5 Things To Do This Week – 12/13/23
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*The Newton Art Association hosts an online demonstration with Adria Arch, From 2D to 3D on Thursday, December 14 at 7:00 pm. Arch, a mixed media artist living and working in Boston, is interested in creating immersive experiences with sculpture and paint such as creating wall art and sculpture. Arch currently has a strong following of online students who enjoy her approach to non-representational art making. The link for this virtual demonstration is found here.
*On Friday, December 15 at 7:30 pm Newton Baroque presents From Brahms Studio: Music that Brahms would have played at his studio with his closest colleagues, including works by Brahms, Joseph Joachim, Peter Cornelius, and Robert Schumann as well as earlier works that Brahms played at his Streicher piano by Bach, Handel and François Couperin. Tickets are available here for this performance at Second Church in Newton.
*On Saturday, December 16th at 7:30 pm, Cherry Street Music hosts the third concert of the season, Classical with a Twist- Beethoven and The Beatles Pt. 1. Performances are by cellist Allison Eldredge, pianist Max Levinson, and Grammy-nominated vocalist, Donna McElroy. Now’s the time to “Come Together” and reserve your tickets to explore connections between “The Top Composer” & “The Fab Four” as hosted by Larry Bethune, former long-time Dean of Berklee College of Music!
*The Art of Color at The Allen Center Gallery is open on Saturday, December 16th & Thursday, December 21st from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm with works from The Newton Art Association. Come check out almost 40 wonderful pieces of art hanging at The Allen Center Lower Gallery. Check out the award winners in person bestowed by Joshua Jade, owner and curator of the Clark Gallery in Lincoln. If you can’t make the exhibition in person check it out online here.
*Again next Tuesday, December 19th – The Allen Center hosts a Winter Market from The Good Food Farm from 1 pm – 3 pm, weather permitting. Purchase fresh fruits and vegetables such as beets, carrots, kohlrabi, potatoes, red and green cabbage, turnips, microgreens, apples, and multiple types of squash. There will also be(e) honey, pickled beets, pickled carrots, applesauce, pasture-raised eggs, and organic popcorn – AND – new this week – fresh arugula! Click the link below to learn more about The Good Food Farm’s organic practices and weekly offerings.