The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber will host a free event at the Mosesian Center for the Arts where attendees can meet the artists who created works for the exhibition. The Newton-Needham Chamber provided the following information:
After Hours at the Mosesian Center for the ArtsFriday, April 12, 5:30-7:30 p.m.Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, WatertownFree to members and nonmembers
Come to see 100 works created by artists from Newton, Needham, Wellesley, Dedham, and Watertown at a reception at the Mosesian Center for the Arts in Watertown. Mingle with the artists at the juried event, titled the Five Stars Regional Exhibit, and ask them about their work. Hosted by the art associations of the five cities, the reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs April 4-May 10.
The Follen Angels will perform at Upstage Lung Cancer’s fund raiser at the Mosesian Center for the Arts. The following announcement was provided by Upstage Lung Cancer:
Upstage Lung Cancer (ULC), a nonprofit celebrating a decade of raising awareness in the fight against lung cancer through the performing arts, presents a one night only concert benefit Here’s to the Ladies! From Lady Day to Lady Gaga on Thursday, April 18, 7:30 p.m. at the Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown.
Presented in partnership with the Addario Lung Cancer Foundation, all proceeds from the performance support the critically important cause of early lung cancer detection research.
A spectacular evening of riveting music, Here’s to the Ladies! From Lady Day to Lady Gaga features the unforgettable music of exceptional female performing artists known for their gifts of song and courage. Enjoy selections from jazz standard icon Billie Holiday (known as Lady Day) to modern pop superstar Lady Gaga.
The following information was provided by the Wayside Youth & Family Support Network:
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network’s Multi-Service Center and PBS’ science series, NOVA, are holding a screening of the documentary, Addiction. The screening is free and open to the public. The film, produced by NOVA, a program of WGBH Boston, takes a hard look at the science of addiction. Addiction features firsthand accounts from individuals and families struggling with opioid addiction. While addiction has long been viewed as a moral failing, leading scientists will help viewers understand why addiction is a disorder that occurs as a result of drugs profoundly altering the brain. Addictionexplores how we might best address our drug problem, from advances in neuroscience, the development of evidence-based treatments to the rethinking of laws and public policies. A panel of local experts will be on hand to answer audience questions following the film including:
Dr. Laura Kehoe, medical director, MGH Substance Use Disorder Bridge Clinic, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, also featured in the filmDr. Dara Arons, family physician, Charles River Community HealthDr. Damian Archer, chief medical officer, North Shore Community Health CenterPeter Airasian, co-founder, Watertown Overcoming Addiction
When: Tues., March 5, 2019, 6–8:30 p.m.
Where: Mosesian Center, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA
Eventbrite RSVP: https://bit.ly/2UTpujx or contact Stephanie_Sunderland@waysideyouth.org
A Narcan training will be provided by the Watertown Fire Department.
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network’s Multi-Service Center and PBS’ science series, NOVA, are holding a screening of the documentary, Addiction. The screening is free and open to the public. The film, produced by NOVA, a program of WGBH Boston, takes a hard look at the science of addiction. Addiction features firsthand accounts from individuals and families struggling with opioid addiction. While addiction has long been viewed as a moral failing, leading scientists will help viewers understand why addiction is a disorder that occurs as a result of drugs profoundly altering the brain.
The latest NewRep Theatre production, Heartland, begins this weekend at the Mosesian Center for the Arts with pay-what-you-can previews on Saturday and Sunday. The play will be held in the Black Box Theater from Jan. 12 to Feb. 9 at the Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown. NewRep describes Heartland:
When Afghan refugee Nazrullah shows up on the doorstep of retired professor Dr. Harold Banks claiming to have known his adopted daughter Getee, the two become unlikely roommates and friends. Getee and Nazrullah’s relationship unfolds in a series of dramatized memories that reveal their uniquely human journey while stunning us with a new understanding of America’s tragic impact on Jihadism in Afghanistan.
The Watertown Children’s Theatre will celebrate its 35th anniversary with an event dubbed “There’s No Place Like Home.” The following information came fro the Watertown Children’s Theatre:
The Watertown Children’s Theatre at the Mosesian Center for the Arts celebrates 35 years as a cultural and educational resource for the community by providing opportunities for all children to appreciate, participate, and grow in the performing arts. WCT’s 35th Anniversary Celebration will be on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 at the The Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472. Doors/Reception begins at 5 p.m., Program begins at 7 p.m.
Ticket includes Dinner Buffet, a fabulous evening of performances from past and present students, faculty, and more, and a dessert reception. Please note T-Shirt and Sweatshirt orders placed after Wednesday, Oct.
The following information was provided by the Mosesian Center for the Arts:
Mosesian Center for the Arts welcomes you to become a part of this exciting art
community. Thousands of artists, patrons, students and guests visit MCA every week. Reliable volunteers are an important element in the center’s success throughout the year. There are a variety of volunteer positions available: Ushers, classroom assistants and greeters. Volunteers will be trained in their responsibilities and will be eligible to earn volunteer credits that can be applied to a class or ticket purchase (Mosesian productions only).
The Mosesian Center for the Arts is proud to announce the Earfull Fall 2018 Series – three evening events of literature and music with “Writers Reading and Songwriters Singing.”
Earfull events will take place October 16, November 13, and December 18 in our Black Box Theater, and feature world renowned authors and musicians reading and performing some of their latest works. October 16
Authors: Dawn Clifton Tripp – Moon Tide, The Season of Open Water, Game of Secrets, Jonathan Wilson – The Hiding Room, A Palestine Affair, Kick and Run
Musicians: Chris Freeman (of Parsonsfield), Walter Rodriguez
Authors: Andre Dubus III – House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days, Gone So Long, Rowan Hiyaso Buchanan – Harmless Like You
Musicians: Andrea Gillis, Carissa Johnson
Authors: Steve Yarbrough – The Realm of Last Chances, Safe From The Neighbors, The End of California, Daphne Kalotay – Russian Winter, Sight Reading, Calamity and Other Stories
Musicians: Honeysuckle, TBA
The brainchild of Boston Musician and Author Jen Trynin and bookstore connoisseur Tim Huggins, Earfull first launched in the Fall of 2001 with the concept that, given a conducive environment, book people will appreciate being exposed to live music, and rock people will realize how cool it is to hear great authors reading their work aloud! EARFULL aimed to provide that environment, combining prominent author readings with established singer-songwriters in the hopes of broadening the appreciation of and audiences for both. After a brief hiatus from multiple sold-out seasons of the series, the Mosesian Center for the Arts brought the beloved programming back for a second season to a whole new audience. Single tickets and Series Passes are on sale now and can be purchased at MosesianArts.org.