As the fourth cohort of Neighborhood Salon Luminaries settles in, and the previous three continue to inform, claims Vedro, “not only the community engagement programs, but now, more and more, other types of programming, and collaborations throughout the museum.”
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In region’s latest mass eviction, Northeastern boots African-American creatives from JP space
From “Momentum” at Kayafas Gallery | Photo by Nathaniel J. Fink Inclusivity (finally) hits Boston’s art scene, plans for longevity BLAA’s planning committee meets, as many of Boston’s most interesting (read DIY) arts organizations do, in the living room of one of its members. May’s monthly meeting gets underway at dusk and by candlelight. Tone […]