Check out some photos of the Alliance’s Public by Design public art installations in the Fenway Cultural District.
Malcolm Rogers, the Ann & Graham Gund Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, was honored by The Fenway Alliance on November 12 at the MFA. Mr. Rodgers was surrounded by festively dressed friends, colleagues and arts enthusiasts when he received the FACES award, Fenway Alliance Celebrates Exceptional Spirit. This annual award was presented by Kelly Brilliant, the Alliance’s Executive Director.
A throng of people chanted “Fenway Rocks! Fenway Rocks!” led by Councilor Tito Jackson, as the Kickoff Ceremony of the 13th annual Opening Our Doors (OOD) festival officially began on Monday, October 13. The event, organized by The Fenway Alliance, is a seasonal favorite featuring over 60 live performances, art exhibits, public art installations, and experiential activities such as kite building, mural painting, and theatre improve workshops, all provided to the public at no cost.
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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 […]