The Fenway Alliance hosted its annual FACES: Fenway Alliance Celebrates Exceptional Spirit on Thursday, October 4th at MassArt in the Trustees Room. The event officially launched the 11th Annual Opening Our Doors and recognized eleven honorees who have made significant contributions toward the betterment of the Fenway community.
Tickets are $150. Proceeds support the Opening Our Doors Festival—the largest day of free cultural experiences in Boston. Space is limited. To reserve your space, RSVP to Executive Director Kelly Brilliant, email@example.com If you cannot attend, but would like to make a donation, please click on our “Donate” button. Thank you! The Fenway Alliance Celebrates Exceptional Spirit Each year we honor a group of extrodinary professionals who work in the Fenway Cultural District to provide a cultural environment that merges both the […]
The Fenway Alliance is a consortium of 22 world renowned academic and cultural institutions located in the Fenway. These organizations define the best of arts, culture, education and research in Boston and beyond.
Established, develop and create a Commonwealth-wide Fenway Cultural District recognized by the Mayor, the Boston City Council, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, includes a signage and way finding system for the Fenway Cultural District, among other cultural programs and infrastructure enhancements
Boston, MA –Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced today that the Massachusetts Cultural Council has named The FENWAY CULTURAL DISTRICT one of the first state-designated Cultural Districts in Massachusetts.
(Boylston, MA)—Governor Deval Patrick today announced $7.4 million in grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund (CFF) to support building projects for nonprofit arts, heritage, and science organizations across the Commonwealth.