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Sculptor Patrick Pierce, a longtime presence on Market Street in downtown Lowell before he moved to Saco, Maine, five years ago, returned to the Mill City last week to install a new piece of public artwork outside the Gorham Street branch of Enterprise Bank and Trust.   Read More >>
 
Gloucester Stage Company presents "Cyrano," a new version of the 1897 classic "Cyrano de Bergerac" on stage at its East Main Street playhouse, July 13-Aug. 11. GSC Artistic Director Robert Walsh, directing the show, said of its New England premiere: "It's a new adaptation of the famous play by Edmond Rostand.   Read More >>
 
Despite brutal winters, New England is a wonderful place to live, work and play. Its people are hardy and resilient; its cities, vibrant and bustling; and its beaches, woodlands and mountains, enticing and energizing.   Read More >>
 
Nothing says summer like the fun, frothy musical "Anything Goes." Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston continues its 50th Anniversary summer season with the Cole Porter classic, running for eight performances, July 5-15, at the Robinson Theatre, 617 Lexington St.   Read More >>
 
Bricks and stones intrigue sculptor Charles Gallagher. A self-described "hunter-gatherer," he seeks these materials and turns them into works of art. Arts curator Mary Hart presents Gallagher's latest creations in "Bricks and Stones," a new exhibit of his sculptural art on display at the Greenwald Gallery, located inside the ALL Arts Gallery, 307 Market St.   Read More >>
 
Lowell's vital downtown arts scene bursts with color and life as cool May days meander toward June. The LTC Gallery at Lowell Telecommunications on Market Street presents "Brushstrokes of Strength," a compelling show of artwork by cancer survivors at Lowell General Hospital's Cancer Center.   Read More >>
 
Radiating energy and feel-good emotions, "The Wiz" eases on down the road at Lyric Stage in Boston May 18-June 24. A soulful retelling of L. Frank Baum's beloved "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz," the show blends fairy-tale glamour and street smarts to make a classic fantasy sparkle for today.   Read More >>
 
Before they don their caps and gowns for commencement on May 19, graduating seniors in the UMass Lowell Art and Design program get to show off a bit. Their work is on view May 10-19 in the biannual Spring 2018 BFA Exhibition in the University Gallery, the Mahoney Gallery and the Mahoney hallways.   Read More >>
 
With May's arrival, there's art, culture and more to enjoy in Lowell this weekend. At Loading Dock Gallery, located at Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Ave., fine-art students from Innovation Academy Charter School in Tyngsboro share their work in the "4th Annual IACS Student Art Exhibition" from May 1-26, with a reception Saturday, May 5, 5-7 p.   Read More >>
 
Downtown Lowell comes alive next Thursday, May 3, with the revival of the spring into early fall Downtown Lowell First Thursdays celebration of art and culture. Various art galleries, museums and restaurants along and close to Market Street, the cultural heart of Lowell, made the decision over the winter to revive it following its hiatus last year, said chairman Marshall Moyer.   Read More >>
 
 

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