Twenty-two leading Cambridge arts organizations have teamed together to present the Cambridge Arts Challenge, March 14-31. The Arts Challenge pits companies against one another in a friendly competition to see which team can attend the most arts events during the two week contest. The competition culminates with a celebration to crown the Cambridge Arts Champion sponsored by the art-centric Beat Brasserie in Harvard Square on April 2, 2015.
Will Microsoft Take the Crown?
Team Microsoft competes against teams from the Cambridge offices of Twitter, Google, Facebook and Cambridge Innovation Center in the battle to support the arts in our community. Points are tallied via social media activity using the hashtags #TeamMicrosoft and #ArtsChallenge. Team standings can be tracked on the Challenge’s real-time leader board (link to http://www.cambridgeartschallenge.org/leader-board). Prizes will be awarded to individuals throughout the Arts Challenge. Up for grabs this weekend is a fabulous package of theater tickets for the first person to make the leader board on March 14.
How to Play
- Sign up to receive Arts Challenge emails highlighting select events.
- Attend oodles of Cambridge arts and culture events between March 14-31
- Claim points for your team! Post to either Twitter, Instagram or Facebook ONCE for each event you attend. Be sure to use BOTH #ArtsChallenge and #TeamMicrosoft in your posts to be counted in the Challenge leader board.
For Facebook, post directly to our page, facebook.com/cambridgeartschallenge, to get your points tallied.
- Have fun and see the city of Cambridge in a new light!
Molly Akin is the Director of Marketing at Cambridge Arts Council, a city agency that funds, promotes, and presents high-quality, community-based arts programs for the benefit of artists, residents, and visitors. Active since 1974, Cambridge Arts is one of the most dynamic local arts agencies in the county. www.cambridgema.gov/arts
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