Together we can bring more art to Boston!

Arts activist? Community member? Big time dreamer? Do you want to see more public art in Boston—and all the good that comes of it—like we do? Then please consider a tax-deductible donation in any amount to support our upcoming project, PUBLIC TRUST with Paul Ramirez Jonas, and future projects.


We believe Boston deserves accessible, contemporary and ever-changing public art and together we’re delivering these kind of projects with the support and philanthropy from people just like you. Donating to Now + There is a concrete way to show you believe in our shared mission and do something that will have a meaningful, measurable effect on our communities and on Boston. 

Your generous donation will help us continue the work we are doing to:

  • create a robust online community where artists and communities can share resources, 
  • offer educational panels exploring the trends in public art and Boston's emerging public art identity,
  • participate in pop-up projects such as the recent Inside Out Project Boston,
  • and plan our exciting city-wide summer project PUBLIC TRUST

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Can't give right now?

That's ok, we'd really like to be friends with you and hear what you have to say about public art in Boston. Find us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and tag your comments and photos #nowandthere and we'll share.

The more we share,
the more we have.
— Leonard Nimoy



The team that makes it happen.

Now and There relies on private contributions to create impactful public installations. Our donors, supporters and volunteers are all part of the team that is bringing more public art to Greater Boston. To you, we are grateful!

Benefactors (over $10,000)

The Lewis Family Foundation

Performers ($1,000-$2,500)


Sustainers ($250-$999)

Contributors ($25-$249)

In-Kind Supporters

Shared experience creates community.
— Harris Barron