A Cultural Distict for Watertown?

Are you ready to help the arts flourish in Watertown?

On Monday, January 25, at 9:00 a.m., the Watertown Business Coalition will host a Town Hall Meeting on Cultural Districts.

During this Town Hall, discussion will center on why becoming a Cultural District is important for supporting the arts and the economy and for showcasing our town’s diverse cultures.

Speakers will include:

A video recording of the Town Hall is posted here for those who missed the meeting. Any Watertown resident interested in serving on a committee to continue this work to develop a cultural district may sign up here.

Published by MCA

The Mosesian Center for the Arts is a vibrant multi-disciplinary community arts organization in Watertown, Massachusetts. The 30,000 square foot Center, located within a former United States Army arsenal, includes a 340-seat main stage theater, a 100-seat black box theater, exhibition galleries, rehearsal halls, classrooms, and resident artist studios. Program offerings include visual and performing arts classes and workshops for all ages, literary and art discussions, and world-class theatrical and musical performances. Regionally recognized and acclaimed, Watertown Children’s Theatre proudly serves as MCA’s flagship performing arts education program, providing exceptional theater arts classes and performances for youth and families. New Repertory Theatre is the award-winning professional theater company in residence at MCA, and the venue is rented to other outstanding performing arts companies in the Greater Boston region.

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