The WatertownPublicArtsMaster PlanAdvisory 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 shouldpublicartsin Watertown look like? Who is the “public” inpublicarts? And how can we imagine new kinds of creative expression in thepublicrealm? We want to hear from you so that we can shape the future ofpublicartsin Watertown together.
Join the WatertownPublicArtsMaster PlanAdvisory Committee onWednesday, Oct. 30for a community conversation on the future ofpublicartsin Watertown. Whether you’re a new or lifelong resident, a student, or a local business owner, your perspective is vital to developing the town’s first-everPublicArtsMaster Plan.
In this event, you’ll learn about the planning process, hear from localartistswho are shaping Watertown’s creative culture, and have a variety of opportunities to share your ideas for how theartscan enrich everyday life in Watertown.
WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Watertown Middle School68 Waverley AvenueWatertown, MA 02472
The event is FREE and open to thepublic. Light dinner refreshments provided. Free childcare available upon request.
Your participation is important to us. Call 617-933-0713 or email@example.com accommodations. Advance notice (10 business days) is necessary for certain accommodations.
Watertown Middle School is located near bus lines 70 and 70A. There is limited off-street parking available in front of the building along Waverley Avenue, including some accessible spots. Additional on-street parking is available on Bemis Street and nearby side streets. The building is ADA accessible.