“Not all of Salem’s witchiness is silly… the play Cry Innocent: The People Versus Bridget Bishop, in which the audience may question the accused, is educational and beautifully performed.” – The New York Times Next month, Cry Innocent: The People Vs. Bridget Bishop returns to Salem for its 27th October of bringing the Salem Witch [….]
Brought to you by @eatdrinknorthshore_explore New takeout home in Salem If your sweet must follow your savory, then Poboys and Pies must be on your radar. They are currently going through a silent open you need to check them out during your next visit to Salem. Burrito and I dropped in on a Monday and [….]
Crossing Water (Sept. 7-14, 2019) is a week-long arts festival presented by Montserrat College of Art, that brings together the Salem and Beverly communities by fostering creation and connection through all forms of art—visual, narrative, performance, audio, and more.
Salem, Massachusetts – The City of Salem is hosting the 2019 Salem Spice Festival. Join us and celebrate nearly four centuries of Salem’s history of herbs, teas, and spices.
The 2019 Winter Island Drive-In series came to a close with an exciting and engaging event produced by Creative Collective LLC in partnership with the City of Salem Parks and Recreation Department.
Salem Public Arts is excited to be bringing the Bard Brigade back for another free public Shakespeare this summer. After last summer’s success presenting Macbeth in Derby Sq, Salem Public Arts and The Bard Brigade are looking forward to bringing King Lear to the new part at 289 Derby St. as well as returning to Derby Square.
Video by Koeun North Shore Pride Parade and Festival 2019 from Creative Collective MA on Vimeo. The North Shore Pride Parade and Festival were on June 22, 2019. This was a particularly special year as it was the 50 year anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. The Parade also kicked off a new route, starting at Shetland Park and [….]
Images by Creative Collective Click here for the full gallery Friday Night Kickoff Party The 2019 Salem Arts Festival brought thousands of people to downtown Salem for a weekend of music, art, performance, and fun. The organizers for the event are Salem Main Streets and Creative Collective. The Peabody Essex Museum was the title sponsor. [….]
Images by Creative Collective It’s time for Salem Arts Festival again this weekend! Performers and artists from all over New England will converge on downtown Salem to put on a great show, sell their wares, and participate in one of the biggest events of the year. Here’s the schedule for July 7th, 8th, and 9th [….]
A Lasting Memento: John Thomson’s Photographs Along the River Min On view June 1, 2019 through May 17, 2020 Save the Date: Press Reception on Wednesday, June 19 @ 6-8pm SALEM, MA – The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) presents a voyage into 19th-century China through one of PEM’s photographic treasures, John Thomson’s rare album Foochow and the River Min. [….]
The Arts and Culture Advocacy Series features voices in the community who are actively working to promote arts and culture as an essential and valuable part of business, community, and daily life. Tell us a bit about yourself and what role you play in the creative community? My name is Miranda Aisling (ash-leen), I’m an [….]
After much anticipation and hundreds of people asking: “When is the Friendship coming back?”, the beloved Friendship returned to Salem on Monday, April 22 to the cheers and excitement of everyone waiting for her on shore. The Phoenix School students were there to greet her in the less than perfect weather, holding up banners and [….]
As part of Artweek 2019, Creative Collective organized an event with the House of the Seven Gables that welcomed local Instagram influencers for behind the scenes access to this iconic locations galleries! As part of the event, the Collective welcomed the local Igers network @igerssalem and a handful of well known Insta-accounts! Here are the [….]
The Arts and Culture Advocacy Series features voices in the community who are actively working to promote arts and culture as an essential and valuable part of business, community, and daily life. Tell us a bit about yourself and what role you play in the creative community? As Salem’s Planner for Arts & Culture, I [….]
by Joey Phoenix Spring is finally here and the students at The Phoenix School are gearing up for their annual adventure. This year, they’re trekking down to the Florida Everglades. Trips like these have been part of the school’s curriculum for years now as a way to create an engaging project that’s adaptable across age, [….]