The First Church of Christ, Scientist is celebrating 40 years of partnership with the Fenway Alliance! Check out this video to learn more about the history of the church and its wonderful community program offerings throughout the years. We’re lucky to have them in the neighborhood, and look forward to many more years of partnership! http://dl.cdn.csps.com/clerk/tmc/40_fenway_alliance-171013.mp4
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Friends of Symphony Park, in association with the City of Boston’s Edward Ingersoll Browne Trust Fund, to unveil “First Chair” by Boston artist Jacob Kulin: The artwork, a soaring 16 foot sculpture made of granite, Corten steel, cast bronze, and stainless steel, marks the completion of an 8 year, community-driven park transformation, tied to its musical surroundings. Boston, MA, August 10, 2016: The Friends of Symphony Park have scheduled a public unveiling for a stunning contemporary artwork designed by award-winning […]
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 marked the third consecutive year Fenway Studios welcomed art teaches from all across the country who were participating in MassART’s exceptional summer program TAB (Teacher’s for Artistic Behavior http://teachingforartisticbehavior.org/tab-institute-summer-2014/ ) . Coordinated through the efforts of Fenway Alliance board member, and Friends of Fenway Studios founding president, Lynda McNally, sixty art teachers visited the diverse studios of artists Berio Gizzi, Henry Gates, Peter Williams, and Ellen Haiken…….engaging conversations about their respective mediums, their educational backgrounds, and […]
The Fenway is rich in cultural institutions working to increase the engagement of all community members. Unfortunately, the past seven years have seen an explosion of luxury developments. This growth poses the danger of pricing residents and artists out of the neighborhood. Opening Our Doors Artists’ Residencies (OAR) mitigates the risk of socio-economic alienation by bringing together two populations—Fenway youth and seniors, who are often disconnected due to scheduling, finances, and perceived lack of common ground. We believe communal art-making […]