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Provoking change
by BSA staff / June 1, 2018
Seventh and eighth graders from the Rising Tide Charter School in Plymouth recently spent a morning at BSA Space exploring rising tides. The students are part of a club that focuses on issues of climate change. They came to Boston to learn about--and learn how to design for--sea level rise. Using...
Engaging communities + Inspiring vision
by BSA staff / May 10, 2018
The BSA Space film series offers design lovers and film buffs alike a regular chance to learn about influential artists, architects and thinkers that have shaped the world. This month’s film, Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, was shown to a sold out audience. The film was shown on the eve of...
Engaging communities + Inspiring vision
by BSA staff / April 19, 2018
Now in its 26th year, KidsBuild! was held at BSA Space on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8, 2018. Guided by volunteer design professionals, over 750 children and adults chose a construction site from a fictional city grid, designed and built a building, and were awarded...
Engaging communities
by Haril Pandya FAIA, Principal at CBT Architects / March 30, 2018
“… what is… an amazing night of trivia??” YES! Fun was exactly what the BSA Foundation’s event was on March 8!  The BSA Foundation (Foundation) put the fun in FUNdraising that night with a wildly successful and first ever, Architecture Trivia Night! With...
Provoking change
by Karen Robichaud / March 8, 2018
“I’m not here because I’m female. I’m here because I’m qualified,” became a refrain following a screening of Sista in the Brotherhood at BSA Space. Sista is a short film about a black tradeswoman who faces discrimination on a new job site and must choose between...
Inspiring vision + Supporters
by BSA staff / February 15, 2018
The BSA Foundation (Foundation) has received its largest single donation of $187,000 from the Imre Halasz Trust. The Imre Halasz Trust was established by the late Imre Halasz to support architects, the study of architecture, urban design, and the interaction and intersection of them with the public...