Of Course! There, we enjoy small bites from the generous restaurants of Cambridge along with plenty of wine, beer and a signature cocktail. Best of all, we savor the spirited conversation and sense of convivial community that CCAE is famous for, all while celebrating our 80th birthday!
The Dance Complex presents and hosts local and regional dance companies, independent choreographers, and celebrations and festivals for dancers of all ages. Ongoing and weekend workshops in a variety of dance styles for dancers from beginning to advanced. A wide range of dance and movement classes for professional, pre-professional, and recreational movers.
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The Cambridge Social Union CSUfounded in and formally incorporated intaught classes for adults in the former Brattle house which it had moved into in after purchasing it. The courses included literacy classes and general classes taught by Harvard College and Radcliffe College students and faculty. However, a feasibility study showed that the organization was in trouble. It offered evening courses to local residents and in became an independently run organization.
The juried Golahny Awards honors outstanding artistic achievement in by students and teachers. Cambridge theater director, playwright, and acting teacher, Stan Edelson, 87, who played a significant role in the s experimental theater movement and the women's liberation movement, will be recognized for his 58 years of teaching community-based theater at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education CCAE in Harvard Square. The Cambridge Center for Adult Education is fortunate to have bilingual poet Katia Kapovich among our roster of amazingly talented instructors.
For more than two centuries, Brattle Street has been one of the finest residential streets in America. InGeorge Washington and his army made their headquarters in the abandoned mansions of seven wealthy loyalists — all of which still stand today. The homes of the poets Longfellow and Lowell will also be seen.
Founded inCCAE serves 11, participants annually with the highest-quality courses, as well as lectures, performances, art exhibitions, and poetry readings. Over professionals teach these classes, consistently earning excellent reviews from students. Our audiences are diverse by age, race, and household income.
Owner Liz Stewart has been making and teaching jewelry since She uses new and repurposed hardware in unexpected ways. You will find bracelets, necklaces, earrings and pendants in her collection.