Across from the Theater
Magnus Johnstone: RAPTURE
On View: May 6 - June 28, 2019
Reception and Pop-Up Event: 6 - 8PM, Wednesday, June 12, 2019.
Magnus Johnstone: Rapture is a gallery exhibition that features paintings by a man who was immersed in the Cambridge and Greater Boston arts scene that includes Hip-Hop, African, Reggae and other World Music genres through his perspective, not only as a painter, but through his passion for music as a trailblazing radio DJ.
Music provided by: Julia Mongo, World Music Director and Africa Kabisa radio host at MIT’s WMBR; DJ Cruz spinning sounds on turn- table (and digital), Sampling from Listening Stations, in a variety of formats, by Co-Hosts Pacey Foster, U Mass Hip-Hop Archive Director and Brian Coleman, Founder Good Roads, Author Wild Style Breakbeats; Talking Circles with audience members, and others including musician, activist and educator, Reebee Garafalo.This event is free open to the public!
Visit our Gallery page to see more information about the artist.
Cambridge Arts River Festival
World Music, Jazz, and R&B Stage
Join the Multicultural Arts Center at the Cambridge Arts River Festival on June 1, 2019 12:00 – 6:00 PM for a FREE concert at the Jazz, World Music, and R&B stage. For over 10 years the Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center has brought together an exciting line-up of exceptional musicians – and this year is no exception! This year’s amazing musicians include Laszlo Gardony on Solo Piano, The Kevin Harris Project’s Roots, Water and Sunlight: A Contemporary Octet Expedition through the Expressions of James Baldwin, and The Musical Legacy of John Coltrane: A Tribute to Leonard Brown Co-Produced by Bill Pierce and Laszlo Gardony.
Call For Art 2019
Submit your art today! The Multicultural Arts Center is now accepting proposals for gallery exhibitions.
Work should be 2D Fine Arts relating to our mission of supporting diversity and multicultural arts that help to educate the community about diversity.
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