One hand alone does not clap.
If you have an interest in becoming active in promoting the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences* in the Town of Wrentham the Cultural Council is seeking volunteers to help "as needed" and as committee/commission members.
If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Tooker (508) 384-8689 or e-mail the Council at email@example.com
*The Massachusetts Cultural Council and Wrentham Cultural Council define the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences as:
Arts refer to the creation of work in the crafts and performing, visual, media, folk, design, literary, and inter-disciplinary arts. In addition, they also include the presentation and preservation of, and education about works in these disciplines.
Humanities are types of learning that deal with human values and aspirations, human thought and culture, language, and creativity. Examples include, but are not limited to, history, social studies, philosophy, criticism, and literature.
Interpretive sciences are types of learning that deal with nature, science, and technology in ways that explain how they relate to people’s lives. Some organizations that conduct this type of activity include aquariums, botanical gardens, nature centers, natural history museums, planetariums, and science centers.