arts & environment

October 31, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
As part of a comprehensive strategic planning process, The Umbrella Arts & Environment program will invite the community to participate in an open, interactive public listening session to provide input on and ideas for future expanded programming initiatives at the intersection of the arts and environmental issues.Held on November 2, 2022 from 6-7:30PM at... Keep Reading »
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Nemo's Garden underwater diver photo by Giacomo d'Orlando
July 13, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
On Tuesday July 12, the publishers of Zeke Magazine and The Umbrella Arts & Environment Program hosted a virtual discussion with three world-class documentary photographers featured in the current gallery exhibition, Sustainable Solutions: Documentary Photographers Explore the Climate Crisis, on extended view through August 15. In a discussion moderated by... Keep Reading »
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Indigenous Fire Story from Zeke Magazine by Kiliii Yuyan
July 5, 2022 by Madeline Miller
Last week’s decision by the Supreme Court makes meaningful climate change mitigation at the federal level more difficult, at least in the immediate future. The ruling strictly limits the ways in which the Clean Air Act, the nation’s main air pollution rule, can be used to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.Even a momentous Supreme Court ruling is just one... Keep Reading »
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Photo of farmer by Sarah Fretwell/ZEKE magazine
June 27, 2022 by Rachel Olson
Visual Arts and Environment Programs Collaborate with Social Documentary Network for Powerful Global StorytellingThe Umbrella Arts & Environment and The Umbrella Visual Arts programs, in partnership with the Concord, MA-based Social Documentary Network/ZEKE Magazine, present an exciting new exhibition (July 5–31, 2022) of world-class documentary photography... Keep Reading »
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January 10, 2022 by Rachel Olson
Thanks to Minuteman Media Network for its new program highlighting this season’s Go Out Doors - Neighbors installation at Bradford Mill in West Concord, in collaboration with Artscape. The new segment shares the background of the multiyear Go Out Doors project and interviews several of the participating artists at Bradford Mill. MMN had also covered the original Go Out... Keep Reading »
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November 1, 2021 by Rachel Olson
Artists Respond to Famed Park Sites, Connecting Park to The Umbrella's Expanding "Go Out Doors" Regional ProjectAn exciting new public art exhibition has been installed in the Minute Man National Historical Park this month, in collaboration with The Umbrella Arts Center. Curated by Monkeyhouse, Go Out Doors – Minute Man National Historical Park brings unique, Park-... Keep Reading »
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September 26, 2021 by Stewart Ikeda
The Umbrella is pleased to welcome Madeline Miller as Director of The Umbrella Arts & Environment Program.Madeline came to The Umbrella in September from Orion Magazine, where she served in various leadership positions from 2007 - 2021. Some of the projects she spearheaded during her time at Orion included Earthly Love: Stories of Intimacy and... Keep Reading »
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August 25, 2021 by Rachel Olson
We’re really excited that installation is now underway for this fall’s Art Ramble in the Hapgood Wright Town Forest. With all the weather we’ve been experiencing, our curators discovered a huge fallen tree blocking access to the path by Fairyland Pond, but a heroic rapid response by Will Holden from Concord’s DNR saved the day!  Watch for the full exhibition to kick... Keep Reading »
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June 14, 2021 by Rachel Olson
This year, The Umbrella Arts & Environment is partnering with OARS to host fun outdoor activities for Riverfest 2021! Join us at The Old Manse on Sunday, June 20 at 1PM to make fish and turtles out of recycled materials. Pick up the One Revolution Art Challenge, copresented by The Umbrella and Minute Man National Historic Park, using our activity sheet to fill in... Keep Reading »
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April 19, 2021 by Caroline
Musketaquid Earth Day celebrations at The Umbrella will be different this year. In accordance with state guidelines, all activities will be outdoors and limited in capacity. All attendees will be required to register in advance, wear masks, socially distance, complete a health survey prior to participating, and follow recommended health and safety protocols.On Saturday... Keep Reading »
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