We are making Boston a public art city. You’ve heard us declare this a few times, and you may be thinking, “Yes, I'm in! But, what does it take?” Kate Gilbert reflects on the vision, strategy, relationships and commitment necessary.
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.