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.
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.
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 / Free / The Boston Conservatory / The Boston Conservatory Theatre Conductor Eric Hewitt: NELSON: Rocky Point Holiday, VARÈSE: Déserts, FULMER: […]
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, Architect at Shepley Bulfinch joined Moderator Kelly Brilliant, ED of the Fenway Alliance for a spirited discussion on the purpose and value of temporary public […]
We 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, will feature short talks presented by the finalists on a variety of topics ranging from gentrification, the changing definition of philanthropy, reenvisioning the relationship between art and the “public,” to the […]
Wed April 1 King v. Burwell & the Future of the Affordable Care Act 8 AM – 12 PM / Must Register Online Before / Harvard School of Public Health Wasserstein Hall / 1585 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge This Term, in King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court will consider whether the Affordable Care Act permits the government to extend tax-credit subsidies to citizens of states that have chosen not to establish their own insurance exchange. If the Court rules that these subsidies are not […]