WELCOME.
What role has the Cambridge Common played in your life?

Cambridge artist Kelly Sherman is working with Cambridge Arts
to celebrate the newly renovated Common, as part of a series of
public art projects for Summer 2017.

Using the tools of design research to bring the perspectives and stories
of others into her artwork, Kelly invites the general public to share their personal memories connected to the Cambridge Common.
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The Cambridge Common has changed over the centuries.
Among other things, it has been a battleground, a bandstand, and a playground. It has been the site of historic public events, as well as events that are more personal and private.  

What role has the Cambridge Common played your life?
Maybe a memory comes immediately to mind. Perhaps it’s about a person, a protest, or a private moment on a park bench. If you have interesting or meaningful memories connected to the Cambridge Common, we ask you to participate! You may choose to remain anonymous but your responses may be made public in the final artwork.

Please participate. Contribute your memories.
The goal is to gather as many memories related to the Cambridge Common. These contributions will inspire a temporary public artwork that will be exhibited on Cambridge Common in Summer 2017. A related exhibition will also be held at Gallery 344, the home of the Cambridge Arts Council, in the City Hall Annex on 344 Broadway in Cambridge.

Questions or comments? Email kelly@kellysherman.net
 
Think about the important people and events in your life that are connected to the Cambridge Common.

Please describe this person or event. Tell us what is important to you and the role of the Cambridge Common. *

Use as many or as few words as you like. Also, please feel free to submit multiple memories.
 
Please give your memory a simple title. *

Need help with your title? Consider using the name of a person or event. Examples: “Grandma Smith”, “My first protest”, “Playing ball with Dad”, “Life Decision”
 
What decade does this memory best connect to? *


 
Thank you so much for sharing your memory. We are honored. Now, please tell us a little about you.

We hope to connect with people of different ages, occupations, and places of residence. Your answers will help us know if we're meeting our goals.
 
Where do you live? Please share your city and state.

If you don't live in the USA, please share the country as well.
 
What is your current age?


 
What is your current occupation?

 
What is your first name?

Please only share your FIRST name.
 
THANK YOU!
Thank you so much for participating in this project.

If you have images that relate to your memory, please feel free to email them to kelly@kellysherman.net

By submitting this survey, you agree to let artist Kelly Sherman use your responses in a public exhibition.
Your responses will inspire and inform an exhibition of artwork that will be exhibited on Cambridge Common in Summer 2017. A related exhibition will also be held at Gallery 344, the home of the Cambridge Arts Council in the City Hall Annex on 344 Broadway in Cambridge.

Please invite others to participate by sharing this survey.

Participate in public art by sharing your memories of the Cambridge Common via this survey: https://kellysherman.typeform.com/to/c2YV03

Questions or comments? Email kelly@kellysherman.net
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