Tag Archive for Jocelyn Almy Testa

Response: In Favor of a Planner

Opinion

10/25/17 Tell us what you’re thinking! Opinions are welcome either in short-form in the comments below or long-form to editor@lynnhappens.com. From Jocelyn Almy-Testa –   This is long, and is for Lynn residents. It’s about our need for a city planner. While I appreciate the op-ed piece recently in the Item [and LynnHappens 10/24] about the…

Jocelyn Almy-Testa Wins 2016 Friend of Art Education Award

The Massachusetts Art Education Association announces that Jocelyn Almy-Testa has been named as its 2016 Friend of Art Education. The award, given for the 2015-2016 academic year, will be presented at MAEA’s Annual Conference on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at MASS MoCA located in North Adams, Massachusetts. The Friend of Art Education award honors a person who merits…

Photos from Saturday – Lynn City-wide Open Studios

  Saturday, November 17 was Lynn Open Studios. They’ve happened before in Lydia Pinkham on Western Ave. and in LynnArts, but this marks the first year they were coordinated city-wide by Lynn artist Jocelyn Almy-Testa. The photo gallery below has a few shots from every participating location except for the Blue Ox, which was not…

City Wide Open Studios November 17

  November 17th, from 10am – 4pm, the city of Lynn will celebrate it’s First Annual City-Wide Open Studios event. Open studios, an arts community tradition, is a day when artists open their studios to the public to promote and sell their work. “Last year, we saw hundreds of people coming through the city the…

Harvey Mapcase at Turbine for the Downtown Holiday Arts Social

  Holiday Arts Social organizer Jocelyn Almy-Testa says, “We’re going to do these events every month, starting with the Holiday Social, as a way for artists, collectors, collaborators, administrators, supporters, city officials, etc., to get together in the same room without overhead projectors, without surveys, and without limitations, and talk, chat, network, share ideas, spread…

Arts After Hours Theatrical Debut a Success Downtown

by Seth Albaum photos by Josh Nunes In what’s a clear slap in the face of the doubters and the old codgers who like to ridicule efforts to revive downtown, Arts After Hours proved itself a very capable theatre company this weekend keeping sold out audiences rolling with laughter with The 25th Annual Putnam County…