About Project Arts
Project Arts of Plymouth started as an idea born in the Pilgrim Path Coffeehouse. Christina Reverdy from the Yellow House Studio brought an eclectic group of friends together to explore the possibility of producing a few concerts on the waterfront during the 1996 summer season that would feature local, regional and national acts.
The original make-up of the committee consisted of Cris Reverdy (owner of the Yellow House Studio, artist, music lover), Lloyd Rosenberg (lawyer, acoustic guitarist, singer/songwriter), Dave Jackson (counselor, acoustic entertainment promoter, comedian, singer/songwriter), and Mike Landers (owner of Nightlife Music Company, a booking and promotion company, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist with his band, T R A X).
The mix worked very well, with the 1st 13-show season's shows all free to the public, and the diversity and quality of the family entertainment was praised by all who attended.
Today Project Arts is comprised of a team of 8 volunteers with a broad range of experience in entertainment, and fundraising. We work hard year round to bring together a program for people of all ages to enjoy. The Project Arts Team is ALL volunteer and funds raised go to fees for use of the DCR park on the waterfront, cost for sound and entertainment, and advertising the events.
(photo courtesy of: Denise Maccaferri Photography)
The 2017 Project Arts Team
L-R John Sjostedt, Kim Borsari, Andrew Botieri, Michael Landers, Donna Osborne, Janet Bridge, Rosco Bridge, Norm Robertson.
Project Arts of Plymouth, Inc. is a non-profit organization 501(C)(3) dedicated to the promotion of the arts. We are funded entirely through the generous sponsorships from local businesses, and the support of our community, so please support the sponsors that support our organization.