Artists For Humanity 
100 West 2nd Street, 617-268-7620

Artists For Humanity empowers and employs Boston teens in an intensive program of arts, creativity and enterprise. Their sustainable EpiCenter, located at 100 West Second Street,  includes art studios and a gallery for exhibitions and events.


BSA Space
290 Congress Street, 617-391-4039

BSA Space, located at 290 Congress Street is home to the Boston Society of Architects and  is Boston’s leading cultural institution on architecture and design. BSA Space hosts exhibits on design and architecture, particularly themed pieces evolving around transportation by boat and walking.

Current Exhibition
Volumetric Robotics: An Exhibition Created by the MIT School of Architecture and Planning
March 17, 2014 – May 26, 2014

While some hold on to notions of alien intervention, Brandon Clifford, Belluschi Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and curator of the exhibition Volumetric Robotics, argues that ancient civilizations like the Inca were much more advanced in their knowledge of volumetric construction than we are today. It is a rare occasion when we construct with massive blocks of stone these days.

The show includes a “cabinet of curiosities” containing artifacts and tools, footage of a robotic arm carving volumetrically, and prototypes of walls and columns fabricated by the same robot. Also included is new research from the MIT School of Architecture and Planning that explores ways to recapture methods of carving stone in the digital era.

Current Exhibition
Rights of Way: Mobility and the City
December 5, 2013 –May 26, 2014
Artists: James Graham and Meredith Miller of MILLIGRAM-office

Rights of Way: Mobility and the City is a global exploration of mobility and transportation in cities. The exhibition will feature dozens of examples of visionary urban thinking, showing how the city is shaped by the ways people move through it.

Curated by James Graham and Meredith Miller of MILLIGRAM-office, Rights of Way will demonstrate that our urban environment is the result of constant negotiation among designers, policy makers, the private sector, and individual residents. By claiming that access to mobility is access to opportunity and that everyone has his or her own “right of way,” this future-oriented show will reveal how those public rights are always at play in the shared commons of the city.  ______________________________________________________________________________

Design Innovation Gallery
63 Melcher Street, 617-443-0100                                                                

The Design Innovation Gallery, located in Factory 63 at 63 Melcher Street, is an ongoing series of exhibitions showcasing creative work happening in and around Boston’s Innovation District — including exciting and insightful projects in design, engineering, and technology. The gallery is free and open to the public.

Current Exhibition
Green Patriot Posters at 315 on A
January 17, 2014 – May 31, 2014

During World War II, emotionally stirring propaganda posters commissioned by the U.S. government helped spur U.S. citizens “to do their part” in helping to supply, arm, and support troops fighting overseas. The surge in productivity ultimately led to Allied victory.

Green Patriot Posters, inspired by those World War II posters, hopes to unite us all once again – this time to combat climate change. Launched by art collective the Canary Project in 2008, Green Patriot Posters invites designers, illustrators, photographers, and artists to create poster-form artwork relating to any aspect of climate change and environmental justice. To date, Green Patriot has collected over 500 unique poster designs.

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
600 Atlantic Avenue, 617-973-3097

Current Exhibition
The New England Economic Adventure

The Adventure facility at the Boston Fed is a gallery, theater, and learning center featuring interactive exhibits, games, and programs. Inspired by New England’s rich history, the Adventure is designed to engage the public in understanding the phenomenon of economic growth, how it occurs, and why it is important.


Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) Gallery
300 Summer Street, 617-423-4299                                                           

FPAC Gallery, located at 300 Summer Street, the FPAC gallery shows a variety of work by artists in all media. For a schedule of receptions and artists’ talks please see their website.


Fort Point Studio School
249 A Street, 617-451-2358                                                                         

Fort Point Studio School, located in Studio 41 of the 249 A Street Artists’ Cooperative, specializes in unique workshops with Boston artists in an authentic studio setting.  ______________________________________________________________________________

FP3 Art Gallery
346 Congress Street, 617-350-7410

Located in the lobby of the FP3 building at 346 Congress Street. The FP3 Gallery is free and open to the public during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 10 am–6 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10 am–4 pm.

Current Exhibition
Worlds Collide
March 8, 2014 – June 7, 2014

The title Worlds Collide came from the artist portraying how two worlds come together as a body of work. One world is as we see it, while the other is how it feels in our souls.


Gallery 14
249 A Street

In addition to the growing restaurant scene in Fort Point, there are new galleries appearing in this thriving artists’ community. The latest is Gallery 14 at the 249 A Street Artists’ Cooperative. For the month of April, Gallery 14 features works inspired by the Big Dig.

