During this the season of thanks our list is long and our hearts are full. We give thanks to these amazing people and organizations who believe, like we do, in the power of public art and who have supported our journey in 2016.
Announcing our 2019 theme, New Codes which will explore how we can work together with artists and communities to forge new precedents for the who, what, where, and why of public art.
This month, we’re delighted to welcome Jesse Baerkahn, President & Founder of Graffito SP, to the N+T Board. Click to read an interview with Jesse to learn more about his work in urban planning, placemaking, and his drive to create more public art across Boston.
We’re partnering with Arts Connect International to sponsor the 2019 Arts Equity Summit and present a panel “Loop-breaking: creating a virtuous cycle of public art production” to consider the challenges of creating truly community-oriented artworks and discuss barriers to entry for public art artists and audiences alike.
Leah Triplett Harrington's latest blog post reflects on Arts in Transit and how its producer, UrbanArts, influences N+T today.
Our vision for a public art city means seeding every neighborhood and civic space of Boston with artworks that reflect the vibrant diversity of our city and challenge the status quo.