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UPDATED Feb. 18: What have you gained personally from your own interactions with cultural happenings, live arts events and/or public art in our town? And what would you like to see, going forward?

These are questions the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture (ACAC) ask as we evaluate our work over the past few years and look forward to 2023 and beyond.

Did you take part in a conversation about Arlington's culture? Enjoy a public music, poetry or visual art event? Has your family added your voices to one of our collaborative community art projects? Did your encounters with public art along the Minuteman Bikeway or Mass Ave leave you with any thoughts you'd like to share?

It's been a challenging time for community arts and for cultural organizations. We've all suffered from lack of audiences. We've missed out on public performances and shared moments of enjoyment. What do YOU miss?

Share your feedback with us. Send us testimonials if you feel so moved. We'd love to hear about the things you liked, the things you didn't like, or events/projects you would like to see in upcoming seasons in Arlington. Share your comments with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you for your continued support of our mission. 

VOLUNTEER FOR ARTS ARLINGTON!

Help organize art events, projects in your neighborhood or townwide

Want to help the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture realize our mission to "cultivate a sustainable and supportive environment for the arts and enliven public space with accessible creative experiences to strengthen and enrich our community, create opportunities for artists, and invigorate the local economy?" Great! First, check out this short video about opportunities, and then fill out this form to tell us what most interests you.

We so look forward to working with you.
 
Arts Arlington needs you

Have you wondered who is responsible for bringing the innovative public art, music and cultural activities to Arlington? It’s people like you who work on the front lines as well as behind-the-scenes as volunteers on the Community Engagement Committee, as part of the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture.

We are seeking vibrant community members interested in making a difference for the arts in our town. Volunteering on this committee will give you the opportunity to present new ideas, share your skills or expertise, meet others who share the same interests, and make new friends.

Come learn what we are all about at an informational Zoom meeting on Monday, Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m. Contact: volunteers at artsarlington.org to register for the meeting, and we’ll send a Zoom link.


This news announcement was published Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022, and updated Feb. 18.

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