Arts at the Armory is excited to announce that registration is now open for our Summer 2019 arts programming.
Arts Discovery Week – Ages 5-10
Week 1: July 29 – August 2
Week 2: August 5 – 9
Week 3: August 12 – 16
Week 4: August 19 – 23
Youth Arts Arise – Ages 11-16
August 5 – 9
Enrollment forms are also available in the Armory Cafe during open hours.
For more information on Summer Programming CLICK HERE.
We are excited to announce that the schedules for our summer arts programs have been published!
We’ll be running two programs this summer. The first is Youth Arts Arise, which will be held between Monday, August 5th and Friday, August 9th. This program is for children ages 11 to 16 and completely free to all participants in Somerville and the surrounding communities!
The second program is Arts Discovery Week, which is for children between ages 5 and 10. We’re excited to announce that we will be expanding Arts Discovery Week this summer! The program will run for 4 weeks (Monday through Friday, July 29th and August 23rd), and we’ll be expanding our capacity, adding more teachers and workshops throughout to work with smaller groups of children.
Enrollment for these programs will begin on Wednesday, March 20th, and forms will be available through the website or in the Armory Cafe. In the meantime you can find more information here.
We hope to see you this summer!
Last updated: Feb 17, 10:10pm
The Cafe is open regular hours (8am-6pm) on Monday Feb 18, despite the holiday and the winter weather.
The following events are cancelled on Feb 18:
- Zumba with Ingrid
- Queer Tango
Check back in for decisions on other events!
And it’s winter in New England again! A few event updates given the weather forecast for later today…
Last update: 2/12, 4:20pm
For Tuesday February 12, Zumba with Ingrid, Zumba with Valeria, Nelson’s Class, and Strummerville are all cancelled. Parkour *is* happening tonight.
For Wednesday February 13, Shakespeare & Co auditions are being postponed to Monday Feb 18. We expect all other Wednesday events to run as planned, but any updates will be posted here.
Not sure how to lead this announcement, so jumping right in…
We’re announcing today that our Executive Director, Lea Ruscio, will be leaving the organization at the end of November 2019. Lea has held down the leadership role here for the past 6 years, and we will be sorry to see her go!
But never fear, we’re working within the organization and together with our Advisory Committee on the transition plan and recruitment process to find a new Executive Director. Details will be posted here and on social media as the process unfolds.
We look forward to continuing well into the future as your go-to spot for local arts, cultural, and community activities!