ACAC Awarded Grant for PATHWAYS Expansion
October 31, 2019

The ACAC has received a $2,500 grant from the Mass. Cultural Council to bring Michelle Lougee to town as Arlington’s first PATHWAYS artist-in-residence for a year-long collaborative public art project. Lougee is well known in the Boston area for her colorful sculpture, crocheted from recycled plastic bags and inspired by sea creatures, seed pods, and microscopic […]

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Arlington Open Studios 2019
October 28, 2019

The Arlington Center for the Arts is presenting its 20th Annual Arlington Open Studios event on Saturday, November 16, 11am – 6pm! This event showcases artists and artisans from Arlington and beyond in a display of arts in all its forms and media. There will be more than 60 visual artists in attendance displaying work […]

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Call for Artists: Teen Banner Initiative

The Public Art Committee of Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture kicks off the 5th year of the Youth Banner Initiative! Teens in grades 6 – 12 who live in Arlington OR attend school in Arlington are invited to submit creative and thoughtful artwork around the 2019 theme – CYCLES. Winning artwork will be digitized, printed on […]

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Artist Talk: Outside|In
October 8, 2019

On Friday, October 18, beginning at 6pm, you are welcome to attend a special artist talk, hosted by 13FOREST Gallery. Outside|In features 3 artists: two of whom have just completed public art projects in town – Freedom Baird, and Katherine Shozawa — and a third, Michelle Lougee, who will be launching her project in December.  […]

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