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INCUBATING NEW COLLABORATIONS

FOR ARTS IN PUBLIC PLACES

BostonAPP/Lab is a "brainstorming hub" to incubate new collaborations...new opportunities for civic engagement...new catalysts for shaping and supporting 

arts in Greater Boston's public places.

Through its Workshops and its ArtsCommons project, the Lab provides a meeting ground for artists, city agencies, community organizations, educational institutions, businesses, and the general public to imagine 

what they can do together that they can't do separately...to speed-hack new ideas...

to ask "what if...?"

Put yourself at the center of this hub: What can you imagine?

APP/LAB ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE

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  • A PLATFORM FOR DISCUSSION OF IDEAS AND INQUIRIES ABOUT ART IN PUBLIC PLACES

  • THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM ON THE PLATFORM: WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND? SEND TO INFO@BOSTONAPP.ORG

March 15, 2018

This past February marked my third year participating, in various capacities, with the Boston APP/Lab. I reflect on this as several...

February 12, 2018

I don’t think this is simply a difference without a distinction: 

Leave us substitute “Creative Place-shaping” for “Creative Place-m...

January 22, 2018

About a year ago, sculptor Eric Sealine put something in writing, in connection with one of the Lab’s Workshops, that continues to...

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LATEST NEWS

September 10, 2019

#ARTSCOMMONS RETURNED TO @FIGMENTBoston 7/27-28, WITH @nate_swain & @adunn7272. PHOTOS SOON: #MAKINGSTREETART #MAKINGMURALART #ThisIsOurCity

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