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‘Arts Across Medford’ Events Planned Throughout October

Medford resident and lifelong artist Paula Hackett painted by the river at a previous Mystic River Celebration. Arts Across Medford (formerly the Medford on the Mystic Arts Festival) is a month of arts, cultural, historical, and culinary events throughout the city of Medford in October. More than fifteen events and ongoing exhibits highlighting Medford and […]

Royall House to Host Slave Dwelling Project

Slave Dwelling Project Marks First Visit to Massachusetts with Public Programs at Medford’s Royall House and Slave Quarters on October 11 This October, the Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford will welcome Joseph McGill Jr., and his nationally acclaimed Slave Dwelling Project in the Project’s first visit to Massachusetts. The visit will be highlighted […]

Sunday at Tufts Community Concert Series Presents ‘Celebrating Frank!’ Oct. 5th

he Tufts University Department of Music presents Celebrating Frank!, a concert featuring performance faculty violist Scott Woolweaver and pianist Frank Glazer performing works by Hindemith, Clarke, Beethoven, and Vaughan. The performance takes place in the Distler Performance Hall at the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. as […]

Tufts Music Department Presents Charles Burney’s Musical Tour Oct. 11th

The Tufts University Department of Music presents Charles Burney’s Musical Tour, a concert featuring performers Annette Richards and David Yearsley on the organ and harpsichord, and videos by Bug Davidson and the Hyphen Collective, in the Distler Performance Hall at the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 8 p.m. […]

Finders Keepers! ‘Abandoned’ Art in Medford

If you happen upon a piece of art in Medford that someone seems to have accidentally left behind, it was “abandoned” intentionally, for you to find and keep! The artists of MACI (Medford Arts Center, Inc.) are kicking off their Art Abandonment Project as part of October’s Arts Across Medford. They want to share the […]

Medford Arts Council Announces 2015 Grant Cycle

Do you have a great idea for sharing your creative talents with others in Medford? Are you interested in creating opportunities for Medford residents to experience and learn from programs, events, installations, or exhibits that showcase excellence, innovation, and diversity in the arts and humanities? Does your organization have a targeted need for supplemental funds […]

Tufts Music Presents ‘Erik Lindgren’s 60th Birthday Celebration Chamber A-Go-Go Concert’

The Tufts University Department of Music presents Erik Lindgren’s 60th Birthday Celebration Chamber A-Go-Go Concert in the Distler Performance Hall at the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7 p.m. Tufts Alumnus Erik Lindgren (BA in Music ’76) presents a birthday celebration concert featuring original chamber works and musical […]

Local Artist Displays Work at Mystic Coffee Roaster

Watercolors by local artist Constance Festo Lafond are on display at Medford Square’s Mystic Coffee Roaster through October 16. Lafond is largely a self-taught artist who fell in love with the medium of watercolor early on. “My influences as an Impressionist painter are Matisse, Gustav Klimt, and Singer Sargent. I have always seen artistic compositions […]

Medford Arts Council Announces 2015 Grant Cycle

Do you have a great idea for sharing your creative talents with others in Medford? Are you interested in creating opportunities for Medford residents to experience and learn from programs, events, installations, or exhibits that showcase excellence, innovation, and diversity in the arts and humanities? Does your organization have a targeted need for supplemental funds […]

Library Seeking Beatles, MLK Stories

If you have a story about the Beatles or Martin Luther King Jr., you are invited to share it on September 11 as part of storyteller Sharon Kennedy’s program Heroes. Sharon will be telling the story of how she crashed the Beatles’ 1964 press conference at the old Madison Hotel in Boston at the age […]

‘Circle the Square’ Thursday, August 21

Circle the Square asks What’s Your Story? on August 21 Come join the fun at our last event of the 2014 season in Medford Square next Thursday, August 21 from 4-8 p.m. when Circle the Square will fill the Square with music, art, performances, food, shopping and activities for the whole family to enjoy. This […]