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BFA Project Pin-Up: Architecture and design in your neighborhood

June 12, 2014 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Price: Free and open to the public.
Where: BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston

BFA Project Pin-Up: Architecture and design in your neighborhood

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BFA Project Pin-Up returns this year with a new opportunity to explore some of the projects that the Boston Foundation for Architecture (BFA) has brought to life in communities around Greater Boston. The BFA was created by the Boston Society of Architects in 1984 to enhance public awareness of the built environment and the processes that shape it. The BFA Project Pin-Up will connect BSA members with educators, artists and other BFA grant recipients to discuss recent successes and future options.

The evening will feature a mini-exhibit of BFA-supported projects, as well as a panel of recent grantees, including Valerie Shulman with Common Boston, Sam Aquillano with Design Museum Boston, Polly Carpenter with Learning By Design in Massachusetts, Alex Weber with MassArt, Janelle Chan with Asian CDC, and Wendy Ellertson with Hawthorne Youth and Community Center.

Exhibiting BFA grant recipients include:
Boston Family Boat Building
Boston Harbor Association
Danish Kurani A+UD
Common Boston
Energy Necklace Project
Hawthorne Youth and Community Center
Five Colleges
Learning By Design: MA
Merrimack College
Worcester Arts Magnet School
Co+Build/Wentworth Institute of Technology
Design Museum
Discovery Museum Acton
South Boston Catholic
Preservation Worcester
Massachusetts Pre-Engineering Program
Asian CDC
Urbano Project
Associates of the Boston Public Library

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The Boston Foundation for Architecture  builds a better Boston by engaging communities, inspiring vision, and provoking change. Today, the BFA wants to spread the word about its work and why it matters. Everyone is invited to attend a "Meet the New BFA Tour" at BSA Space, where you'll hear first-hand stories about how BFA-funded programs have changed people's lives. To attend a tour, or learn more about what the BFA is doing today, contact Penny Mitchell or click here