There is more and more emphasis on the arts in New Bedford, and one of the key organizations behind the push is DATMA, Design, Art, Technology Massachusetts.
DATMA is a contemporary art institute founded to enhance the cultural and economic life of Southeastern Mass. It has been based here since 2019, and is committed to bringing world-renowned exhibits and programs to visitors and residents of New Bedford and surrounding areas. Previous programs have focused on topics such as wind, light, and water.
DATMA’s EXecutive Director, Lindsay Mis joined us this week on Townsquare Sunday to discuss this year’s program, which will have “Shelter” as its theme. “Our program committee felt it was important to reflect on how New Bedford has sheltered and protected its community throughout its history.”
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