May 2020 Week 7
Staying Connected and Creative 
Each Wednesday during the stay-at-home advisory period,
we'll be sending out a variety of art-related links to help keep you connected

After months of saving lives by staying home, a lot of us are feeling restless. 
This week we're sharing ways you can experience global arts and culture from the safety of home!

We need your help to keep going!

It takes a village of staff and artists to adapt and s ustain programming in  this  challenging environment we find ourselves in. 
For a limited time, we're offering socially distanced portraits from local photographer Peter Worrest to thank you for donations of $15 or more. Claim your photo session for your own family or pay it forward with #TheFrontStepsProject. More info is available on our website!
Summer Drama Workshop: Pre-registration Now Open!
Kids who have been missing theater will be happy to hear that pre-registration is now open for our 32nd season of Summer Drama Workshop! 

As of right now, we plan to hold camp as scheduled this summer. To keep things flexible as guidance changes, we are offering pre-registration with a nonrefundable $25 registration fee; you can register now to hold your child's place, and we will invoice families for their total tuition as our start date (July 6) approaches. Visit the Summer Drama Workshop page on our website for details about the exciting productions we'll be performing this year, new extended care hours, and financial aid.

Have a global adventure without venturing out from your home! Check out these resources to see the world, safely...
Tour global museums and collections with Google Arts & Culture

Sail the open seas in song with a live concert from David Coffin and the Revels

Transform chicken with recipes from around the world with Milk Street Online

Visit famous artists' homes from home with this list from National Geographic

We're seeking people for the following roles...

1.  Our Summer Drama Workshop program is hiring a Music Director, Teaching Artists, and Program Assistants.  Click here  for more info and to apply.

2.  Join our Board of Directors and help deliver high-quality arts programming to the community.  Send an email to

River's Edge Arts Alliance Board and Staff:

2019 - 2020 Board of Directors
Anna Klashka - President
Danielle Neuffer - Vice President
Kevin Santos - Treasurer
Christopher Griffith - Secretary
Julie-Anne Burdick
PJ Mann
Leia Owen
Ron Sorgman
Peter Worrest

Junior BOD members:
Brianna Hamel - Marlborough High School
Lucy McCabe - AMSA
Chief Administrative Officer - Danielle Griggs

To learn more about our leadership, please visit our leadership website:  

Current Annual Report:
The River's Edge Arts Alliance is proud to be a member of the Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Marlborough Chamber of Commerce .