Free “For the Love of Ireland” celebration; free “On Record: Music by Bach and Brahms”; “Hypnotic Manipulation” dance show; Spring Equinox Pagan Witch Ritual & Variety Show; and an Activist Art Pop-Up Market.
Art and politics mingle Tuesday at “Love Will Win,” with state Rep. Mike Connolly leading a conversation on how to build progressive policy and more effective citizen advocates, along with entertainment from dancers and musicians performing rock and hip-hop.
“Signs of Protest: Posters, Photos, and Art from the Women’s March”; Ava DuVernay’s “13th”; David Bowie’s Complete “Blackstar” for orchestra; “Dissident” political theater; Fluff Centennial Birthday Party; Maple Syrup Boil Down Festival; and a seven-band mini-fest.
Cambridge participation in White Ribbon Day will be marked by a few events during the week of Feb. 27 to March 3.
Bugs Bunny Film Festival; The Hasty Pudding Theatricals free performance; a Youth Underground theater; bad date storytelling; Karen Jerzyk photography reception; Lizard Lounge Poetry Jam 20th Anniversary Celebration; and 24-hour sci-fi film marathon.
Makeda Best, who has master’s and doctorate degrees from Harvard University in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, joined Harvard’s art museums as their Richard L. Menschel curator of photography Jan. 17.
ACLU benefit with art, music and film; free chocolate tasting as part of Harvard Square’s Chocolate Festival; 39th Annual Sci-Fi Marathon at MIT; Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” opera; and 1Fest hardcore music event.
Out of the Blue Benefit Show & Tarot Reading; Poetry Brothel; 17th annual Lizard Lounge Open Mic Main Event; two comedy events benefiting the ACLU; and a “Carnival of the Animals” family concert by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
Moving and repurposing an 1845 church was called central to the school’s strategy for achieving LEED Gold, as was the focus on air quality for the artist-users and a 40 percent reduction in energy and water usage.
BCMFest of Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music; Glowberon with Johnny Blazes and Brian King; Art exhibits and receptions for “Death & Technicolor” and “M/othering”; Laughing Liberally; and the “Tickets, Please” Mass Mouth Story Slam.