614 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 849-9321
Music | Art | Technology
Together Boston is a week-long, city-wide convergence of music, art and technology. With daytime events celebrating emerging ideas, the latest gear and artistic innovation, the creative community then gives back at nighttime events that embrace aspects of all three fields. Featuring exhibits, Q&A with visiting artists and musicians plus a film component, Together contains a multitude of inclusive activities, putting the city and New England at the center of a new festival experience.
The festival includes:
* Night-time events schedule that showcases local, national and international electronic music talent
*Daytime event schedule that includes discussion panels, technology demonstrations, art installations, a synth petting zoo, a STEAM disco, and a record fair
Sponsored by 3MJ Realty. Located at 541 Mass. Ave., Cambridge MA, a three minute walk from the Central (red line) T stop and bus station. 17 years of experience in hanging artwork and hosting events both public and private, formal and casual. Ideal for small or medium-sized events, with a Gallery capacity of about 99-290 people. We also curate the walls of 1369 Coffeehouse in both Inman and Central, and the Middle East Upstairs and Corner.
Space available for paintings, prints, photography, installations, and other media including projections and film, ceramics, jewelry, and woodwork. Gallery available for events, with a backyard for outdoor functions.
Past events include:
-fundraisers and benefits
-raw vegan catering promo-party
Reasonable reservation rates and affordable hanging fees, call or email for details.
Paint Nite shakes up your nite out with friends by offering you the perfect mix of artistic and alcoholic spirits. Hosted at local hot spots in more than 150 cities worldwide (that’s 1,000 different bars and restaurants!), it’s always easy to find a Paint Nite event near you! In about 2 hours’ time, a master artist leads your party through the steps to create a 16 x 20” acrylic masterpiece that you get to bring home with you. We cover the painting supplies and you cover your clothes with one of our fabulous signature Paint Nite bright green aprons. (Hands, arms, and face are fair game!)
All you need to do is show up ready to have an awesome time, no painting experience needed! Visit PaintNite.com to choose your event by place, painting, or party host! And always, ALWAYS, #DrinkCreatively!
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University is housed in the only building in North America designed by Swiss-born architect Le Corbusier. It hosts the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, exhibition spaces, studios, classrooms, and the Harvard Film Archive. At CCVA, architecture, design, film, and education combine to provide unparalleled experiences with contemporary art, aiming to enrich the creative and intellectual life of our audiences.
Since 1929, the Center has responded to the changing environment and the needs of the community. Today, our largest programs are our year round youth programs, which include our afterschool program and Cowemoki Summer Enrichment Program.
The Center also offers a wide range of programs serving youth, adults, and seniors. These include the Cambridge Winter Farmers Market, our Senior Thanksgiving Luncheon, The Hip Hop Transformation Program, Riverside Art Gallery, and The Coast Kitchen community meals program.
Hundreds of individuals use our facilities throughout the year whether they use our services, rent our space for events, or are enrolled in our programs. Many of the staff and children in our programs come from families that have been involved with the Center for four or even five generations, enriching our Center with a strong sense of history, family, and community.
Our mission is to provide a place for local and regional artists of all mediums to exhibit their work and engage the larger community. In addition to regular exhibitions, Gallery 263 is a multi-functional art space, providing opportunities for the public to participate in the creative process through music performances, workshops, film screenings, lectures, artist talks, juried show competitions and yoga.
Eridanos Tattoo and Gallery
Eridanos is a custom tattoo shop and contemporary fine art gallery located in the heart of Central Sq. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our gallery features local and touring tattoo artists, traveling from all over the world. They specialize in every style and aspect of modern tattooing and fine art mediums.
The Tattoo and Gallery space (open 6 days a week, Tuesday-Sunday) will be featuring art of varying themes, mediums and artists showcased in a new show every month open to the public. As well as providing educational seminars and workshops that will also be accessible to the public
The hope of Eridanos Tattoo and Gallery is to provide an outlet for fine art and tattooing in the Cambridge/Boston area.
Industry Lab is a creative co-working space in Inman Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. We are a curated community of artists, entrepreneurs and inventors who gather in mutual support to work, play and learn.
Take in the eclectic environment of the gallery as you enjoy coffee or tea while you shop through carefully curated collections and handmade goodies by local, global artisans and designers. Speak with them. Hear their stories & prepare yourself to be inspired! It's an interactive shopping experience right in the heart of the Cultural District!
The mission of Out of the Blue Gallery is to organize, support, and present to the public at large the creative efforts of local artists, musicians, and more from our community. The gallery encourages artists of all backgrounds to share with us and celebrate the uniqueness they bring from different cultures, genders, ages and academic backgrounds.
Centered in the bustling innovation epicenter of Cambridge, Massachusetts, our studio acts as a catalyst and convener of creative forces pushing the edges of what’s next, in greater Boston and beyond.
Grounded in a holistic approach, we have usurped corporate R&D by using venture design to identify, create, and launch products, brands, services, spaces, and experiences that create new opportunities for growth. This has led to new businesses and brands for our corporate partners like MassMutual’s Society of Grownups, groundbreaking citizen-centered digital platforms for USCIS and the new pilot for Boston.gov, and disruptive start ups like PillPack and Transatomic.
Conveniently located between Harvard and MIT, a renowned innovation hub, our studio is continuously experimenting with how to bring the best entrepreneurial, academic and creative minds together to tackle large, complex challenges, as in the Food + Future coLAB with Target, or our partnerships with the Berklee School of Music, MIT Media Lab and the Harvard iLab.
We’re powered by a unique blend of geeks, technologists, craftsman, artists, brand strategists, business designers, design fiction creators, psychologists, design researchers, and digital alchemists—all unified by a shared spirit and purpose: to design for disruptive impact. Let’s invent the future together!
The Cambridge Artists' Cooperative is located in famous Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1988, we remain an artist owned and operated Gallery of Contemporary American Craft showcasing the work of over 200 artists from across the USA.
Out of Town News is an iconic newsstand located in the center of Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts.The newsstand was long noted for stocking the leading newspapers from around the nation and around the world. Customers, especially academics, would come long distances to get the most recent editions of their home town paper, or of newspapers from parts of the world where important news events were unfolding.In 2008, it was announced that the newsstand might go out of business because its unique function of supplying yesterday's Times of India or Le Monde, flown in overnight, was made obsolete by the ability to read them online. However, in January 2009 a new owner signed a lease to take over the newsstand and keep it alive.Since the MBTA Red Line extension was finished in the 1980s, the newsstand has been housed in the former MBTA kiosk, a National Historic Landmark built in 1928 as a shelter for the Harvard Square stop on the Boston Elevated Railway, a precursor to the MBTA.