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Giant Deer in Inman Square from the front
A Giant Deer Lands in Inman Square
The Giant Deer in Inman Square is a 3,500-pound, 12-foot sculpture created and placed to serve as a landmark in the reconstructed and improved square.
Foundry Grand Opening Dance Demonstration photo courtesy of Cambridge Arts
Cambridge Celebrates Opening of its Newest Creative Center the Foundry
The 50,000 square foot space offers opportunities in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, as well as areas and programs for visual and performing arts, entrepreneurship, workforce education, and community activities.
Image of Nailah Randall-Bellinger and RootsUprising's “Initiation—In Love Solidarity," was presented at the Multicultural Arts Center in 2022 as part of Cambridge Arts Ripple Festival. The presentation was a 2-part dance journey remembering the Middle Passage as a means to reclaiming Black humanity. Photo: Aaron King
Encouraging Arts & Economic Vitality
Many programs and policies were created, supported, and expanded that promote and enhance Cambridge’s retail and arts environment.
Rendering of Tobin-Montessori School entrance.
Investing in Our Community
Investments are being made in school buildings, firehouses, arts and cultural spaces, broadband, and more.
Foundry Ribboncutting 6-22-22
Renovated Foundry Building to Reopen this Fall as Center for Creativity and Collaboration
The transformation of the historic Foundry Building at 101 Rogers Street is nearing completion following COVID related construction delays and is expected to open this fall. This massive brick building, originally constructed as an iron foundry in 1889, is an adaptive reuse project that will reopen as a self-sustaining center for creativity and collaboration for the Cambridge community.
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