• Deepti Navaratna, Alchemy of Sound: Cultural Diplomacy Through Music
Photo credit: Lara Booth

    2nd Annual PreXFenway Winners: Deepti Navaratna, Haril Pandya, Bette Ann Libby

    Congratulations to our PreXFenway winners Deepti Navaratna, Haril Pandya, and Bette Ann Libby! All three will speak at TEDxFenway: Agitate/Innovate/Evolve on Tuesday, May 19 at Berklee College of Music.

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  • BU Theatre, the Huntington Theatre Company's main stage

    We asked, and We Received. Meet this Year’s PreXFenway Finalists!

    BU Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company’s main stageWe asked Boston’s AGITATORS and INNOVATORS to share their insights and work toward reimagining the status quo, and have selected 10 finalists to audition at the 2nd annual PreXFenway. The event, taking place on Monday, May 4, 6:30PM-8:30PM at the historic Boston University Theatre at the Huntington Theatre Company, [...]

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  • Calling All Agitators and Innovators for PreXFenway!

    Calling All Agitators and Innovators for PreXFenway!

    Are you an Agitator or an Innovator? Have thoughts on what needs to take place to truly Evolve? Want to hear those who have sought change?

    If yes, The Fenway Alliance invites you to submit a video for a chance to audition at the Second Annual PreXFenway, and/or to attend! This year, we seek video submissions on the TEDxFenway theme Agitate/Innovate/Evolve. Ten finalists chosen from the submissions will audition at a historic performance venue in the Fenway Cultural District, and two will be selected by a panel of judges to speak at the official TEDxFenway.

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  • Public by Design Panel for Boston Design Week, Thursday, 3/19 @MassArt

    Public by Design Panel for Boston Design Week, Thursday, 3/19 @MassArt

    Join The Fenway Alliance at the Public by Design Panel during the 2nd annual Boston Design Week!
    March 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    At Massachusetts College of Art and Design, 11th Floor Tower Building, Trustee’s Room
    621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
    RSVP: kbrilliant@fenwayalliance.org
    Hear how Public Art/Architecture Installations can serve as a way to build community, while creating [...]

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  • Partner Spotlight: Chris Saad, Audio Concepts

    Partner Spotlight: Chris Saad, Audio Concepts

    Get to know the members of The Fenway Alliance’s Corporate Partners community, starting with Chris Saad, General Manager at Audio Concepts.

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  • (L-R) Malcolm Rogers, Sarah Welsh
Photo credit: Sarah Nichols

    Celebrating 4th Annual FACES Honoree Malcolm Rogers in the Fenway Cultural District

    Malcolm Rogers, the Ann & Graham Gund Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, was honored by The Fenway Alliance on November 12 at the MFA. Mr. Rodgers was surrounded by festively dressed friends, colleagues and arts enthusiasts when he received the FACES award, Fenway Alliance Celebrates Exceptional Spirit. This annual award was presented by Kelly Brilliant, the Alliance’s Executive Director.

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  • A Look Inside Fenway Studios

    A Look Inside Fenway Studios

    By Hallie Selinger
    In a polygonal block, surrounded by Boylston and Ispwich Street, there stands a grand brick building with vast windows and simple but beautiful architectural details. Although at first glance the Fenway Studios might be mistaken for an exceptionally beautiful warehouse, in truth, this structure carries a vast artistic history within its brick and [...]

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  • Sparkles, Cymbals and Beats at 13th Annual Opening Our Doors

    A throng of people chanted “Fenway Rocks! Fenway Rocks!” led by Councilor Tito Jackson, as the Kickoff Ceremony of the 13th annual Opening Our Doors (OOD) festival officially began on Monday, October 13. The event, organized by The Fenway Alliance, is a seasonal favorite featuring over 60 live performances, art exhibits, public art installations, and experiential activities such as kite building, mural painting, and theatre improve workshops, all provided to the public at no cost.

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  • Second PreXFenway Videos Available Now

    Second PreXFenway Videos Available Now

    Videos from the Second annual PreXFenway are available now. Hear this year’s finalists talk about gentrification, improv comedy as a tool of for creative growth, the changing nature of philanthropy among Millennials, the connection between neuroscience, music and cultural understanding, and more.

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  • Deepti Navaratna, Alchemy of Sound: Cultural Diplomacy Through Music
Photo credit: Lara Booth

    2nd Annual PreXFenway Winners: Deepti Navaratna, Haril Pandya, Bette Ann Libby

    Congratulations to our PreXFenway winners Deepti Navaratna, Haril Pandya, and Bette Ann Libby! All three will speak at TEDxFenway: Agitate/Innovate/Evolve on Tuesday, May 19 at Berklee College of Music.

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  • May’s Out and About

    Friday May 1st
    Psychology Department Colloquium
    3 PM / Northeastern University / 215 Shillman
    Lecture: Dr. George Sperling, Distinguished Professor from the University of California, Irvine, Cognitive Sciences Department, and Member of the National Academy of Sciences, will be giving a talk entitled “Deriving computational models for temporal, spatial, and feature attention.”

    The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble
    8 PM / [...]

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  • Public by Design Public Art Panel for Boston Design Week

    Public by Design Public Art Panel for Boston Design Week

    Panelists George Thrush, Dean of NEU School of Architecture; Janet Oberto, Brand Strategist for Selbert Perkins; Rachel Hampton,  Architect at Goody Clancy;  Toni Gaspard, Community Liaison of the First Church of Christ, Scientist; Matt Hincman, Professor at MassArt; Kim Poliquin, Architect at Brian Healy Architects; Murray Dewart of the Boston Sculptors Group; and Jean Kim, [...]

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  • Deepti Navaratna, Musician/Neuroscientist/Cultural Entrepreneur; Founder and Director of Carnatic Alchemy Project, New England Conservatory of Music

    Deepti Navaratna, Musician/Neuroscientist/Cultural Entrepreneur; Founder and Director of Carnatic Alchemy Project, New England Conservatory of Music

     
    Deepti Navaratna is a neuroscientist and musician based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. An accomplished South Indian Classical musician, her music has been presented at premiere performing spaces in the United States such as Asia Society (New York City), Symphony Space (New York City), Jordan Hall (Boston), Harvard Arts Museum (Cambridge), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Yale [...]

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  • Matthew Rouser, Code for Boston

    Matthew Rouser, Code for Boston

    Matthew Rouser is a Detroit native who’s traveled, studied, lived and worked internationally and at home. He is a strategist and technologist who is passionate about urban space.  He has devoted his career to making cities better for the people that dwell in them and promoting understanding of how we interact with city environments and [...]

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