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Townwide arts celebrated on 'Talk of the Town'Talk of Town

ACMi's James Milan hosted another Talk of the Town ArtsArlington update with ACAC co-chair Stewart Ikeda and Public Art Curator Cecily Miller.

Discussions ranged from beautifying town parklets and cultural-district updates, to public-art exhibitions we'll say goodbye to this season (PersistenceGo Out Doors Neighbors, and Reflecting on Our Pandemic Experience), to such exciting new projects as Tom Starr's Remembrance of Climate Futures and Chanel Thervil's Portraits of Black Arlington.

The conversation also went behind the scenes of ACAC's work to advocate for ARPA relief to the economically hard-hit cultural sector and accessible live-work spaces for town artists.

Meet ACAC's featured artist

Anne-Marie Delaunay-Danizio

 Read about Anne-Marie Delaunay-Danizio on Arts Arlington >>



An ArtLinks Arlington member and past Featured Artist on ArtsArlington, Karen creates collage artwork that, as she says in her artist statement  is "a personal respite from some of the chaos and hectic pace of life we collectively experience." Enjoy Karen McCarthy’s work until the end of the year at Greater Goods Collective, 212A Mass. Ave.


Read all about the unique features that make Arlington a wonderful place to live and a destination for dining, shopping, arts, culture, and outdoor activities. The Arlington Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering a strong economic climate in Arlington and advancing the desirability of Arlington as a place to shop, work, live and visit; promoting and supporting member businesses through advocacy, marketing, and outreach; assisting members in their professional development by providing education and information; providing opportunities to make business and social connections and build relationships; and creating a collaborative environment among businesses, community and government within the Town of Arlington.


On View NowEnjoy these outdoor art opportunities, FREE and safe for all!

Utility Boxes: Transforming Our Streets
Locations: Throughout town, including 7 new utility boxes

Persistence: A Community Response to Pervasive Plastic (Final weeks!)
Location: Minuteman Bikeway, between Linwood Street and Swan Place.

PATHWAYS: Johnny Lapham, Christopher Frost, Resa Blatman
Location: Minuteman Bikeway (various locations)

Go Out Doors Neighbors (final weeks)
Locations: Uncle Sam Plaza, Robbins Library, Mystic River Parkway, and by the Ed Burns Arena


This news announcement was published Tuesday. Nov. 16, 2021.

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