It’s time to get out and enjoy all those summertime traditions. While you’re at it, take a look at South Coast Almanac’s 8 Great Things for something new to add to your summer bucket list…you’ll find public art, kayaking, outdoor festivals and picnicking fun, kites and sandcastles.
While visiting the downtown area before performing in his “Och & Oy” cabaret, opposite Ari Shapiro at the Zeiterion, Cumming took to Instagram to record a video of himself visiting the 17-foot-high doorway by DATMA artist, Mark Reigelman.
Visual arts, dance, music, theatre and spoken word: the list of opportunities to engage with the arts in our region is endless. On The Point, we invite arts organizations to share what they have on tap this season and hear how listeners are engaging with the arts in their communities.
Standard-Times: DATMA to unveil three public art installations in New Bedford on June 22. Here’s where.
DATMA to unveil three public art installations in New Bedford on June 22. Here’s where. A giant doorway, an African baobab tree and a giant mural will be appearing in the downtown starting Thursday to celebrate the fifth anniversary of DATMA’s public art displays with “Shelter 2023.” Article by Seth Chitwood.
CAI | By Patrick Flanary: “The SHELTER exhibition: Here’s why you should explore New Bedford by foot”
DATMA’s new outdoor public art exhibition interprets South Coast history while exploring how a city can be a safe space.
Hyperallergic: On Its Fifth Anniversary, DATMA Considers Community in SHELTER 2023. Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute presents free public art exhibitions and numerous programs in New Bedford that are rooted in the value of shelter.