Since 2001, when the Fenway Alliance founded and established the first Opening Our Doors Festival in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, Black Artists have given generously of their talent, their art, and their creativity — challenging our thinking and transforming our public and private events. In recognition of these contributions and the contributions of works by Black Artists across our entire City, the Fenway Alliance, beginning this week, will expand the focus of our email newsletter and social media presence […]
“Justice is what love looks like in public.” Dr. Cornell West June 5, 2020 The Fenway Alliance stands in solidarity and allied with all who are working courageously for racial justice and the dismantling of structural, systemic racism. We stand by, with, and for you. As an academic and cultural membership organization, we support and vow to assist our 21-members’ sincere, vigorous, and sustained actions towards shifting institutional cultures to become more equitable, safe, representative of, and welcoming to all. We pledge […]
Dear Friends, Because we are a 43-year-old member-based organization, we rarely reach out to individuals for financial support. However, these are extraordinary times. We hope that you and yours are healthy and safe. We know we will overcome this challenge through unity guided by science. We thank all of our frontline workers—healthcare personnel, essential services workers, volunteers, store clerks, and assisted living staff. The essential work of the Fenway Alliance is providing joyous events and programs that engender greater access to the Arts. It is […]
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The Muddy River Restoration Project Maintenance and Management Oversight Committee (the MMOC) and the Muddy River Cabinet held their annual meeting on Thursday, February 27th at Emmanuel College. Speakers included: Frances Allou Gershwin, MMOC Chair; Scott Acone, Deptuy District Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District; Erin Gallentine, Director of Parks and Open Spaces, Town of Brookline; Chris Cook, Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space, City of Boston; and Wendy Gendron, Chief, Civil Works Branch, U.S. Army […]
Honoring Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun. The Fenway Alliance’s annual gala FACES / Fenway Alliance Celebrates Exceptional Spirit was held on December 10, 2019 in the gorgeous penthouse level event space of Northeastern’s East Village with views stretching across the Back Bay Fens, the Fenway, the South End, and downtown Boston. Thanks to all Fenway Alliance members and corporate partners for their support and attendance! We were beautifully entertained by three Northeastern University performing arts groups during the evening: Eon […]
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