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IMPORTANT: Due to Covid-19, events listed on this site may be canceled or postponed. Please refer to organizer for schedule changes. Virtual events "in Arlington" may still be posted via ArtsBoston.org.
March 29, 2020
In a partial response to the Covid-19 crisis, the Arlington Commission for the Arts and Culture has launched a new ArtsArlington Creates Facebook group intended to connect people involved in our creative participatory projects, such as Plarn Art to Save the Planet, Artist-in-Residence Michelle Lougee‘s current public art project for the Minuteman Bikeway. Designed as […]
This April, in celebration of National Poetry Month, the Arlington Commission for Arts & Culture is honored to join Arlington Center for the Arts and Robbins Library in supporting The Red Letter Poems Project by Arlington Poet Laureate Steven Ratiner. Originally intended as a campaign sharing poetry by a variety of poets with randomly-selected households, the re-envisioned […]
March 20, 2020
Dear Friends in the Non-Profit Community, The Town of Arlington has compiled a page of resources available to small businesses, including non-profits, impacted by COVID-19. You’ll find it here. You’ll see that there is a business impact survey — please fill that out, as it will help make town and state officials aware of your […]
March 13, 2020
Steven Ratiner, Arlington’s New Poet Laureate, is extending the deadline for submissions from Arlington students! March 30 is the new deadline, giving students lots of time while the schools are closed to submit poems. The Details: Ratiner is working on a rather unconventional and utterly delightful way to inject poetry into the everyday, to be […]