Currently in our Galleries

To My Mother Who Used To Tell Me Stories

Photography by Erica Frisk
Reception Date: Thursday, Feburary 4, 2016. 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from February 5 - April 1, 2016

In the Lower Gallery

Boston-based photographer, Erica Frisk, explores the lives of female weavers in the rural town of Santiago Zamora outside of Antigua, Guatemala. The women of the weaving cooperative of Ixoki A’J Quiemo L’ represent a strong female presence in their community and challenge gender expectations by seeking their own source of income to support their children’s education. To My Mother Who Used To Tell Me Stories focuses on these women’s pursuit to cultivate a bond with their daughters, as well as to keep the ancient Mayan tradition of tapestry alive, passing it down through many generations.


Erica's website can be viewed HERE.

Young Artists

Artwork by Cambridge Public School Students
Reception Date: Thursday, Feburary 11, 4-7 PM
Exhibition running from February 11 - April 1, 2016

In the Upper Gallery

The Multicultural Arts Center welcomes back the talented students of the Cambridge Public Schools in their Young Artists exhibition! The show will include artworks of different mediums from grades K-8, a true show of budding creativity and imagination from Cambridge Public School students

Submit a Gallery Proposal

To submit work for consideration for an exhibition in one of our galleries, please follow submission guidelines on our Call to Artists page under Visual Artists.


Upper Gallery Diagram
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Lower Gallery Diagram
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