N+T Critic-in-Residence Leah Triplett Harrington explores parallels in Boston’s public art in the 1980’s and today.
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.
We all desire to be understood and recognized. N+T’s Kate Gilbert reflects on the pilot year of our Public Art Accelerator program and how the artists’ empathy and vision helped shaped the program for 2019.
Announcing an $18,000 matching challenge toward helping us achieve our 2018 year-end fundraising goal of $48,000.
Public art reflects the value of equity in a town or city for all its members to be able to access contemporary art. I believe most artists, by nature, are cultural producers, hoping to share ideas, perspectives and curiosity. Interacting with art is an important social and personal experience and when shared publicly, has limitless impact.