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Film: Reuse, Because You Ccan’t Recycle the Planet & Meet the Filmmaker
April 22, 2019

FILM: REUSE, BECAUSE YOU CAN’T RECYCLE THE PLANET & MEET THE FILMMAKER 7:15 PM, Regent Underground, 7 Medford St, with Arlington Zero Waste, Sustainable Arlington, & DPW A 60-minute thrill ride on a 48-state journey in search of reuse solutions to our waste problems. Following the film there will be discussion and Q&A with the […]

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Art Exhibition of Memorial Quilts through the Victims Quilt Project
April 20, 2019

Disarming: Memorial Quilts for Mass Shooting Victims | April 20 – June 10, 2019, Opening Reception April 27, 4-6pm Arlington, MA – The Arlington Center for the Arts is pleased to be presenting Disarming: Memorial Quilts for Mass Shooting Victims, a quilt exhibition on view April 20 to June 10, 2019. Throughout the history of […]

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Call for Artists: Magnolia Park Summer Music Series
April 19, 2019

Overview: Musicians wanted for the Magnolia Park Summer Music Series. Concerts are held on Tuesdays and rain dates on Thursdays with exception of the week of the 4th of July. Submission deadline: May 1st, 2019. Submit via email to: Organizers: Friends of Magnolia Park Amplification: No amps are allowed. Musician criteria for submission: -Be […]

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Reimagine a chair for Chairful 2019!
April 13, 2019

Our annual fundraiser and temporary art installation of re-imagined chairs will take place on Saturday, June 8 from 11 to 6 pm, Uncle Sam Plaza, across from Whittemore Park in Arlington Center. We will be part of Porchfest, an event sponsored by the Arlington Center for the Arts. The deadline for applying to Chairful Where […]

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2019 Youth Banners have arrived!
April 12, 2019

The newest crop of banners from our 2018 Youth Banner Project have just been hung by DPW on light poles along Mass Ave in Arlington Center. The theme this year is TREES, and each of the 20 images celebrates trees in many different ways, including photography and painting. The banners will up for several months. […]

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Call for Artists: Storefront Exhibit Space
April 10, 2019

Use the exhibit space at the former Sunbug Solar (1319 Mass Ave) to display your work. Successful proposals may include any artistic medium including installation, painting, sculpture, photography, light and sound, as well as poetry or prose (for example, part of a poem or essay that is enlarged and cut out of adhesive vinyl and […]

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Celebration honoring the 2019 Grant Recipients
April 4, 2019

We are thrilled to honor this years’ recipients of grants from the Grants Committee (formerly the Arlington Cultural Council) of the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture on Tuesday, April 23 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. The public is invited to this free event that will feature music by the Arlington High School Jazz Trio, […]

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Arlington Youth Banner Project Announces Three Scholarship Winners!
March 23, 2019

A reception was held at Arlington High School’s Media Center on Thursday, March 21, to celebrate the twenty young artists whose work will be featured on vinyl banners along Mass Ave. in Arlington Center this spring. For the first time in four years, three of the artists were chosen to receive an award of $200 […]

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2019 Arlington Public Art Youth Banner Project Reception March 21
March 18, 2019

Almost 100 Arlington secondary students submitted designs in the 2019 Youth Banner Project and twenty of these were chosen to become large vinyl banners. These banners will be hung outdoors along Mass Ave. in Arlington Center in April and May, 2019. The theme this year for the banner design Arlington Public Art competition was “Trees”. […]

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Arlington Cultural District Wins Grant
March 11, 2019

For the second year in a row, The Arlington Cultural District (ACD) has won the maximum $5000 grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to grow the ACD. Officially designated in September 2017, the ACD is a walkable stretch extending from East Arlington’s Capitol Square to the Civic Block in Arlington Center that is rich with […]

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