Making space for queer history in Boston
When working to shape Boston's future through its built environment, it's important to have knowledge of the city's past. A partnership with the History Project, a nonprofit with a mission of documenting and archiving materials related to LGBTQ history in New England, has introduced BSA staff and community members to a side of Boston history that's often overlooked.
Architects on a field trip: Volunteers teach kindergartners about design
Architecture is everywhere, and you can find Boston Society for Architecture members almost anywhere, too, even in the classroom. They were there this past spring, and no, they weren't lost. They belonged to a team of volunteers who visited classes in Boston and Cambridge to encourage young children to think more expansively about their neighborhoods and communities.