ArtWeek Boston

September 26-October 5, 2014

artweeklogoArtWeek is an initiative of the Citi Performing Arts Center, whose mission is to be a champion for nonprofit innovation in Boston and provide arts and entertainment to the greater community. ArtWeek Boston is a biannual celebration of the arts and allows arts patrons of all kinds to have a unique curated experience. ArtWeek events are unique in that they tie directly to the community in which they are happening.

Fall ArtWeek will be September 26-October 5, 2014. For more information on events, click here.

FPAC is participating with the following events:

1.) Shimmer Artist Talks

ShimmerInstalled_2Visit Shimmer, a temporary public art installation by Claudia Ravaschiere and Mike Moss that will be on view at the intersection of Congress and Dorchester Streets in Fort Point. More info on the piece.

Especially for ArtWeek, enjoy two artist conversations with Mike Moss and Claudia Ravaschiere, free and open to the public:

·         October 1 at 5:30pm- CANCELLED due to inclement weather

·         October 4 at 1:00pm- note time change to 1:00pm

Meet on the corner of Dorchester and Summer Streets, Boston, MA 02210 (For weather related changes, please check the ArtWeek website).

 

2.) Made in Fort Point Artist Talk/Grand Opening

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Reception: October 2 from 5-7:30PM

Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) will be hosting a reception to celebrate the reopening of Made In Fort Point,  a store, gallery, community space, performance venue, and informal incubator for artists and small arts-related businesses. The store sells and exhibits the arts, crafts, and designs of over 75 Fort Point artists. The new location is 315 A Street (Rear) Boston, MA- see below.

During the opening, two special events will be taking place: throughout the evening, “Wear Your Art on Your Sleeve: A Presentation of Wearable Pieces” will be ongoing, in addition to an artist talk by Liliana Folta in celebration of her public art installation at the store’s entrance. 

Refreshments are generously donated by Row 34.