PreXFenway Monday, March 31, 2014 UPDATE: In order to invite and accommodate the wider public who might not have access, or the know-how, to produce a video, TEDxFenway is accepting the PreXFenway Submission Form without the previously mandatory video upload. In addition, the deadline has been extended to Friday, March 14. Got grit? Prove it! Grit – that against-the-grain quality of fortitude and endurance. We’ve all encountered critical moments in our lives where we were presented with a choice to […]
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On October 2, 2013, The Fenway Alliance honored Mayor Thomas M. Menino with a FACES award at Emmanuel College, in the beautiful Administration Building Auditorium. From the very beginning, the Mayor has recognized the Fenway as a neighborhood that provides tremendous value to the creativity and vitality to the greater urban fabric of the City of Boston, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We thank him for his contributions to the betterment of the Fenway Cultural District, along with his steadfast […]
Thousands of arts and culture enthusiasts from near and far visited the Fenway Cultural District for the 12th Annual Opening Our Doors! The day began with a rousing Kick-off Ceremony on the Christian Science Plaza led by veteran arts and culture critic Joyce Kulhawik, who was joined by State Representative Byron Rushing, Councillor Tito Jackson, President of the Mary Baker Eddy Library Lesley Pitts, Community Relations Liason of The First Church of Christ, Scientist Toni Gaspard, and the Fenway Alliance’s […]
Jeff Speck, noted city planner, architectural designer, and author of Walkable City, recently visited the Fenway Cultural District and shared a few thoughts on what makes the Fenway a vibrant, culturally-rich neighborhood. Fenway Cultural District Committee founding member, Lynda McNally, created the concept and wrote the script for this engaging video.
Join the 22 institutions of the Fenway Alliance and 20 additional community organizations to explore the world of art, music, dance, poetry, theatre and green space in one of Boston’s most treasured and historic neighborhoods. We welcome everyone to join us as we officially start the day at 10:00 AM on the Mass Ave. side of the Christian Science Plaza in Boston, located near the intersection of the Avenue of the Arts (Huntington Ave.) and the Avenue of Music (Mass. Ave.). Special guest speakers, performances by the Boston Children’s Chorus, and Mayor Menino will kick-off the festivities. Click on the image on the left for full schedule of activities!