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Amazing Art Experiences Abound this September

Amazing Art Experiences Abound this September

Two of Cambridge’s biggest and best yearly arts events – Cambridge Arts Open Studios and Together Boston – are happening this month.

September is always a lively month in Cambridge with people coming back from vacation, school starting, and returning and new students flocking to our fair city. This fall, two arts events that usually take place in the spring are happening in September:

  • Together Boston (September 23-29) brings discussion panels, art installations, film screenings, and musical performances to venues to Cambridge and Boston for a week-long festival.
  • Cambridge Arts Open Studios (September 29-30) showcases Cambridge's diverse collection of public art and the range of Cambridge artists’ genres by visiting artists' studios, writers' workshops, theater prop rooms, and more both days from noon to 6:00 p.m.

2018 marks the ninth year of Together Boston and features local, national, and international musicians, including:

  • Bamboozle aka Eli Soul Clap (BOS) is the all-45 spinning funk DJ project from Eli. “Over the years I kept growing my 7” collection. 45s are a great way to bring a diverse range of records on the road without breaking my back. I can throw a bag of a hundred 45s over my shoulder and drop a set of funk, disco, hip-hop and reggae on vinyl, which is way more fun than playing classics digitally.”
  • Honey Dijon (NYC) was born and raised in Chicago – the home of house music – and the city’s influence on Honey’s style is deeply ingrained. Like many in the scene, her love affair with music began upon hearing her parent’s soul and R&B records at home. Soon, it was clear to her that she needed to be the one dropping the needle on the record at her parent’s basement parties – at which point there was no turning back – club life beckoned.
  • Denis Sulta (UK) has rapidly emerged as one of the most exciting new prospects from the ever-fertile Glasgow scene. His unique sound has been carefully crafted having earned his stripes and a large part of his musical education and knowledge through working at the internationally renowned Rubadub record store, whilst holding down regular and ongoing sets at the world famous Sub Club.

The tenth year of Cambridge Arts Open Studios showcases a range of local artists and genres all across the City.