North Cambridge Artist Association

Welcome

Welcome to North Cambridge Arts (NoCa).  We are an association of accomplished, professional visual and performing artists living and/or working in North Cambridge with a strong commitment to the neighborhood and community.

NoCa includes painters, woodworkers, sculptors, photographers, jewelry makers, fabric artists, mixed-media artists, musicians, dancers, writers and poets.

NoCa is a volunteer*, participatory community organization. All members are expected to attend meetings and actively participate in NoCa activities.


*Please honor the spirit of NoCa.  If your interest is limited to simply increasing your individual web visibility we ask that you pursue this goal through other means.



spellbound Barbara Thomas and her husband, Timothy Wall have contributed the story "Circe, where is she now?" to Spellbound Vol.2, a continuation of Boston Comics Rountable urban-fantasy comics anthology. This volume of Spellbound has no city limits! Because, lets face it, magic travels well. Modern magic is the theme for volume 2, where tech meets hex, touch screen Ouija boards and the WiFi fairy. Staying within the present/future and it’s amenities, where do you see magic fitting in?



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Using the sunflower as a metaphor, Nancy Beams explores expressions of trauma, recovery, and hope. Cambridge Arts presents Beams as one the 2017 Community Supported Art, an award-winning program featuring 9 Cambridge artists.





Marcia Cohen - Cambridge Arts presents 2016 Community Supported Art, an award-winning program featuring 9 Cambridge artists.




jazz riff sidewalk art
The latest sidewalk poem is Molly Lynn Watt’s “Jazz Riff,” which was pressed on Friday, August 11, 2017. You can check out the poem in person on Prospect Street, in front of Christ the King Presbyterian Church (99 Prospect St.), and next to the Whole Foods.



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Upcoming Meetings / Crit Groups

Meetings are open to the public.
Unless otherwise noted, upcoming meetings are held at:

Lesley University Lunder Arts Center
1801 Mass. Ave, Room # 213
Cambridge, MA 02140
Meeting time: 4pm - 6pm

  • See you in the Fall. September 2018 mtg - tbd
To find out more about CRIT GROUPSs, please contact Jeannie Motherwell.

Events

  • Dan Lynn Watt reads “History Lessons” at Cornerstone Cohousing, June 10, 2018 - 7:30pm
  • Deborah Silverstein and Charlie King at Club Passim June 17, 2018 5pm
  • Mary Buchinger will have a poem printed in a Cambridge sidewalk in Fall 2018. Read the story.
  • Cambridge Open Studios 2018- Sept. 29th & 30th, 12-6pm, each day.
  • Dan Lynn Watt - new book available from Amazon or directly from the author. Contact dwatt40@comcast.net to order.
  • Molly Lynn Watt -check out the sidewalk poem installation in person on Prospect Street, in front of Christ the King Presbyterian Church (99 Prospect St.), and next to the Whole Foods.

  • Check out the NOCA display at Porter Square CVS windows at 36 White St, Cambridge, MA
  • Find out about upcoming events. Also check out Facebook