MCA Artist, Pat Carney, leading Brownie Troop #67303 in a fall watercolor workshop
• Insider Update •
Elevator Access

We have just submitted a request for CPA funds to move forward with installing an elevator in the building. The process is a daunting one, but we are very excited to be moving forward. Last year, we also had the Institute for Human Centered Design survey the main building and provide a report for ADA compliance for other architectural modifications that we will be working on in parallel with the elevator project. Stay tuned!
Winter Classes

Staff are finalizing the schedule for winter classes, workshops, and February vacation camp. Stay tuned for registration to open up later this month.

You can find your old favorites, as well as new workshops in Theatre, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing and more.
Kindness Rocks

Join your favorite arts center and the Lexington Human Rights Committee as we set up space to make your own kindness rocks for No Hate November.

Hide your creation out in the big world for someone to find, or hold on to it for your own personal inspiration.

Free - Registration required to manage space and supplies - SIGN UP HERE
Staff & Student Profiles

We continue to be amazed at the talent that collects here at the Center. So much so that we have started a series on staff and student profiles to share our delight. Read about 2 success stories collected this month.

Featured teacher: Thelma Goldberg, not only a local treasure, but a national treasure in dance.

Featured student: Maya Silverman, a teen painting/drawing student with superhero talent and a Marvel-ous internship . . .
Dance Inn Holiday Show Tickets

The Holiday Show is December 3 & 4 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. Tickets are on sale at
• A time to be grateful •
To be honest, this past year has been hard for every one of us in different ways. It has been strikingly difficult for nonprofits to weather the COVID-19 storm as well. While we are not beyond the effects that this pandemic has created, we are grateful to a hardworking and buoyant staff, teachers, tenants, and volunteers who continue to support our mission to bring the arts to Lexington and our neighbors.

As we approach the end of the calendar year, we join forces with supporters like yourself in our Annual Appeal to ensure that we continue to bring the same quality and quantity of arts education and creative opportunities to town.

Thank you.
Job Opportunities
Lexington School of Ballet seeks a part-time Office Assistant. Core responsibilities include monitoring the office during classes, assisting families, and performing general administrative tasks. Hours include one weekday evening and early afternoon on Saturday. To request a full job description, send an email to with the subject line “Office Assistant.”

The MCA Office is looking for a part-time Business Manager to manage accounts payable, payroll, end of year audit, and to oversee the outsourced accounting service. For more information please email Flexible hours, plus class and camp discounts.
The arts make everything better.