BFA Project Pin-Up: Architecture and Design in your Neighborhood


Thursday October 25
5:00 pM

BSA Space
290 Congress Street, Boston

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore some of the projects that the Boston Foundation for Architecture (BFA) has brought to life in Massachusetts communities. 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 Neil Gordon with Discovery Museums, Paul Herbert and Mary Hale with Common Boston/Common Build, Judy Neiswander with the Boston Preservation Alliance, artist Carolina Aragon, and Polly Carpenter with Learning By Design.

Space is limited; RSVP to by 10/24 with “BFA Pin-Up” in the subject line.


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