FORT POINT SPRING ART WALK
Where is Fort Point? It’s just across the channel from south Station, adjacent to the Seaport and technically a part of Southie. Fort Point is one of New England’s largest artist communities, home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media.
The Fort Point Spring Art Walk is happening on Mother’s Day Weekend! Enjoy a stroll through our lovely and rapidly changing neighborhood. What a great way to spend time with your mom.
While we won’t be opening the doors at #601 (coming off maternity leave), I will have some recent pieces up in the building.
Friday, May 12: Preview all galleries and select studios 4-7 pm
Saturday, May 13 & Sunday, May 14: 12-6 pm
It will be more than studios doors being opened. There will be performances and public art as well. For a full schedule of activities check fortpointarts.org.
Fort Point Galleries
FPAC Gallery (300 Summer Street) FPAC members show
Our very own Midway Gallery at Midway Artists Studios, 15 Channel Center group show
249 A Street Gallery group show
Atlantic Wharf Gallery at 290 Congress Street Planes in the Sky
Fort Point Public Art Installations
Starry Night by Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere
Location: A Street beneath Summer Street
PYR2014 by Don Eyles
Location: Fort Point Channel, south side of Summer Street Bridge
Channel Center Garage, installation by Joanne Kaliontzis + Spalding Tougias Architects
Location: off A Street + Iron Street, near Channel Center development park
I do hope you make the trip out to explore and see our neighborhood. I promise you it won’t look the same as the last time you were here. And it won’t look the same as the next time you come.