Cambridge Arts Council (CAC)
The Cambridge Arts Council is the official arts agency for the City of Cambridge, MA. Established in 1974, CAC's mission is to ensure that the arts remain vital for people living, working and visiting Cambridge. CAC accomplishes this mission by stimulating public awareness of and support for the arts, preserving and celebrating the City's diverse cultural heritage and commissioning art in public places. Join CAC throughout the summer months at concerts in parks throughout cambridge. Visit CAC's website for a list of Summer in the City performances, maps providing a tour of over 10 works of public art and information on gallery exhibits. For more information, call 617-349-4380 or visit our offices in the newly opened City Hall Annex at 344 Broadway in Cambridge - the City's first totally green municipal building.
Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)
The Department of Conservation and Recreation was created by the State Legislature in July 2003 through merging the functions of the former Metropolitan District Commission and the former Department of Environmental Management. The DCR is an environmental agency committed to conserving and protecting the natural, cultural and recreational resources for all citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. DCR has broad management responsibilities for the preservation, maintenance and enhancement of the natural, scenic, historic and aesthetic qualities of the environment within the greater metropolitan Boston area.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Crew
MIT is devoted to the advancement of knowledge and education of students in areas that contribute to or prosper in an environment of science and technology. The festival would like to thank the MIT Crew for generous use of their boat house facilities.