Are you curious about the Breakthrough Artist Aware Winner, Mr.Joel Kowit? Cary Memorial Library is hosting an exhibition of his art works. The Opening Reception will be held on March 10, 2018, from 2-4pm. Come to meet with the artist and learn the fusion of science and art !!!
O’ What a Colorful October We Have…
The Breakthrough Artist of Lexington Award for 2017 is going to be announced at the Board of Selectman’s meeting at 6pm, Monday, October 16.
And Come to Join Us for a fun evening :
at 7pm, Wednesday, October 25th.
Lexington Council for the Arts starts to accept Grant application for the 2017-2018 season. The application deadline is Oct.16th, 2017. Please click here for more information. You may also go to this site for online application directly.
The Breakthrough Artist of the Year Award
The Lexington Council for the Arts proudly announces acceptance of nominations for a new award – the Breakthrough Artist of the Year in partnership with Voices on the Green, a Lexington non-profit bringing local area speakers in the arts to our community. A breakthrough artist is defined as an individual or group that is in need of funding to achieve a new level of performance in their chosen area of talent. The cash award of $500 will be presented to the winner in September 2017.
For those interested please click here to apply.
The Artepreneurs Soiree is coming soon
Jewish Poland: Difficult Questions and Ripple Effects
A Workshop By Leora Tec, Sponsored By The Generosity Of the Lexington Council for the Arts
Jews who have a family history in Poland may have complicated feelings about the Polish part of their identities. Must they reject the place that was the homeland of their ancestors for hundreds of years because it is the country where 90% of their brethren were murdered? Many Americans can easily claim their hyphenated identities: Irish-American, Italian-American. But what do Jews of Polish descent do with their Polishness? Many simply ignore it and claim only the Jewish part of themselves.
Likewise non-Jewish Poles may feel uncomfortable about framing their role in history. Do Jews or others blame them for what the Germans did? What about what their families suffered during World War II? And what if anti-Semitism is a part of their legacy? All these are difficult questions which led to this workshop.
Date: Sunday March 19th
Time: 2-4pm Eastern Time
Place: Arlington, MA (Details provided when you reserve your spot)
Free to the Public, Registration Required
Click HERE to reserve a spot.
Waldorf School of Lexington is offering a Robert W. Mendenhall Benefit Concert to the public on
Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Follen Church, 755 Massachusetts Ave.
Click picture below for details.