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Stories: Inspiring vision

Engaging communities + Inspiring vision + Provoking change
by BSA staff / December 28, 2018
On December 14, 2018, 250 architects, designers, and supporters of the BSA Foundation gathered for its annual Breakfast Fundraiser. This invitation only event is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser. This year’s event featured remarks from the Honorable Joseph Curtatone...
Inspiring vision
by Amy Ohman, Foundation Design Educator / December 7, 2018
In partnership with the Boston Public Library (BPL), the BSA Foundation launched a new program in October, “Notable Women in Design”.  The library’s theme for their Fall/Spring programming was ‘Notable Women’ and the BPL asked the Foundation to develop a...
Inspiring vision
by BSA staff / September 14, 2018
Rising ninth grade girls from the Apprentice Learning City Summer Internship program visited BSA Space in July as part of Summer STEAM, a new BSA Foundation initiative that served over 150 students with hands-on real world-problem solving. The students tackled the challenge of replacing the...
Engaging communities + Inspiring vision
by BSA staff / July 12, 2018
Throughout the summer, the Highland Street Foundation hosts 10 free Thursday morning programs for Boston’s preschool students in Boston Common at the Tadpole playground. The ReadBoston Storymobile attends each week to bring a storyteller and distribute books to participants. Additional...
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...