Boston Art Review editor-in-chief Jameson Johnson and Now + There assistant curator Leah Triplett Harrington joined in conversation with four artists community leaders around the future of public art in Boston: Kathleen Bitetti, Kai Grant, Stephen Hamilton and Kim Szeto. Together they discussed current trends and topics in the field, with a special focus on public art’s role in creating a more culturally equitable Boston. This event was held on Monday, May 3 as part of Boston Design Week.
During the event, panelists shared resources to several grants, platforms, and pieces of legislature pertaining to public art in Boston. Their materials have been collated below.
Upcoming Grant Opportunities:
Statewide Advocacy Organizations
Two key studies about MA artists:
Notable State Legislation for Public Art:
National/International Artist-Run Resources: