The winners are in for the “Celebrate CRLS!” logo contest at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, with the first-place logo becoming the official insignia of celebration for the school’s renovation in September.
Steampunk was not what City Lights Antique Lighting was selling. Not at first. But the shop stumbled into the style and is now selling Steampunk in a big way.
The first Maud Morgan Arts Faculty Exhibition begins Tuesday — with an opening reception Sept. 13, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. — to introduce artists teaching for the first, fall semester at the newly completed community arts center.
The Maud Morgan Arts center, dedicated to providing high quality and affordable visual art classes and activities for all, is complete and, after a successful summer session, open for fall registration.
Turningart.com, a startup based in Central Square, could be the next Netflix, but its works of art aren’t cinema — they’re actual works of art.
The online magazine Salon is talking about The Queer Carrie Project by a 23-year-old Cambridge artist Elisa Kreisinger, the memoir “Let’s Take the Long Way Home” by Cambridge resident Gail Caldwell and a book by the Somerville-inspired Typo Eradication Advancement League.
The world is back in working order. That is, the $1.4 million Kendall Square sculpture and fountain called “Galaxy: Earth Sphere” is operating again after some 18 dry months.
As artists open their workspace to the public for the Cambridge Open Studios, the Agassiz Baldwin Community is allowing people to look through the construction site for the Maud Morgan Visual Arts Center, which is intended to be a work of art itself.
As the Antarctic melts, raising fears of climate change along with water levels, and volcanoes erupt from in Iceland, disrupting travel, lives and economies around the world, “Glacier,” works by Diane Charyk Norris, opens at the Sacramento Street Gallery.
There’s a lot to like about Catherine D’Ignazio’s suggestion for Cambridge Street. It’s an art installation, a record-setting event and good eating. But The World’s Largest Potluck Ever is only one 10 ideas proposed for the street and on display through June 11.