Public Trust finished its three-week run in Copley Square, September 11-17, 2016. Close to 400 people made promises, surrounded by monuments to learning, faith, and commerce. Every promise was a profound reminder of the power of our words in a time when words really do matter.
Hundreds of promises—literally—have been made at Public Trust so far at Dudley Square and Kendall Center. Today marks the halfway point of the artwork, which ends in Copley Square on September 17, and we're taking a moment to pause and reflect on some of the promises and participants who've made an effect on all...
In five days over 200 Bostonians have sat down to talk with Paul Ramirez Jonas or one of our ambassadors to share a promise, create a drawing, and then publish it on the billboard in Dudley Square. Check out every picture here.
Meet the thirteen Public Trust Artist Ambassadors working with Paul Ramirez Jonas to help us make promises to ourselves and our communities and reflect on the power of our words.