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ARTS FOR ALL: Mosesian Center for the Arts Benefit 2019
Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 6:00PM

Mosesian Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal St
Watertown, MA 02472


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ARTS FOR ALL: Mosesian Center for the Arts Benefit 2019, The Mosesian Center for the Arts invites you to join us May 23rd as we celebrate ARTS FOR ALL: Mosesian Center for the Arts Benefit 2019 - a remarkable evening of compelling stories of transformation, exceptional entertainment, great food, wonderful friends, visual and tactile art for all to experience, and the celebration of some very special people. The night kicks off with a delightful dinner reception featuring a Burger Bar, Taco Bar, and stations to tantalize the senses. Guests can explore our "Please Touch the Art" Tactile Exhibition on the first and second floor galleries while sipping on the evening's signature beverages. Next, we'll move upstairs to the MainStage Theater for the Awards Presentation, a toe-tapping performance by one of the freshest faces in the dance scene - Ian Berg and Subject: Matter, and a finale performance with love from our own Watertown Children's Theatre's production of Rent. Finally, we'll make our way back to the Black Box Theater for a Make Your Own Sundae Bar Dessert Reception.

Our 2019 Awardees


Jon Sarkin – 2019 Mosesian Award for the Arts An acclaimed self-taught artist living in Gloucester, MA. The neurological effects of a stroke in 1989 led him to be wildly prolific. Popular culture, comics, literature, movies and music influence Sarkin’s work, which has been featured in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Vanity Fair and exhibited both nationally and internationally.


Kim Charlson – 2019 Mosesian Community Award As the Chairwoman of the Watertown Commission on Disabilities and the President of the American Council of the Blind, Kim has been an outstanding advocate for accessibility in our community.


Arlene Velleman – 2019 Mosesian Community Award An educator and American Sign Language interpreter who has had a profound impact on expanding access to our youth Performing Arts program, the Watertown Children’s Theatre.