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Maud Morgan Arts Profiled in The Boston Globe
Maud Morgan Arts center hopes to inspire creativity
By Katy Rushlau GLOBE CORRESPONDENT
The Boston Globe
April 6, 2013
Nestled behind the Agassiz Baldwin Community center on Sacramento Street in Cambridge sits a building that might have jumped from the pages of a children’s fairy tale. Rainbow hues splash the walls and gazebo-like play structure. Read more...
3D Small Works Salon 2013
March 21 to May 24, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
3:00 to 5:00 pm
Maud Morgan Arts and the Chandler Gallery are pleased to announce the 2013 Small
Works Salon 3D Exhibition juried
by Annette Lemieux.
In The Fay Chandler Gallery.
Preview artwork selected by Annette Lemieux...
Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) Honors Maud Morgan Arts with a Multi-Year Award
TURNING DOLLARS INTO PRINTS, PATTERNS AND POTS
Massachusetts Cultural Council Recognizes Maud Morgan Arts as a Leader in Arts Education
CAMBRIDGE, MA (October 18, 2012) – Terry DeLancey, the Executive Director of the Agassiz Baldwin Community (ABC), recently received some good news. The Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) has awarded DeLancey’s agency $2,500 in the Peers Category of the Cultural Investment Portfolio to support the work of Maud Morgan Arts, a program of ABC.
Since state grants are awarded through a competitive process, this award signifies that ABC provides a high level of service to community members through its programs. According to the award letter, “MCC staff and panelists were impressed by the innovative work [ABC is] doing to increase public value for the citizens of Massachusetts.” DeLancey calls this award “an honor.”
“All the faculty at Maud Morgan Arts are artists in their own right,” says DeLancey. “The students receive a first-rate arts experience with extended classes in studios that are specific for the medium. This grant gives us the opportunity to serve more students.”
The MCC's mission is to promote excellence, education, access and diversity in the arts, humanities and sciences in order to improve the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents and to contribute to the economic vitality of our communities. The MCC has a budget of $11.2 million, including an appropriation of $9.5 million from the state of Massachusetts and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and other sources. Its funds reach every community in Massachusetts. The not-for-profit cultural industry has a $4.2 billion economic impact in the state.
|Chandler Gallery...On Exhibit
Monday through Friday
10 AM - 5 PM and by appointment.
Local Blog Fan of Maud Morgan Arts
Local parent's blog Boston Mamas describes Maud Morgan Arts as "a wonderful addition to the greater Boston art community and a great place for children and adults alike to follow their creativity." Read more!
A Recognition from the Boston Globe on 12/13/2012