The map of YardArt locations will be up on launch day, Friday, March 5. Find it on the YardArt website.
How about… Wire sculpture A lighting display A big sign A play fort or house Window Art A maze A mobile hung from porch or tree branch Bird houses Knit-bombed tree or railing A fanciful creature Furniture made of sticks Mosaic covered stones Painted stones More ideas available from the staff at Hatch Makerspace: email@example.com!
Hatch Makerspace on Summer St. offers materials kits for YardArt projects. The kits, available for curbside pickup, include recycled plastic yard signs and lumber, hardware, a screwdriver, brushes, cord, and metal stakes for anchoring the installation. To reserve a kit, email Hatch Coordinator Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evie Glaser is getting busy on a YardArt installation for Salisbury Street.
This is the basis for a project on Winsor Ave by Rose Mary Su. What will it be? Hint: think Sesame Street…
Watertown is mobilizing for YardArt 2021, a townwide art exhibit and self-guided walking tour happening in March. Everybody can join the fun as makers or fans. We’re hoping to blanket the town with art and fanciful creations to drive away the winter blues in a COVID-safe way! How can you participate? Create something between now … More Spread the Word About YardArt!
The Watertown Public Arts Master Plan Advisory Committee and MAPC present the Watertown Public Arts Master Plan. … More The Public Arts Master Plan is here!
We hope you’ll join us between now and November while we collect citizens’ opinions about public art in our town and how to create, support, and maintain it.
We’re excited to announce the launch of WPACK—Watertown Public Arts & Culture Kit: A Resource Guide to Exploring Opportunities for Public Art. … More The Watertown Public Arts and Culture Kit is here!
Massis Bakery, owned by a local family for almost 40 years, is also a specialty market located in Coolidge Square. It is currently run by Sarkis Ourfalian. Many of Ourfalian’s family members were forced to move throughout the Middle East and other areas in order to escape the Armenian Genocide and the Lebanese civil war. … More Coolidge Square Stories: Massis Bakery