MUSCRAT Kids Maker series with Parts and Crafts
Come out and check out our Multi Use Somerville Community Roving Art Transport vehicle as she hosts Parts and Crafts for a series of kids maker workshops. Learn more about electronics, woodworking and craft projects with Parks and Crafts staff.
We’re bring the MUSCRAT into the neighborhoods for this series.
All workshops will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
Sat. Oct. 25, Mystic Activity Center parking lot, 530 Mystic Ave.
Sat. Nov. 1, Mystic Activity Center parking lot, 530 Mystic Ave.
Sat. Nov. 8, Capuano School, 150 Glenn Street
Sat. Nov. 15, Clarendon Hill Housing parking lot, 268 Power House Blvd.
Sat. Nov. 22, Clarendon Hill Housing parking lot, 268 Power House Blvd.
Thanks to Somerville Housing Authority, Mystic Learning Center, Welcome Project, Haitian Coalition, & City DPW and Traffic and Parking.
The city of Somerville, led by the Somerville Arts Council, has bought an old school bus, which has been transformed into a Multi Use Somerville Community Roving Art Transport (M.U.S.C.R.A.T). We anticipate that the inside will be used to conduct roaming art classes, performance art or dance, while the outside could be used to screen films or host concerts. The intent for our M.U.S.C.R.A.T. is to create a flexible roving catalyst for creation.
Artist Jeff McCreight recently transform the bus. A big congrats to RUBICON1 on his amazing work. Next up are sculptural elements by Bill Turville and Ecco Pierce.
Call to Producers
We are looking for creative individuals to create, produce and manage cultural events that will take place in or next to the M.U.S.C.R.A.T. We seek producers who will develop cultural events/performances or public workshops around a certain theme or area in the City.
Download the pdf call here; call us if you have questions or want to discuss.