LAVA’s First Online Open Mic
March 23, 2020
Due to Governor Baker’s state of emergency issuance, The LAVA Center will be closed for public events through April.
In the past week of being closed, we launched an Online Open Mic event which went live on Wednesday, March 25 and is viewable on our website. During our continued hiatus, we will look at doing more online programming, including more open mics, writing groups, book clubs, and more. (Click here for details.)
We are seeking suggestions: What would you like to see? What would you like to participate in? Tell us!
We will soon revisit our policy with regards to our public events in May. Keep an eye on our emails and on social media for updates!
Looking ahead: We’re thinking ahead to when restrictions are relaxed but physical distancing from others is still important. The LAVA Center is investing in a sound system that will enable presenters to hear one another easily while maintaining six feet of distance from everyone else, and for audiences to hear presenters as well. When we are able to reopen, we’ll keep scrupulously to the best practices that have been developed over the past month.
Your financial support is especially appreciated at this time. You can donate here.
Thank you for your cooperation and continued support!
We are located at 324 Main Street (rte 2A), by the corner of Federal Street (rte 5/10), in downtown Greenfield, Massachusetts.
The LAVA Center is a new arts incubator, black box theater, and community space in the heart of Greenfield, MA‘s Crossroads Cultural District.
With a focus on creating opportunities in and through primarily the performing and literary arts, the LAVA Center hosts a variety of arts events, classes, and workshops. It is also a space to display and sell art made by local artisans.
The LAVA Center is also available to rent for meetings and workshops, and provides an affordable option for groups needing space for rehearsals, classes, and small performances.