Artwork from the Cambridgeport Children's Center
On view: Tuesday March 11 - Thursday March 13, 2014
Reception: Thursday, March 13, 5-7pm
Special Gallery Hours for the Week of March 9 (Tot Lot Exhibition): T-Th, 12-7pm
Gallery 263 is pleased to present the artwork of children from Tot Lot, our local childcare center just a few blocks away, on Chestnut Street.
The mission of the Cambridgeport Children's Center (aka Tot Lot) is to provide a nurturing and inclusive early childhood educational experience based on a Reggio inspired philosophy that values diversity and respect. The Cambridgeport Children's Center actively promotes partnerships between children, families, teachers and the community.
Gallery 263 is happy to be aligned with Tot Lot's mission of promoting partnerships within the community, and we welcome Cambridgeport children, families, and teachers into our space for this celebration of children's artwork.
This Tot Lot 2014 exhibition at Gallery 263 will be the third year of this exciting partnership.
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**Special Gallery Hours, week of March 9
(Tot Lot Exhibition): T-Th, 12-7pm**
Normal Gallery Hours:
W-Sat, 12-7pm / Sun, event dependent
Friday, March 14, 7:30pm doors, 8:00pm, $10
Katie Seiler Group with Michael Sachs
Seiler and her band bring an array of jazz influence and style to her originals and inspired covers. Michael Sachs opens with his compositions for saxophone duo.
Thursday, March 20, 7:30pm doors, 8:00pm, $5-$10
Zoe Sundra with American Echoes
Brooklyn based songwriter Sundra matches her acoustic sound with country tinged vocals and honest lyrics of heartaches and relationships. Local duo American Echoes bridges blues and folk with twists on modern and classic indie.
*Event admission is suggested donation
Wednesday: Vinyasa Flow
7:15pm - 8:30pm
$10 at the gallery
SPECIAL addition: Prana Flow class drop in series,
Monday nights 5:30, starting 2/17/2014. More yoga info here.
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June 1-28 2014
Application Deadline: May 4
Juried Exhibition, Selected by Dina Deitsch
March 20 - April 12, 2014