Free and open to the public
The BSA Foundation Grant Project Pin-Up returns this year with a new opportunity to explore some of the projects that the BSA Foundation has brought to life in communities around Greater Boston. The BSA Foundation was created by the Boston Society of Architects/AIA to enhance public awareness of the built environment and the processes that shape it. The BSA Foundation Grant Project Pin-Up will connect BSA members with educators, artists and other BSA Foundation grant recipients to discuss recent successes and future options.
The evening will feature presentations of BSA Foundation-supported projects, as well as an update on the work of the BSA Foundation.
Exhibiting BSA Foundation grant recipients include:
- Asian CDC
- Boston By Foot
- Climate Creatives
- Community Boat Building
- Design Museum Boston
- The Discovery Museums
- Future Prep 101
- Somerville Neighborways
- Urbano Project
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To learn more about how the BSA Foundation is making an impact in communities, please come to BSA Space for a one hour “tour” of BSA Foundation programs. On the tour, board members and volunteers will tell stories about how Foundation programs, and the power of design, are positively changing the lives of real people. Meet the BSA Foundation meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month. Events are free, but seats are limited. Check for upcoming dates and to reserve your seat.