Kelly Brilliant, Executive Director For over 16 years, Kelly has led The Fenway Alliance in improving the physical, social, economic, and cultural environment of Boston’s Fenway community. In 2012, Kelly spearheaded a year-long community effort to designate the Fenway by the Massachusetts Cultural Council as the first of 30 Cultural Districts in Massachusetts, and the first in [...]Read More
Locations We will be following our rain plan. Please note any changes in location or time. locations and times subject to change as festival date approaches
Christian Science Plaza
250 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
***In the event of rain, all Christian Science Plaza events will be relocated inside 235 Huntington Avenue (the former Sunday School on First Church Plaza).
244-256 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
***In the event of rain, Evans Way Park events will be relocated either inside the lobby of SFMA @ Tufts or in the YMCA on Huntington Avenue.
360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115
***In the event of rain, all Krentzman Quad events will be relocated inside the lobby of the YMCA on Huntington Ave.
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TEDx Fenway seeks to get at the heart of the complex process of moving past the status quo to address the changes needed to promote progress. Rather than highlighting results or products, we'll take a deep dive into the behind-the-scenes actions of problem-solving, consensus-building, back-tracking/losing ground, and reassessment of past progress that leads to true evolution to support and grow social movements, the arts and technological disciplines. Read More
In 1996, the Fenway Alliance launched what ultimately became a multi-phase $92 million restoration of the Muddy River Parklands section of Frederick Law Olmsted's famed Emerald Necklace Park System. To reverse the damage inflicted by decades of neglect and a series of devastating flood events in the 1990s, the Fenway Alliance has provided oversight to a project involving 11 local, state and federal agencies and 25 civic groups. The Muddy River Restoration Project reflects the core strengths of the Alliance. Read More
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Taylor Mortell, Assistant Director Taylor Mortell is a Community Artist and Arts Advocate based out of Boston, MA. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Boston University, Magna Cum Laude. Through her work in and outside of the studio, Taylor is interested in exploring the impact making can have on people in healthcare and community settings. She [...]Read More