WELCOME TO THE NEW
AUGUST 26, 2016 – AUGUST 28, 2016
D•BAM FEST is Brockton’s annual end-of-summer arts and music festival. This year D•BAM FEST offers three days of art, music, crafters and open studios at the Stacy Adams Cultural Arts Building and Gallery 33. This program is funded in part by a grant from the Brockton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Brockton Poetry Series
Every fourth Tuesday of the month, The Brockton Poetry Series hosts a poetry open mic at 33 Dover Street in downtown Brockton.
Shoe City Screens
Shoe City Screens 2016 is coming November 10 – save the date and check back for more details.
Every 2nd Thursday, Brockton Arts presents a poetry open mic and slam.
Gallery 33 is our new exhibition space in Suite 130 in the Stacy Adams Cultural Arts Building on 33 Dover Street in Brockton. Our mission is to showcase work by artists known locally, nationally, and internationally. For each art installation we will be hosting a reception with light refreshments. Come join us for the art, conversation, networking, collaboration and more!
For the past five years Brockton Arts has hosted DBAMFest, Brockton’s premier arts and music festival. This year the expanded event moves to the Stacy Adams Cultural Arts Building and Gallery 33 located at 33 Dover Street. Beginning on Friday, August 26 and running through Sunday, August 28 DBAMFest offers three days of art, music, spoken word, kids activities and more.
THE JACMEL PROJECT
The Earthquake that devastated Port a Prince Haiti on January 12th 2010 deeply affected the Haitian community in its full international expression. The entire community was in mourning. In response to the malaise felt by all the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts (HAAM) began a program to support their artistic brethren in Jacmel Haiti, sending art supplies – brushes, paints, and canvas – to partners in Jacmel expressly to stimulate an artistic response to the devastation.