1 of 15: Trader Joe's in Cambridge donated beverages for the event.
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2 of 15: Community Arts Advocates, Inc. displayed examples of photos by Eric Rowley, documenting street performers in Cambridge Boston, Somerville and MBTA subway platforms.
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3 of 15: Caitlin Corbett Dance Company showed selections of past performances in video format.  We are looking forward to their 2006 Season!
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4 of 15: Cambridge Community Chorus will be presenting a new choral work entitled 'Psalm' which they commissioned from renowned Argentinean composer Luis Bacalov.  One lucky winner received tickets to their World Premiere Concert in May.
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5 of 15: Street Artists Photojournalism Project photographer, Eric Rowley, and Community Arts Advocates, Inc. Executive Director, Stephen Baird.  Stephen is a long-time Street Performer and one of the leading forces behind the Street Performer Ordinance in Cambridge.
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6 of 15: Cambridge artists and arts administrators make connections during the Celebration.  Mike Glier's
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7 of 15: CAC's Community Arts/Grants Administrator, Elizabeth White, talks to Passim Center board and staff about upcoming collaborations.
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9 of 15: 1369 Coffee House on Massachusetts Ave. donated coffee.  Thanks!
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10 of 15: Anjali, Gretchen and Shelley of Chhandam Institute of Kathak dance pose in front of their program display.
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11 of 15: Celebration attendees enter the CAC gallery by going through DeWitt Godfrey's massive steel cylinders.  Godfrey's 'Pamplona, inside' exhibit is part of the
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12 of 15: Sarah Newhouse and Greg Steres, of Actors' Shakespeare Project, begin a scene from Shakespeare's
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13 of 15: Marsha Stewart and David Saint Germain from The Community Art Center in Cambridge, accepted the Coming Up Taller Award from Debbie Allen and First Lady Laura Bush at the White House on Wednesday, January 25, 2006. This year, the Arts Council funded the 'Do It Your Damn Self Film Festival.'
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14 of 15: Two young dancers take a time out in one of Dewitt Godfrey's steel spheres.
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15 of 15: Actors' Shakespeare Project's Greg Steres and Ben Evett chat with CAC Community Arts Director, Jane Beal, over delicious snacks donated by the Middle East.
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