Community Open Mic Night, hosted by Amanda Shea

By MIT Open Space Programming

Hosted by multidisciplinary artist and educator Amanda Shea.

Hosted by multidisciplinary artist and educator Amanda Shea.  Join us for an open mic night in the park, with featured performances by acclaimed local artists. Bring a song, poem or performance to share, or come as a fan to support the community in sharing their art!
Wednesday, June 29 6:30pm – 8:30pm

All ages.

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Contact

MIT Open Space Programming
MIT Open Space Programming
openspace@mit.edu
6177152541

Optional registration

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Free!

Location

  • In-person only.

Kendall/MIT Open Space

292 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States

Next to the Kendall/MIT inbound T stop. 

We are committed to creating an inclusive, accessible environment on our website and in-person in the open space. If you would like to request a disability-related accommodation please don't hesitate to contact us at openspace@mit.edu.

Additional information

Join us for an open mic night in the park, with featured performances by acclaimed local artists. Bring a song, poem or performance to share, or come as a fan to support the community in sharing their art!

About Amanda Shea

Amanda Shea is a multidisciplinary artist residing in Boston. She has performed spoken word poetry at numerous venues throughout Boston, including the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art. She served as an official host for the 2018 and 2019 Boston Art & Music Soul Festival and the 2019 Arts Equity Summit. Shea was recently named one of WBUR The Artery Top 25 artists transforming the cultural landscape. 

In October 2022, Shea will be going on tour for the third time traveling to Africa. The “Awake” tour seeks to explore the role of art as both a revolutionary and spiritual tool for social justice and spiritual awakening in humans.  As an educator, Amanda is known for creating curriculum focusing on poetry, public speaking, healing, and liberation which have been applied by schools and organizations throughout the Boston area.

About this event

Keeping us safe: This event will follow all MIT policies and Covid safety guidelines. Face coverings are not required, but you are most welcome to wear one if you wish. More info on MIT policies can be found at now.mit.edu/policies.

Photos and/or videos will be taken at this event. By entering and attending this event, you acknowledge and agree that your likeness may be included in photos and videos of the event and that those photos and videos may be used by MIT in connection with communications about MIT Open Space Programming or in other MIT communications, and/or shared with third parties, including on the Internet. If you do not agree to this usage, please notify a staff member when you arrive.

We are committed to creating an inclusive, accessible environment on our website and in person at our events. If you would like to request a disability-related accommodation, please contact us at openspace@mit.edu.

With any questions, email us at openspace@mit.edu.