Summer on the Waterfront














Summer on the Waterfront ( #sotwbos ) is an annual, season-long program organized by The Boston Harbor Association that works to get people out on the Boston waterfront during the summertime. It reminds locals and visitors alike that the Boston Harbor is clean, fun, and a must-see. Each neighborhood along the harbor has its own distinct culture that brightens up during the summer months: Seaport Week will highlight the Fort Point neighborhood.

FPAC has four events taking place in conjunction with Seaport Week:

1.) Opening Reception for “Reconfiguring Abstraction” at the FPAC Gallery: August 21st, 5-7pm

Reconfiguring Abstraction features the work of two Boston artists, Lisa Russell and Mary Bucci McCoy. Painters Russell and McCoy present intimately scaled work that, in different ways, abstracts lived experience into sensual painted languages. These languages are engaged with the essential dialectical issues of relationship, space, and material.

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2.) Made in Fort Point Soft Opening: August 27th

The Made in Fort Point store is finally re-opening: come celebrate with FPAC, Fort Point neighbors, and arts enthusiasts at this exciting location for the store selling work from Boston’s largest artist live-work community.

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3.) Public Art Piece “Shimmer” (by Claudia Ravaschiere and Mike Moss) will go up along the Harbor Walk.

Shimmer by Claudia Ravaschiere and Michael Moss:  a public art project that will use the refractive qualities of translucent plexi glass fragments and wind driven kinetics to activate the Harbor Walk and engage to public’s viewing of the area adjacent to the Summer Street Bridge.

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4.) “Parks and Recreation” at Atlantic Wharf Gallery

FPAC members celebrate summer in this group show juried by curator Lexi Lee Sullivan.

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