Get Creative

Calling all grown-ups who are looking for a chance to get creative.  Check out our upcoming ARMORY ART classes — we’ve got everything from Belly Dancing to Floral Design to Photography to Painting…and more!  For the complete list, dates, and pricing, click here.


Soundproofing Benefit Concert Series: Line-Up Announced

Arts at the Armory Soundproofing Benefit Concert Series is pleased to present SOMETHING CIVIL, featuring the musical stylings of James Barrett (songwriter, vocalist, guitarist). Aylin Unsal (cajon/percussionist, harmonies, sound engineer, producer), and Lauren Barrett (backup vocals and harmonies).  

They will be joined by Kevin SinclairNick Szydlowski, and Dan Martinelli.
The lineup will go as follows:
8:00 pm - Dan Martinelli
8:30 pm - Kevin Sinclair
9:00 pm - Something Civil
9:30 pm - Nick Szydlowski


Doors open at 7:30pm.

Admission: $10

Proceeds benefit the Arts at the Armory Soundproofing Benefit. To make a donation or reserve a spot through Eventbrite, click here

Something Civil Soundproofing FB post

April Highlights

April Galas Galore

On Friday, April 8th, Sibling Connections’ annual fundraiser will be celebrating families in the Hall.  Sibling Connections helps reunite children who have been separated by their placement in foster care.  Registration information here.
On Saturday, April 9th, the Somerville Homeless Coalition’s”Under the Roof” will be hosting their annual dinner in the Hall.  For ticket information, click here.
On Thursday, April 14th, YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City will be bringing a wide range of culinary delights to the Hall. Benefitting The Welcome Project, this delicious event will also have a silent auction and raffle.  Tickets are available here.

Love & Gravity

Friday, April 22, 8pm-10pm & Saturday, April 23, 3pm-5pm in the Hall
Acrobatic Conundrum is bringing their thrilling circus show to The Armory for two unforgettable shows!  Juggling, flying, flipping, and all kinds of acrobatics — just add 20 feet of air beneath the performers’ feet and you get the idea.  Watch some real life romances, especially the one between love and gravity, play out before your eyes.  Don’t miss this beautiful show.  Tickets available for both performances here.

Arts Council Community Summit

Sunday, April 10th, 2pm-5pm
Join the Somerville Arts Council for an afternoon of discussion about community arts:  how are things going, what could be better, what kinds of support would be helpful…  This is a forum for you to work together with the Council to ensure a bright future for local artistic efforts, programs, and more!

Soundproofing Benefit Concert Series 

Friday, April 22nd, 8pm-10pm in the Cafe
Our fundraising effort to soundproof the Hall continues this month with an intimate cafe concert featuring Something Civil and friends.  Join us for a fabulous evening of music and you’ll get the bonus good feeling of helping us towards our goal!  Click here to reserve your spot and/or make a donation!

Phoenix Orchestra

Tuesday, April 12th, 7pm-9:30pm in the Cafe
Phoenix Orchestra brings traditional and contemporary orchestra music to the party for the enjoyment of audiences both new and experienced listeners.  Be transformed by the power of live music in the coziness of our cafe.  Ticket pricing and information available here.

The Asperger/Autism Network (AANE) Neurodiverse Arts Cafe

Wednesday, April 20th, 7pm-9pm in the Cafe
Members of the AANE community are invited to the Cafe stage to share poetry, music, dance, and more!  If you’re interested in performing, please email a brief description of your what you’d like to do to  The show is free for all to attend!

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Spring registration for Youth Arts Arise is now open! The winter session for our FREE after school arts program for students 11-16 will run Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:30pm-5pm,  April 5th through June 21st (excluding April 19 and 20).  Classes run through June 15th with a showcase the following week on June 21st.

To register, either pick up an application from the office or click here: YAA Form, Spring 2016