The Fenway Alliance:
Places for All
March 29 @ 4:00pm - 6:00pm
at the Boston Foundation
75 Arlington Street, Third Floor, Boston, MA 02116
Throughout Boston's neighborhoods, parks and playgrounds, harbor fronts and streetscapes, cultural districts and community murals weave together Boston's social fabric of the city. Amid the city's building boom, these places are serving an increasingly vital role as accessible, democratic, and inclusive common ground for all Bostonians. How are these public spaces designed? Who is responsible for their upkeep and programming? And what are the latest plans for new, culturally vibrant and socially diverse public places?
The panel discussion will cover recent and planned developments and welcome audience questions and comments. Join us for a panel discussion and stay for the reception to follow.
Kelly Brilliant, Executive Director, Fenway Cultural Alliance
Courtney Sharpe, Director of Cultural Planning. Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture
Arreen Andrew, Community Engagement Manager, Boston Planning and Development Agency
F. Philip Barash, Fellow, The Boston Foundation