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Mobius Returns To Fort Point!

Mobius Returns to Fort Point!

Greetings!

It is another year full of possibilities at Mobius, and to kick it all off, we are excited to announce that we have moved back to Boston and Fort Point!

What does this mean?

To start, we are no longer operating our former space at 55 Norfolk Street in Cambridge. Instead, Mobius’ office has relocated to the Midway Studio building at 15 Channel Center Street, Suite #202 Boston, MA02210. We have an exciting year of programs lined up for 2017 that will occur both at Midway and in collaboration with other venues around Boston and beyond.
Though we are excited by the potential that this move offers us, this was not an easy decision. Mobius had a productive time in Cambridge over the last five years and facilitated hundreds of new projects from a broad range of local, national, and international artists. During this time we formed a strong relationship with the Cambridge arts community – a relationship that we look forward to continuing to foster moving forward, even as we transition back to Boston.

As you may know, Mobius also has a deep and longstanding relationship with Fort Point, having once called the area our home for a span of over twenty years. For this reason, it seems fitting that our return to Fort Point will coincide with Mobius' 40th anniversary as an organization. During this landmark year, we look forward to reflecting upon and celebrating our past while we continue to build towards a stronger future!

Thanks to all of the artists we work with and our supporters, Mobius continues to evolve, grow and adapt to the many challenges we and other arts organizations face. Our new change of location comes with a renewed inspiration to identify ways that artist-driven experimental practices can contribute to meaningful conversations and forms of actions during these contentious social and political times.  

Thank you for being a part of this work. We look forward to seeing and working with you all in 2017!

All our best!
Mobius

Some upcoming programming highlights include:

January / February:

Mobius artists to participate in the first Boston SERC (Social Emergency Response Center) initiated by the Design Studio for Social Intervention.

Reports from Afield with Yuka Takahashi, Sara June & Max Lord, in which the artists will present on their experience developing a new project at the Work Space Brussels Residency.

March:

Sandy Huckleberry will present a new work at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.

April/May:

Mobius to present an evening of experimental work at City Hall in Boston.
 
Marilyn Arsem will participate in Bbeyond’s Being (in) Public: Time, Action, Freedom in Public Spaces in Belfast, Northern Ireland

June:

Mobius will present an evening-length program of new composer/choreographer collaborative works at Judson Church in NYC and Green Street Studios in Cambridge featuring local and New York based artists as well as Mobius Artists past and present.

June-August:

Mobius will be collaborating with the Distillery Gallery to develop new programs over the course of a three-month residency.

We will be sure to keep you posted as further details and dates are confirmed for these projects, and many others in the works!

photo by Bob Raymond of Milan Kohout and David Franklin performing Flying and Flowing