Public Invited to Share Ideas for Public Art Master Plan

The mural facing the Saltonstall Park basketball courts is one example of public art in Watertown. The Public Arts Master Plan Advisory Committee seeks other ideas at a public meeting. The Watertown Public Arts Master Plan Advisory Committee seeks input from the public about what kinds of public art they would like to see in town. A meeting will be held later this month to provide people with more information about the Public Arts Master Plan, and to gather input. Organizers sent out the following announcement:

What should public arts in Watertown look like?

Watertown Actress in Stage Production of The Rocky Horror Show

Watertown’s Janis Hudson will be part of Moonbox Productions’ The Rocky Horror Show in Harvard Square. The following announcement was provided by Moonbox Productions:

Watertown actor, Janis Hudson, stars in Moonbox Productions upcoming productions of the The Rocky Horror Show opening on Oct. 17 and running through Nov. 2. Moonbox will perform the production in a pop-up theatre located in the heart of Harvard Square at 25 Brattle Street, the former home of Hidden Sweets.

Watertown Artist Hosting Drawing, Watercolor Classes

“The Rangers Camp,” by Watertown artist Audrey Jones Childs, who is teaching a watercolor class. Local artist Audrey Childs announced she will be hosting drawing classes and will be adding a watercolor course, too. The classes are part of the Art Ministry of the First Baptist Church of Belmont, 129 Lexington St., in Belmont. Drawing (Beginner and Intermediate)

A Great Way to Relax! Learn to draw or perfect your drawing skills.

Mosesian Center for the Arts Hosting Fall for the Arts Open House

The following information was provided by the Mosesian Center for the Arts:

The Mosesian Center for the Arts invites you to our Youth Visual Arts & Watertown Children’s Theatre Open House Saturday, September 21st from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.! Join us for 2D and 3D visual arts activities, sculpture, a music and movement workshop, and more! Learn about all of our Fall, Winter, and School Vacation educational offerings, and check out our fabulous Members Show Exhibition! 

This event is FREE and fun for kids of all ages. Click here for more information.

New Rep Celebrating 35th Anniversary by Offering Watertown Residents Free Tickets

The New Repertory Theatre is celebrating its 35th anniversary in during its 2019-20 season, and the company invites Watertown residents to be part of the celebration. The season is also the first for New Rep’s Artistic Director Michael J. Bobbitt. “To celebrate New Rep’s 35th Anniversary Season, and to show our appreciation for the Watertown community, we are delighted to offer one free ticket to each Watertown resident for our 2019-2020 season!” Bobbitt said in the celebration announcement. This free ticket can be used at any of our productions between September and May.

Artist Reception for New Show at Watertown Library This Week

Artist Robin A. Orifice will be have her artwork exhibited at the Watertown Library in September. She will be at an artist’s reception on Sept. 5. The artwork of Robin A. Orifice will be displayed at the Watertown Free Public Library during the month of September, and the artist will be at an opening reception. The reception will be held on Thursday, Sept.

Watertown Meets Brooklyn in New Exhibit of Art Made Using Dots

The following announcement was provided by the Room 83 Spring gallery:

Kirstin Lamb Curatorial, The Yard, Williamsburg, and Room, 83 Spring are pleased to present a 28 person show featuring artists utilizing dot forms as marks. Collectively this group forms a larger conversation around mark making and image-making. Dot Conference

Sept. 7 – Oct. 26, 2019 at Room 83 Spring, 83 Spring St., WatertownOpening Saturday Sept.