Fenway Studios; First Church of Christ, Scientist & The Mary Baker Eddy Library; Berklee College Of Music; Boston Symphony Orchestra; Northeastern University; Museum of Fine Arts
7/14 at 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Fenway Cultural District presents Open Arts/Open Streets for Outside The Box and ENC’s Circle the City on Sunday, July 14. Check out the exciting cultural events that are taking place free-of-charge! The west-bound side of Huntington Avenue/Avenue of the Arts will be closed for the festival. Bike or stroll down the Avenue of the Arts and experience all that is happening. Make sure to stop by the Christian Science Plaza for Convergence–an amazing exhibit of public art works by the Boston Sculptures Gallery, and get a sneak peak of artists doing their thing inside Fenway Studios (30 Ipswich Street)–the oldest (and coolest) live/work space for artists in the U.S.!
“Open Arts/Open Streets” Schedule of Events:
Fenway Studios Open Studios: Visit Fenway Studios Artists in their Galleries on 30 Ipswich Street
First Church of Christ, Scientist and Mary Baker Eddy Library hosts the Boston Sculpture Artists’ Exhibit Convergence: Explore a series of beautiful, playful, thought-provoking public art sculptures on the Christian Science Plaza
The Mary Baker Eddy Library: Free admission to the Mapparium, and a fun scavenger hunt & fun crafts activities
The Fenway Alliance’s Tour of Convergence on the Christian Science Plaza : Kelly Brilliant, Executive Director of The Fenway Alliance will lead a tour of Convergence. Meet at Plaza—Huntington Ave/Avenue of the Arts side.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Art-Making on the Front Lawn
Berklee College of Music musicians on MFA Lawn: Brite Lite Brite: An electro-pop duo featuring singer/guitarist Andrea Stankevitch and guitarist/electronics master Luke Johnson
Fenway Studio Artists En Plein Air: Artists painting outside on Huntington Ave/Avenue of the Arts
Boston Conservatory on Huntington Ave/Avenue of the Arts: Boston Percussion Group (BPeG): A versatile chamber group that challenges what “classical” music is with marimbas, drums, cymbals, tin cans, cowbells…and more.
BSO’s Symphony Hall Stompers: They play Dixieland music as they roam – no stage needed! If it rains, the BSO will open the Hall doors on the Huntington side of the building and they will play inside.