DCA honors presidents at 50th reception

CAMBRIDGE — Dorchester Center for the Arts recognized several past presidents during the October Second Saturday Reception marking DCAs 50th Anniversary. Senator Addie Eckardt was on hand to present citations from the Governor, the Senate, and the entire Eastern Shore delegation. Additionally, citations from the Governor and from the Senate were presented to Georgie Feldman […]

Spectrum: Study the Mona Lisa and more at DCA

CAMBRIDGE — This November, DCA will continue their Visiting Artist Series with several online classes via the Zoom platform.SoulCollage, taught by North Carolina artist Bridget Pemberton-Smith, ATR-BC, is an intuitive and creative collage making process using simple materials, and participants create a personalized deck of cards with each card representing a part of their personality. […]

‘Groove City’ film shows need for honesty, healing

CAMBRIDGE — “You Don’t Know Nothin’ Bout Groove City,” a 60-minute documentary produced by WHCP Radio in conjunction with a community advisory committee, debuted at the Dorchester Center for the Arts on Feb. 29. For more than an hour, a standing room crowd of more than 250 people watched the story of Cambridge’s identity as […]

July exhibition at DCA: ‘Women in the World’

CAMBRIDGE — On July 3, Dorchester Center for the Arts will open “Women in the World: The Impact of the 19th Amendment.” Organized by local artist Lori Dever, the exhibit is being presented in recognition of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which was signed into law in August 1920 […]

Spectrum: DCA will open with John Barth exhibition

On June 6, 2020 Dorchester Center for the Arts will be reopening the downstairs galleries and gift shop from noon-6 p.m. To mark the opening, a new exhibition curated by John Lewis will be on view entitled, “Art from the Southbank: Works inspired by John Barth’s vision of the Eastern Shore.” Acclaimed author and Cambridge […]

Spectrum: Events are canceled at DCA

The Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) is closely monitoring the evolving situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The safety and security of our visitors, staff and volunteers is our highest priority. We are following recommended guidelines from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our state and local health agencies, and will continue […]