Did you know? The Center for Arts at the Armory is actually one of many tenants in the Armory, and there’s a lot of cool stuff happening in the other spaces too!
Check out our Armory neighbors:
Acoustic Strings of New England – “Your first choice for acoustic instruments,” ASNE services, loans and sells the finest violin, cello, bass and guitar instruments & parts made in Europe and the United States.
Angela Leidig – Suzuki violin and Alexander Technique instructor for all ages.
Armory Sound – Formerly Hi-N-Dry, Armory Sound is a collectively run recording studio.
The Center for Arabic Culture – a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating Arabic language, culture, art, history, and Arab-American cultural experience. CAC promotes Arabic culture in all of its regional and historic varieties and links to other cultures in an open, democratic, and humanistic way.
The Center for Arts at the Armory – a non-profit community arts center dedicated to celebrating arts and culture in Somerville through the promotion and provision of visual arts, dance, theater and music performances. Offering arts afterschool and summer programs for children and teens as well as learning opportunities for adults.
Cervena Barva Press was founded in 2005 and publishes books of poetry, fiction, plays, translations, memoir, and essays from writers all over the world. There are poetry and fiction readings, workshops, and other events held in the studio. It is the home of “The Lost Bookshelf Bookstore” run by the press selling books on consignment, new and used books, postcards and rare books.
David’s Dance Center – offering dance classes in Ballet, Jazz, and Tap for all levels and all ages.
FOLK New England – dedicated to preserving the tradition of folk music in New England.
Yesterday Service – a provider of classical sheet music, offering an impressive inventory, unsurpassed product knowledge and prompt customer service.