CALL TO ARTISTS: Transform Arlington’s Orange Parklet Barriers
May 26, 2021

The Town of Arlington has been setting up “parklets” – outdoor seating areas located in parking spots protected from traffic by orange plastic barriers. To make these areas more inviting and to spruce up public spaces with vibrant art, ACAC seeks a variety of proposals from artists to transform barriers with an application of colorful adhesive […]

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CALL TO ARTISTS: Volunteers Sought for Painting Poems by Hand

If you have a steady hand, experience with paint, and enjoy typography, sign painting and/or hand lettering, please consider spending a Saturday or two with the amazing Kenji Nakayama painting haiku in storefront windows! This project is the culmination of Neighborhood Haiku, a public art/poetry mashup; we’ve issued a Call for Haiku to the community requesting […]

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EcoWeek PANEL DISCUSSION: Art to Awareness to ACTION
May 7, 2021

Learn How You Can Stop Plastic Pollution On Wednesday, May 12, 7 – 8:30pm join this discussion featuring a dynamic group of speakers presenting innovative projects in Mexico, Philadelphia, and Arlington. U.S. Congresswoman Katherine Clark joins us via pre-recorded video as she shares her work crafting federal legislation to advance systemic change. Learn steps you can take […]

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Free Zoom Haiku Workshops for Public Art Project Celebrating Arlington Heights
May 6, 2021

You are invited to write haiku – a short 3 line poem – celebrating the distinctive neighborhood of Arlington Heights.  You can write on your own, with friends or family, or during a free zoom workshop with Arlington poet/teacher Jessie Brown.  In these fun interactive workshops we discuss what makes a good haiku, how to […]

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