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The Center for Arts at the Armory
191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
In 2009, this nonprofit arts organization moved into the freshly renovated Armory Building on Highland Ave. Conceived asMore space that would "galvanize the creative spirit," they set up studio and live/work space for artists, as well as two galleries and two performance areas: a more intimate café and a larger hall. Concerts, film screenings and happenings like their fall Harvest Fest fill most of the performance calendar. Spoken word, theater and comedy can also be seen here. 
Mark Sandman Music Project
191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
In the basement level of the 102-year-old Armory Arts Center on Highland Ave, you'll find the Mark Sandman MusicMore Project and Hi-N-Dry Records. The project was established as a tribute to Sandman, the frontman and songwriter best known for his work with the bands Morphine and Treat Her Right. Hi-N-Dry is a full-service independent record label offering recording, engineering, production and distribution. The Mark Sandman Music Project has deep ties to the community and focuses on providing opportunities for young people to express themselves creatively.