DATMA adapts to COVID-19 and brings public art to New Bedford which highlights its rich history.
Light: 2020 premiers this Saturday, June 20th. Since we cannot yet gather together in celebration, this year’s artwork will launch quietly. We ask you to see these projects on your own time and know that we are beyond excited to provide you with the opportunity to experience original works of art in the urban gallery setting of downtown New Bedford.
Standard Times contributing writer, Jerry Boggs dove into the story behind DATMA with Co-founder Roger Mandle and Executive Director, Lindsay Mis. Hear a bit about how DATMA came about in their interview recorded November 27, 2019 at the Standard Times recording studio in Downtown New Bedford. Enjoy the episode.
DATMA is getting the pinwheels ready for the last hurrah of Summer Winds. As part of a city celebration called, Williams Street from Bow to Stern, we’ve invited the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra to play some wind-themed melodies and classics under the Silver Current sculpture that will fly above New Bedford until September 30th. Tune …