Mosesian Center for the Arts is made up of artists, administrators, technicians, volunteers, donors, and audience members. We work to produce, to present, to exhibit, to entertain. We know that art educates, art heals, art inspires, art brings us together. And it takes all of us to make this happen.
This site will shine a spotlight on a few featured members of our community. We are MCA.
If you are a member of the MCA community who would like to be featured on this site, please contact us.
Zoe Schein is a teacher and artist from Urbana, Illinois. She’s been working at MCA as a teaching artist for almost four years, and she’s taught classes in comics, drawing, art appreciation, memoir writing, and animation. When she’s not teaching, she’s working as a freelance cartoonist and illustrator, checking out library books, and bothering herContinue reading “Zoe Schein”
Liz Helfer pursued sculpture and received her BFA from Alfred University in 2010. She currently creates cast metal and mixed media sculpture at Liz Helfer Studios outside of Boston. In addition to creating commissioned work, she is the Coordinator of Hatch Makerspace run by the Watertown Free Public Library. What’s your earliest memory of theContinue reading “Liz Helfer”
This spotlight is the first to feature an organization, Hatch Makerspace, which has been a partner with MCA (along with other individuals and organizations) to plan and promote the community YardArt project. Hatch Makerspace is free to use and open to everyone. Hatch Makerspace, affectionately called Hatch, is a workshop space stocked with tools, materials,Continue reading “Hatch Makerspace”
Raised in Wisconsin, Cassie is a director, designer, production manager, and educator who semi-permanently resides in Cambridge. She graduated from Boston College in 2017 and has since been working as a full-time theater artist. In addition to being a freelance director and designer, she is the full-time production manager at Central Square Theater and theContinue reading “Cassie Chapados”
Susan is a Boston-based soprano and educator who strives to empower others through her diverse range of singing and teaching. She studied Vocal Performance at Ithaca College and completed her Master’s of Music in Voice Performance at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. As a teacher, Susan is passionate about combining science andContinue reading “Susan Davies”