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Art Flows at Arlington’s Spy Pond

October 12, 2021

Two Arlington artists hope to inspire people to rehabilitate waterways. Confluence, a new public art installation by Arlington artists Laurie Bogdan and Kimberley Harding, is on display at Spy Pond Park near the playground through October 31. This piece is made from rope that is finger woven in the “sprang” method. It shows a river […]

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Dallin Museum Celebrates Arlington’s First Official Indigenous People’s Day
September 30, 2021

This year marks the first year Arlington will officially be celebrating Indigenous People’s Day. The change was passed at Town Meeting last January. In honor of Arlington’s inaugural Indigenous People’s Day, the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum is hosting Ute Elder Forrest Cuch in a virtual event on October 7 at 7pm. Cuch, Ute Tribal Elder […]

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Chamber Launches ‘Visit Arlington Magazine & Community Guide’
September 18, 2021

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce announced today that the premiere issue of the Visit Arlington Magazine & Community Guide has been released as an e-magazine. The print version of the magazine will be released later this month and will be distributed via a combination of free outlets around Arlington and surrounding towns and via direct […]

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Grants Committee Announces Opening of the 2021 Grant Application Cycle
September 4, 2021

The Grants Committee of the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture offers grants annually that typically range from $150 to $1000. A grant can be used for many purposes to benefit the community of Arlington, including using the arts to create cultural inclusion, to bring interpretive science or history to life, or to address social […]

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Register Now for Arlington Community Education Fall Classes
August 20, 2021

Arlington Community Education (ACE) Fall registration is now open. Catalogs have been mailed to Arlington addresses, featuring hundreds of classes for adults, kids, and families. It is also viewable online at ArlingtonCommunityEd.org. Classes begin the week of September 20, with a mix of in-person, outdoor, and online options. Indoor adult classes will take place in […]

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STUDENT CONVERSATIONS ON CLIMATE CHANGE: MEET AND GREET

By Clara Schneider, Rachel Barglow, Tamaki Sugihara On July 19, 2021, we met with 15 diverse Arlington organizations in a meet and greet via Zoom. This meet and greet allowed us to interact and learn from members of these organizations about their various goals and achievements. Organizations in attendance included groups focused on eliminating waste, […]

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LexArt Announces Call for Collaboration with Arlington Artists and Instructors
August 17, 2021

Lexington Arts and Crafts Society (LexArt) would like to extend an invitation to artists and instructors of ArtsArlington to submit artworks to Reflection/Reawakening/Resilience, an exhibition meant to celebrate our collective reemergence, reflect on our shared experience, and look to the future. LexArt is inviting artists and instructors from neighboring community arts organizations to join us […]

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Student Conversations on Climate Change: Communicating Effectively
August 8, 2021

Remembrance of Climate Futures/Arlington is a youth-led Arlington based version of Northeastern professor Tom Starr’s regional public art initiative. Over the summer, 12 interns from Arlington High School will be researching impacts of climate change on Arlington and some individual and collective actions that can be taken by the town, community groups, and individual residents […]

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Student Conversations on Climate Change: Promoting Resilience
July 29, 2021

Remembrance of Climate Futures/Arlington is a youth-led Arlington based version of Northeastern professor Tom Starr’s regional public art initiative. Over the summer, 12 interns from Arlington High School will be researching impacts of climate change on Arlington and some individual and collective actions that can be taken by the town, community groups, and individual residents […]

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New Art Installations for Town Parklets

ACAC and the Department of Planning and Community Development are collaborating to bring colorful cut-vinyl artwork to the protective orange barriers that surround some of the Town’s new parklets – designed to offer outdoor seating for take-out meals and informal gatherings.  The first installation was designed by Adria Arch for the parklet in front of […]

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