Leah Triplett Harrington, editor of Big Red & Shiny, explores how art and time-based work can be recorded or documented in this final essay in our four-part collaboration with Big, Red & Shiny and Alter Projects.
Jameson Johnson, founder of the Boston Art Review talks about how collaborating with N+T for their upcoming Public Art Issue is supporting a more sustainable art ecosystem and introduces six writers who were paid for their work through partnership with Now + There.
What does it take to fill a room with happiness, art, energy, and togetherness? We’ll tell you…
New space, a growing team, and more commitment than ever to our #publicartcity.
Creating a sculpture that appears to float so effortlessly took over 600 man hours of fabrication and installation. Read on for a behind-the-scenes look at all that went into Growth Rings — and some fun facts about Central Wharf Park, too!
Introducing Growth Rings by Oscar Tuazon, a new commission for Central Wharf Park, guest curated by Pedro Alonzo.