Our first gallery exhibit will be launching on March 27, 2018 at Gallery 344 in Cambridge's City Hall Annex. Titled In:Accessible, the exhibit examines ways to make our community more accessible and potential connections that might allow people to transcend some of the barriers inhibiting full participation in society. The gallery exhibition-reception will be taking place from 6-8pm on March 27. This project is in collaboration with the Cambridge Arts Council.
More details at: http://www.cambridgema.gov/arts/~/link.aspx?_id=9426F06ADC7044A2A0F6D69D97F32971&_z=z
Current Exhibition: In:Accessible
On View: January 8 - May 31, 2018
How do we make our community more accessible to all? In:Accessible, the new exhibition at Cambridge Arts’ Gallery 344, showcases projects created by students of NuVu Studio, a Central Square school where teens design and build solutions to real-world problems—like helping a teen in a wheelchair play basketball, creating a device to help a boy with muscular dystrophy raise his hand in class, or helping a veteran who’s lost arms continue to practice archery.