THE LAB IS...
...a 501(c)(3) non-profit, dedicated to incubating new collaborations on behalf of arts in Greater Boston's public places...its neighborhoods...its communities.
Through our workshops, soon to number 30, and our emerging projects, we continuously poke and probe and ask...
WHAT'S been INCUBATING AT THE LAB?
- Upcoming 3/22 Workshop: "The function of public art is to transform the way people respond to each other." How has that worked? How can that work? Where are the opportunities for transformation ? With whom? For whom? By which means? Brainstorm and collaborate with us. Details and RSVP here.
- Terrific, passionate discussion 11/30 on #PublicArtandHealing: major thanks to New American Public Art, Riverview Chamber Players, Kilombo Novo Indigenous Healing Arts, plus all who participated. Workshop Notes here, as well as some early thoughts about a follow-up: moving from major concepts into designs for public art. We invite your responses to the Notes; get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check out our Blogposts, including the latest on #CivicLife. What do you think? Let us know.
Explore with us. Join us. Put your own creative spin on "what if...?"
Expand the boundaries...your's and our's.
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The Lab made unique use of shipping pallets to create performance/art-making spaces on and right next to the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral -- the center of JP's "Latin Quarter." Included were two groups: Code Listen organized by Shaw Pong Liu, a Boston Artist-in-Residence, and IN-SIGHT Boston, Con Moto, organized by Rashin Fahandej, a documentary film-maker affiliated with MIT's Open Doc Lab. In addition, LMerchie Frazier, another Boston Artist-in-Residence (and new member of BostonAPP/Lab's Board), organized a "PowerUp Collage" participatory event engaging members of the community in creating small, three-dimensional works focused on...community!