Tag Archive for Downtown Lynn Cultural District

Photos of Cultura Latina Dance Academy’s Easter Egg Hunt

Photos by Tia Cole – On Saturday, April 15th, 2017 kids invaded the Lynn Museum park to hunt for eggs hidden by Cultura Latina Dance Academy. Apparently, there was also a lot of bubble blowing. Thanks to Tia Cole for the photos! Cultura Latina Dance Academy is located in the LynnArts Building of Lynn Museum/LynnArts,…

Vigil Monday in Front of LynnArts Building

4/16/17 From Lynn Museum/LynnArts – Today’s violence is not reflective of the good happening in our community. We all need to stand strong against it. Please gather tomorrow evening (Monday) at 7:30pm in front of the LynnArts building, 25 Exchange St, in vigil for the lives lost today and against the senseless acts of violence…

Beyond Walls Kickoff Party Meets Goal, Fundraising Continues

4/7/17 [UPDATE] Link to CALL FOR ARTISTS “Beyond Walls is a group of community partners, downtown residents and business owners organized by Al Wilson and Amanda Hill, seeking funds for a placemaking project in downtown Lynn featuring public art and lighting installations. MassDevelopment has offered a Commonwealth Places grant, contributing $50,000 to the project if Beyond…

Photos from Lynn Museum’s Annual Trivia Night

4/3/17 Lynn Museum/LynnArts had its annual Trivia Night fundraiser Thursday, with Trivia Master and Executive Director of the organization, Drew Russo. This year’s “Presenting sponsor” was the Lynn Shelter Association. All proceeds went to support programs at Lynn Museum/LynnArts. Sound system provided free by upsidemedia. LynnHappens is a project of upsidemedia, LLC.

Did you die of dysentery on the Lynnway?

If you’re of a certain age, seeing this sign on the Lynnway likely brought back memories of elementary or middle school computer labs, and teachers who thought spending all that time playing Oregon Trail would either teach us something about history or qualify us as computer whizzes. This is mainly because we knew how to put the…

Paul Nathan Solo Exhibit at LynnArts

3.19.17 An opening reception was held Saturday for the current exhibit at LynnArts featuring works by Paul Nathan. ARTIST’S BIO: This is the first public showing of my work. I have finally been convinced the pieces are ready. I am 68 years old and live and work in Lynn. There have been two major ‘periods’…

Moving and Shaking with Justice Born of WRECKSHOP Movement

by Carla Scheri – Justice Born is a community organizer dedicated to equal opportunity and social justice. To that end, he formed WRECKSHOP Movement, a collective of socially aware musicians, writers, artists and makers. The mission of WRECKSHOP is To Unite, Educate and Empower. The short-term goals of the movement are to continue to build…

NSCC Celebrates Black History Month at Lynn Museum

The North Shore Community College Office of Student Engagement through a Harlem Renaissance party Thursday night as part of their Black History Month celebration. NSCC students interested in joining in off-campus and evening activities can become part of the North Shore Campus Squad on facebook, twitter and instagram. Revelers were treated to food and jazz…