https://www.walthamopenstudios.org/ The Tea Leaf and Watch City Arts Gallery
487 Moody Street
Waltham, MA 02453
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Watch City Arts Gallery is one of three locations participating in Waltham Open Studios. We are at the top of the Moody Street Historical District. Located inside 'The Tea Leaf, a Tea Parlour and Art Gallery'. Parking on Chestnut St. Municipal lot. (Call ahead to order High Tea.) We will pause entrance to the gallery to celebrate 'WatchCityArts Gallery and Waltham Tourism as they present readings and discussion with acclaimed local poets Saturday, November 5th 2pm–3:30pm. Limited seating. TheTeaLeaf.US WatchCityArts.Org
Tom Daley’s poetry has appeared in North American Review, Harvard Review, Massachusetts Review, 32 Poems, Fence, Denver Quarterly, Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, Witness, and elsewhere. He is a recipient of the Dana Award in Poetry. FutureCycle Press published his first collection of poetry, House You Cannot Reach—Poems in the Voice of My Mother and Other Poems. His chapbook, Far Cry, was published in 2022 by Ethel Zine & Micro Press. He leads writing workshops in the Boston area and online for poets and for writers working in creative prose.
Mary Beth Mullen Hines is an award-winning poet who grew up in the Warrendale section of Waltham. She attended Waltham public schools and later studied English at the College of the Holy Cross. Following a career in public service, she began a creative writing practice. Her poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction appear in literary journals and anthologies nationally and abroad. Winter at a Summer House is her first poetry collection. When not reading or writing, she swims, walks in the woods, travels with her husband, and enjoys life with their family, including their two beloved grandchildren. Visit her at www.marybethhines.com. https://walthamtourism.com
Waltham Open Studios:https://www.walthamopenstudios.org
At this free, family friendly event on Moody Street in the heart of Waltham, artists open their studios to share their work and creative process.
Now in its 46th year, Waltham Open Studios aims to foster connections between professional artists and the public and provide visitors the opportunity to engage with members of the creative community.