Community Supported Art, which links local artists to local buyers, is back for a second round with a new crop of nine area artists, including two from Cambridge.
It’s International Museum Day and Art Museum Day, and in Cambridge that means a day of free admission to the galleries at Harvard’s Arthur M. Sackler Museum and and a 10 percent discount on membership purchases.
You may have looked around while passing over the B.U. Bridge. You may even have stopped midway over the Charles to appreciate the view. But there’s no way you’ve seen the bridge and its environment the way photographer and journalist Madeline Drexler has.
For those inclined to look at art and complain, “My kid could have done that,” here’s an art exhibit where they probably did. But with the level of accomplishment at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, that’s hardly an insult.
The more you know about Jacek von Henneberg, the humble artist and architect down Walden Street, the more amazing he gets.
Tonight at 7 is the release party for an anthology of local comics put out by Harvard Book Store; Friday brings at MIT comic book fair; and Saturday is the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo in Porter Square.
At Breathe Cambridge, a multimedia exhibition in its final dozen days, teens captured the voices of the city and turned it into a mesmerizing soundscape and comfortable space for people to stop and “take a breath.”
Whether they’re circles with corners or rounded squares, they’ve become strangely common in the past few months in advertising. What’s the meaning behind this onslaught of “sardine cans” and “lozenges”?
In the Community Supported Art program, anyone can buy a share at $300 and get nine pieces of art each year. It’s been a bumper crop.
The deadline for Cambridge Arts Council grant applications is noon Oct. 14, the agency said Thursday, with applications becoming available Sept. 1.