Site-specific public art is the lens through which we experience common spaces and grow as a community. In 2017, Chicago is celebrating a Year of Public Art by funding permanent and temporary works, performances, education, and gatherings to promote civic discourse through art. Here's how we think Boston can—must!—have a Year of Public Art.
Boston was spared this winter and our fair City of People, Places and Things (to borrow a term) is coming alive with public art opportunities. Check out our top picks for artists, designers and mer-people alike.