Arts

“Revolución Chicha” Comes to Cambridge

Many of the works currently on display in the “Revolución Chicha” exhibit at the Lesley University Lunder Arts Center were brought to the United States in curator Andrew Mroczek’s luggage, rolled up, when he was leaving Peru for the twelfth time in six years.  Mroczek, a Somerville resident, had been visiting different parts of the […]

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Youth Program Explores Voting Through Theater

What kind of world do you want to live in? What do you think we—collectively, as a country—could do to get there? Do you think voting has any connection to that? These are some of the questions that the young people of Youth Underground, Central Square Theater’s program for people ages 13 to 25, asked […]



Community Jukebox Chosen as Public Artwork for the Foundry

A jukebox filled with community recordings will be the public art centerpiece for the Foundry building, a 37,500-square-foot space that the city is redeveloping into what Cambridge Arts describes as “a public community space for art, entrepreneurship, technology and workforce education.” The building, located at 101 Rogers St., is expected to open in 2021. Elisa […]