ABOUT MUSKETAQUID ARTS AND ENVIRONMENT
Musketaquid Arts and Environment is a place-based program whose mission is to provide opportunities to create and experience art and to explore, learn about, celebrate and care for the local environment. The name Musketaquid honors the wisdom of Concord’s first people who described this place according to its nature, “the place where the waters flows through the grasses.” All ages and abilities are welcome: individuals and families, environmental, school and community groups. Musketaquid, the environmental arts wing of the Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts, offers a year-round chorus and journal group, summer and winter solstice events, quarterly potlucks, and winter and spring programs that build towards the Musketaquid Earth Month Exhibit and Musketaquid Earth Day in April of each year.
For twenty-two years, Musketaquid has facilitated community art and outdoor
exploration. We hope that this year’s Earth Day theme, EDGES: Where Habitats
Meet, Where Habits Meet, inspires reflection, a heightened awareness of the
habitats in our community and the habits pushing and creating EDGES in and
around these habitats.
This year we encourage individuals and groups to adopt a conservation area and to join us in creating public art. We’re offering more classes to get outside and create build fairy houses, take pictures on a guided nature walk, tell stories of your adventures outside. We’re also offering more classes in our studio to foster both artistic and outdoor skills.
Check out Musketaquid’s New Childrens’ Classes and Adult Workshops! Click here
to learn more.
For up-to-date information on Musketaquid activities:
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–contact us via the Musketaquid Information Line, 978-371-0820 x-213, or email email@example.com