A Public Art Walk and Open-Air Museum Experience
Curated by AIGA Boston in collaboration with WS Development and FPAC
Recommended Museum Hours: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm | Full duration is roughly 2 hours
**Please note that the lighting installations at Channel Center Garage and “Starry Night” are best viewed after hours.
Much like the neighborhoods it resides in, public art transforms us as it brings new life and perspective to the everyday. Activated by the Seaport and Fort Point neighborhoods, our second Open Air Gallery is a continued museum experience unlike any other. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this public art walk is transformed by the sky-high vibrancy of the Seaport and the artistic epicenter of Fort Point. The exhibited artworks create a dialogue that makes us question our environment as it is and encourages us to be catalysts for change as we move into the new normal. As you explore, we challenge you to not only view and appreciate the artworks from your own perspective but to immerse yourself in the lens of each piece.
To tour Gallery Seaport, Fort Point, download the Google Maps app and follow along with our curated map at https://bit.ly/31kjPs5. For specific directions to each location on the map, click your location of interest and select the directions icon (this symbol looks like a ‘Y’ with an arrow on the right arm). Audiences can also download our printable checklist as a guide to keep track of visited artworks. All viewpoints are accessible by public transportation, driving, and/or walking.
Follow and tag @aigaboston, @seaportbos, and #SeeSeaportFortPoint on Instagram with your Open Air photos for a chance to win prizes. We will be giving out prizes to those who tag us all summer long at random, including gift cards to use at local businesses in the Seaport District. Thank you to our friends at WS Development for generously donating $500 worth in prizes. Keep an eye on our Instagram page for prize announcements and updates.
ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS:
We want to see more of you! Take a picture with your public artwork and tag @aigaboston, #SeeSeaportFortPoint, and the location. Check out these artists below for a sneak peek of our open-air exhibition.
LINKS & RESOURCES:
For more information and resources on public art in the Seaport and Fort Point area, please visit the links below.
There are numerous metered street parking spots and parking garages located in the Seaport and Fort Point areas. We recommend starting the walk with “Creation: Light" by Okuda San Miguel at 50 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA. For the closest parking to this location or for parking directly in the Seaport we recommend One Seaport Garage. For more information about this garage and parking please visit www.bostonseaport.xyz/venue/one-seaport-garage/. For more information on parking in the area in general, please visit en.parkopedia.com.
Public Transportation Boston’s MBTA provides regular service to the Seaport and Fort Point Areas. We recommend starting the walk with “Creation: Light" by Okuda San Miguel at 50 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA. For more information regarding specific routes, lines, and locations please visit www.mbta.com.
Like the city it resides in, this artwork is alive and in a state of constant transition. AIGA Boston aims to provide a map for audiences to engage in the artworks as they exist within the city. The messages of the artworks in both their purest or altered states do not reflect the views of AIGA Boston or its affiliate organizations.
Please remember to maintain state and federal public health guidelines as you participate in this walk. For more information and updated health guidelines please visit https://www.mass.gov/.
For more information, questions, concerns, or suggestions on how to improve the experience, please contact Brittany Latham at email@example.com.
Graphic by Brittany Latham, Grace Abe
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