Reagan Esther Myer is a multimedia one-woman show that uses live music, video, and dialogue to tell the story of life in a patriarchal speculative future where ThotBot brain implants use algorithms to turn your thoughts in Value. Not your typical glitched-out one-woman dystopian extravaganza full of beautiful electro-pop music, VHS-fueled video spectacle, and terrors […]
Somerville Open Studios takes place the first weekend in May each year. This year some studios will open Friday evening, May 3rd from 6-9 PM and across the city on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5 from 12 Noon to 6 PM, three hundred artists will open their studios to the art-loving public. Map […]
Presented by the Somerville Arts Council, The Somerville Line, Oompa, & Pretty Poison: The Evolution of Hip Hop Festival will feature rappers, singers, spoken word poets, dancers, and visual artists from the Somerville community and surrounding cities. This showcase of hip hop music, dance and culture displays the immense creativity throughout the region. There will […]
Join the City of Somerville (Official) & Somerville Arts Council for Strike up the Bands, the September installment of the City’s SomerStreets festival, on Sunday, September 16th, from 2pm to 6pm on Highland Ave. between School St. and Lowell St. This event is FREE & open to the public! Activities along Highland Ave. will include: […]
With step-by-step instruction, students will learn how to navigate their digital cameras, maximize the potential of the camera, creatively control and master their dSLRs. No more than 10 students per class.
In this class our aim is to introduce new photographers to their digital SLR cameras, camera functions and basic photography concepts in order to obtain full use of the modern-day digital camera. The class will introduce students to photography fundamentals like aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Step by step students will learn how to navigate […]
If we can say one thing about our fellow MBTA travelers, it’s that—no offense—you rarely seem like you’re enjoying your morning commute. That was especially true for regular Red Line riders this past winter, when checking Twitter for two minutes showed a stream of complaints about delays, stuck trains and crowded platforms. But Somerville’s Matthew Borowski is […]