By Greg Cook/ @aestheticresearPhotos by Creative Collective Originally published on Essex County Creates The laser and sound installation “Im|Migration” by Stephanie Benenson of Hamilton for the North Shore Community Development Coalition’s Punto Urban Art Museum repeats on May 16, 17 and 18 from 8 to 10 p.m. each night. As darkness settled on Salem’s Point neighborhood last [….]
Northshore CDC kicked off the second year of programming of the Punto Urban Art Museum in their gorgeous loft space this past weekend.. Highlights of the event included live painting with artist Ruben Ubiera, breakdancing, live art experiences and a heart thumping performance by Grooversity!
Our vision is to create a world class urban arts district in Salem’s Point Neighborhood, one that embraces its rich immigrant and architectural history and present a dynamic opportunity for the neighborhood’s future.
Every Sunday in August, the City of Salem, and Greg Coles Drum and Dance, give free dance lessons in Peabody Street Park. As an added bonus the AMAZING kids from Cultura Latina Dance Academy, hot off the heels of the Dominican Festival in Boston performed multiple traditional dance routines.
Throughout the month of August Greg Coles and the City of Salem take over Peabody Street Park and give free dance lessons to anyone that attends! Peabody Street Park and the South Harbor make for a beautiful setting at sunset for this community event. The next event is Sunday, August 13, 2017, at 6:00PM
The City of Salem, in partnership with the Point Neighborhood Association and the North Shore Community Development Coalition, hosted the re-opening celebration of Mary Jane Lee Park, at the corner of Palmer and Prince streets.