View our list of local anti-racist organizations, Black-led art spaces in our community, and national resources for supporting Black Lives Matter here.
Sorry Spotify, we've got our own Wrapped method
Oh 2017, we bid you adieu. This year has been characterized by a series of shifts. Shifts in the way we communicate, gather, rally, expose, and grow. In Boston, artists, curators, and creators responded to notions of identity, political shifts, place making, and displays of self. We welcomed new spaces, artists, and collectives while saying farewell to old ones.
Upon soft-launching Boston Art Review in late October of 2017, we have been so grateful for the kind welcome, encouragement, and involvement from the community. In 2018, we look forward to changes in our site, the launch of a print publication, and continuing to facilitate discourse throughout Boston’s art community.
With love, The crew at Boston Art Review <3
Thank you to some important friends
Spencer Bateman and Emily Boyle: Site creation
Phil Zminda: Contributing Writer
Anna Schuman: Contributing Writer
Haley Albert: Contributing Writer
John Syzonenko: Video Production
Cassie Marcotty: Video Production
Julian Chappell: Video Production
Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe, Lauren Pellerano Gomez, Debby Krim, and Bridget Goodbody: For being rockin women / mentors / friends
Sophie Kissinger and the Harvard Student Art Collective: Partnership / collaboration
Isaac Feldberg: Editing when we really needed it
Alexandra Malloy: Editing when we really needed it
Montana Gulbrand: First ever artist profile
Sam, Chloe, Emma, and the whole team over at Boston Hassle: For encouragement, understanding, and likemindedness
To all of you: For being here
The future: we’re coming for you.