend at Cambridge Arts Open Studios!
Cambridge Arts invites you to engage with poetry!
Cambridge residents of any age are invited to submit one poem of their own work to the 2016 Sidewalk Poetry Contest, March 1-20, 2016.
As part of the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Local Cultural Council Program, Cambridge Arts makes annual awards to support arts and culture in the City.
Commissioned for the new Martin Luther King, Jr. and Putnam Avenue Upper Schools, Christopher Janney's Light Shadow: MLK is a 7-foot x 32-foot "urban musical instrument" designed to engage the school community in playful exploration. A computer model of the artwork will serve as a lab for STEAM learning, allowing students to reprogram the wall with their own light and soundscapes.
2015 has been a dynamic year for the arts in Cambridge. Our Community Arts, Public Art and Art Conservation & Maintenance programs have been engaged in critical and exciting work supporting artists and the arts in our community.