COOL's Pop-Up Initiative transforms vacant or underutilized storefronts and spaces into vibrant, and innovative exhibitions, installations, performance venues, creative businesses, and artist workspaces.
Join us for a lively discussion investigating the roles public art plays in building and representing community. Jason Weeks will discuss six temporary and permanent public art projects that Cambridge Arts Council has undertaken in their communities and neighborhoods and the transformative effects of those projects on viewers, visitors and residents.
Open discussion will immediately follow the presentation, so bring your public art ideas for our community and find inspiration and possible collaborators!
"Gateway Cities: When Neighborhoods Change" The Lowell Folklife Series invites you to a screening of the
documentary film, Scenes From a Parish, with special guest, James Rutenbeck the films director. Event is free will take place at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center, Thursday, April 11 at 7:30 PM.
March is Baseball Month! Root for the home team this month with our Ballpark-inspired specials like The 7th Inning Stretch (a one pound all-beef hot dog with sauerkraut, relish, peppers, onions, mustard and ketchup) or the N.E. Championship Casserole (Fresh Maine Lobster, smoky bacon and pasta shells tossed in a creamy cheddar cheese sauce). They're even better with a nice, cold 22oz MVP Wheat!