A traditional holiday art fair held at Cambridge Center for Adult education featuring local vendors and artists.
The 2018 Holiday Art Sale features donated artwork by artists that are Member and Friends of the Cambridge Art Association! All artworks will be priced at $100!
What is Spaceus? The pop-up that’s set up shop inside a vacant spot in Harvard Square is at once an artist workspace, a storefront, and an event space. Two MIT architecture grad students founded Spaceus in the spring to address both artists’ needs and the city’s empty storefronts. “It was out of a frustration of basically […]
At 6 a.m. on a sunny Saturday earlier this fall, Somerville resident Liz LaManche arrived at the spacious Kendall Plaza, bearing an arsenal of string, chalk, and paint rollers. She began with the chalk, sketching out long straight lines. She enlisted an assistant to act as a human compass, holding one end of a string […]
An interdisciplinary conference that will provide a platform for scholars, artists, and community activists to explore the issue of violence against women on a global scale.
Join Amelia & Natasha of We’re Into It for a workshop to decorate pumpkins and learn the basics of fauxligraphy, a style of decorative hand lettering that looks similar to calligraphy, but can be done with any pen. We will focus on how you can turn your handwriting into beautiful, creative lettering and instantly turn your new set of […]
Join arts administrator Eva Rosenberg for a session on all things grants, with a focus on individual artists. Drawing on her experience consulting with the Boston Foundation, she’ll share information on Live Arts Boston, a grant opportunity for local performing artists, from 6:30-7:00pm. She’ll then speak more generally about how artists can identify grant opportunities […]
Why RED? For nearly 20 years, the Cambridge Art Association has hosted a fall exhibit, open to artists from the New England states, centered around a color – RED or BLUE, depending on the year. Both the success of the exhibit series, and the challenge to participating artists, lies in channeling the varied meanings of […]
Tuesday, August 28th – Thursday, August 30th, 4:00-5:00pm, $20/day or $50/all three During our End of Summer Crafternoon series, kids will join us in exploring all kinds of paper crafts, includng origami, paper flowers, bookbinding, collage and more! Spend one, two, or three fun afternoons getting your craft on before the start of school. Our […]
When visual artist Anne Plaisance moved here from Paris, she found two things striking: the sense of community in Greater Boston, and the number of people experiencing homelessness. She wracked her brain for a way that she could help Cambridge’s homeless population. She thought of starting a tiny houses project, but the executive director of […]
You’re Invited! to the Gallery 263 Annual Foraged Banquet. Menu by Chef Ellie Tiglao of the soon-to-open Tanamrestuarant and artspace, and Gallery 263 co-founder, David Craft. Enjoy hand crafted cocktails, followed by a three-course vegetarian meal accompanied by wine. Chef Tiglao will introduce each plate and its foraged components. Cocktails at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm […]
On Tuesday, April 17 at 5:30pm, join Richard Kane, director/producer, Nick Clark, director of the Ashley Bryan Center, and Sheliza Jamal, Arts in Education Ed.M. Student and Equity and Inclusion Fellow, for a screening and Q&A of I Know a Man..Ashley Bryan at the Harvard Graduate School of Education @ Larse G08. This event is […]