Posts Tagged ‘public art’

The Green Line Extension (GLX) project is seeking public art submissions for the second phase of the GLX Integrated Art program. Artist selection will be made for four stations (Gilman, Lowell, Ball Square, and College Avenue) and may include elements that will be common to all stations. Commissioned by the MBTA and the Somerville, Medford, […]

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For the second consecutive year the Somerville Arts Council, the City of Somerville, and the Boston Dance Alliance are partnering up to produce a city-wide dance festival. Check out all local and regional talent in squares, parks, and lots across the city in June. Admission is free for all visitors. June 2014 Calendar June 7, […]

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The first three stations on the new Green Line Extension—Lechmere, Union Square, and Washington St.—are approaching the 60% design threshold, and now, MassDOT is looking for local artists to help make these stations beautiful. Artists are encouraged to submit their designs for public art at the new Green Line stations, and everyone who’s interested should […]

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In 2008, British artist Luke Jerram installed “Play Me, I’m Yours” for the first time in Birmingham, England. Five years, 37 cities, and 1,000 pianos later, the citywide interactive art project has made its mark on Boston and Cambridge. On October 14, however, this leg of the tour comes to a close, but there’s still […]

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