North Cambridge Artist Association

Events

  • Deborah Silverstein & The Band of Erics at the Burren, Somerville, MA, April 22, 4pm.

  • Lois Carra Art Quilts at O'Neill Library, 70 Rindge Ave, Cambridge, MA for the month of March.

  • Deborah Silverstein - Passim Announces 2017 Iguana Music Fund Grantees

  • Barbara A. Thomas (soapmaker) - Cambridge Winter Farmers Market, Saturdays 10-2, 5 Callender St.

  • Cambridge Open Studios 2018- Sept. 29th & 30th, 12-6pm, each day.

  • Molly Lynn Watt - check out the sidewalk poem installation in person on Prospect Street, in front of Christ the King Presbyterian Church (99 Prospect St.), and next to the Whole Foods.

  • Dan Lynn Watt - new book available from Amazon or directly from the author. Contact dwatt40@comcast.net to order.

  • Barbara Thomas and her husband, Timothy Wall have contributed the story "Circe, where is she now?" to Spellbound Vol.2, a continuation of Boston Comics Rountable urban-fantasy comics anthology.
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  • Using the sunflower as a metaphor,  Nancy Beams explores expressions of trauma, recovery, and hope. Cambridge Arts presents Beams as one the 2017 Community Supported Art, an award-winning program featuring 9 Cambridge artists.image

  • The latest sidewalk poem is Molly Lynn Watt’s “Jazz Riff,” which was pressed on Friday, August 11, 2071. You can check out the poem in person on Prospect Street, in front of Christ the King Presbyterian Church (99 Prospect St.), and next to the Whole Foods.jazz riff sidewalk art


  • Marcia Cohen - Cambridge Arts presents Community Supported Art, an award-winning program featuring 9 Cambridge artists.


  • Various NOCA artists - Ongoing display at Porter Square CVS windows at 36 White St, Cambridge, MA - ongoing

  • North Cambridge Photographic Society - Monthly meetings for mutual critique of images - O'Neill Library, 70 Rindge Ave, Cambridge, MA

Past Events

Learn about the depth and breadth of our artist community by reviewing our past events.