Art on the Green!
Sponsored by the John Mirak Foundation and Daniel Johnson
Arlington Town Day, September 17, 2016
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: The park in front of the Museum
Free and open to all!
Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity to shop for unique items from local artisans and vendors at the Museum’s annual Art on the Green! during Arlington Town Day. Whittemore Park will be filled with beautiful hand-crafted goods and collectibles, including paintings, prints, photographs, handmade soaps, clothing and jewelry, glass and pottery, letterpress stationery and more! Visitors may enjoy free museum admission and browse gift shop items. Families who would like to explore the galleries together can work on an art hunt and win a prize. Free parking will be available in the municipal lot behind the building.
- John Harrison, Dead in Good Company, 12-1 pm
- Caitlin Avery, The Last Cruz, 1-1:30 pm
- Michelle Hoover, Bottomland, 1:30-2 pm
- Louise Miller, The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living, 2-2:30 pm
- Juliette Fay, The Tumbling Turner Sisters, 2:30-3 pm
Ongoing – Artisan and vendor booths, family art hunts in the Dallin Museum
- 10-12 pm – Performance by Elliot Wind Ensemble
- 12-2 pm – Readings by local poets Joanne Holdridge, Kathleen Lentz, Jim Foritano, David Hummon, D.H. Hample, Susan Frey, Elizabeth Greywolf, Jane Platko, Tracy Marks, Mary Beth Kress, Thomas DeFreitas, Charles Schwab, and Carol Copeland
- 12-3 pm – Book signings with local authors
- 3 pm – Raffle drawing
Enter our Art on the Green Raffle to win gift certificates and merchandise from local businesses! (raffle drawing at 3:30 pm)
Featuring dozens of prizes, this is Town Day’s largest raffle! Proceeds support the Museum’s educational programs throughout the year. Purchase tickets at the Museum (open Fri-Sun 12-4 pm), at the Museum’s tent during Art on the Green!, or online.
Purchase your raffle tickets online!
We will send you confirmation of your purchase and notify you by phone or email if you win one of the drawings. For more information, contact us at 781-641-0747 or email@example.com. Online raffle sales will be closed as of 2:30 pm on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
Public Lecture by Renowned Monumental Sculptor, John Raimondi
Lyons Hearing Room (2nd Floor) at Arlington Town Hall, 730 Mass. Ave., Arlington, MA 02476
Suggested Donation: $10 per person, includes light refreshments
Reservations are recommended but not required
The Dallin Museum is honored to host John Raimondi, one of America’s most prominent contemporary sculptors, for a discussion about his 45 year career as an artist. Raimondi’s monumental works can be found at more than 25 museums, nine colleges and universities, three airports, and dozens of public and private locations throughout the United States and Europe. His towering outdoor bronze and steel masterpieces, some of which sore as high as 60’ in the air, are remarkable for being both solid in form and fluid in movement. Born and raised in the Boston area, Raimondi currently lives and works in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Raimondi will discuss his evolution as an artist and the process by which he creates his vast, abstract sculptures. He will also share the ways in which Cyrus Dallin’s art has deeply influenced his work. Raimondi’s elegant forms share Dallin’s classical sense of design and craftsmanship. Dallin’s influence is also evident in Raimondi’s Native American series, a group of eight graceful, sweeping sculptures meant to express the spiritual depth and courage of America’s indigenous people. Read the full press release here.
To make a reservation, submit an online donation of $10 per person via PayPal (below), or contact the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-641-0747.
Photo: Lupus, 1985, Cor-Ten steel, Cambridge, Mass.