Current Exhibition
Big Dig Nostalgia
April 2, 2014 — April 29, 2014

“It has been ten years since the Big Dig departed from Fort Point, and some of us look back with nostalgia to the time when Fort Point was still ‘owned’ by the artists and we were stimulated every day by the muscular art of civil engineering as it took place around us.” Says Don Eyles, artist and curator of this show.

The 249 A Street Artists cooperative was literally “touched” by the Big Dig. The building was the closest residential abutting building to go through the Central Artery Tunnel Project, with the tunnel foundation just 10 feet from its foundation. Construction took place on all four sides, over a period of many years.
The show features photography, painting, drawing and installation.


Gallery at Atlantic Wharf
290 Congress Street, 617-603-7180

Located at 290 Congress Street, the Gallery at Atlantic Wharf exhibits art and design exhibitions in various media, public events, lectures, and performances.Visit their website for current exhibits, events, gallery hours, and more information.

Current Exhibition
April 14, 2014 — July 6, 2014

A group show exploring the theme of nostalgia. Featuring works by nineteen members of the Fort Point Arts Community, Nostalgia includes photography, painting, drawing, video, digital collage, encaustic, and mixed media constructions.


Grand Circle Gallery
347 Congress Street, 617-346-6459

In July 2010, Grand Circle Corporation Chairman and Vice Chairman Alan and Harriet Lewis opened Grand Circle Gallery, an environment for sharing their passion for travel and commitment to the arts through an extensive collection of vintage travel posters and black-and-white photography.Grand Circle Gallery’s mission is to serve Grand Circle travelers and the community through exhibitions and educational programs that teach and inspire. Special emphasis is given to our extensive collection of vintage travel posters and travel-related themes as well as to exhibits that create awareness around social issues both past and present through art and photography.                  

Current Exhibition
Curator’s Pick
March 17, 2014 — May 2, 2014

Grand Circle Gallery is currently showing some of the best posters from our collection including the iconic 1930’s L’Atlantique by A. M. Cassandre (1901-1968) as well as works by Swiss poster artist Emil Cardinaux (1877-1936) who was the artist of choice for the St. Moritz hotel chain. You are sure to be inspired by imagery of both warm and cold weather destinations, now through May 2nd, 2014.                                                                        ______________________________________________________________________________

InterContinental Boston
510 Atlantic Avenue, 617-747-1000

InterContinental Boston sits on Boston’s historic Waterfront and symbolizes a new luxury hotel era in America’s original city. This new stylish hotel features a bevy of innovative cocktail and dining options and a 6,600 square foot, full service Spa InterContinental with a newly opened nail salon. The new InterContinental Boston is the city’s premier Meeting and Social Event destination featuring 32,000 square feet of premier function space, that includes two major ballrooms overlooking the Boston Harbor, and the ability to accommodate groups of 10 – 1,200 people. Located at 510 Atlantic Avenue, and part of a $310 million mixed use facility which includes luxury condo residences, InterContinental Boston offers 424 spacious guest rooms with breathtaking harbor and cityscape views.

Current Exhibition
POP! Goes Boston
November 18, 2013-April 30, 2014

“POP! Goes Boston” is an exhibit featuring three of the greatest past and current Pop artists. The show, which launches on November 18, 2013 and runs through April 30, 2014 at the InterContinental Boston, explores the iconic Pop Art movement with 15 works by Pop pioneer Andy Warhol; the King of Japanese Pop Art, Takashi Murakami, and French-born Pop Illusionist, Philippe Bertho.


Made in Fort Point
Coming June: 315 A Street, 617-423-1900

Made in Fort Point sells and exhibits art, craft and design of over 75 Fort Point Arts Community members. The store will be moving to its new location at 315 on A this June.


Midway Channel Gallery
15 Channel Center Street

Midway Channel Gallery offers affordable artist live/work studios located at 15 Channel Center Street with arts-related businesses, exhibits and cultural space.

Current Exhibition
Changing Faces of Fort Point
March 24, 2014 – April 30, 2014

“Changing Faces of Fort Point” examines the evolution of a redeveloping Boston neighborhood from the twentieth to twenty-first centuries. The exhibition breaks down the barriers between the historical and the contemporary by creating a bridge through art for the viewer to embrace both the past and the emerging faces of Fort Point. The art illustrates not only the visual changes in the landscape, but also the transformation of original materials and elements in new ways.


John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse
1 Courthouse Way, 617-261-2440

Rotating historic, educational, and marine exhibits from local artists and The Boston Panels, a permanent art installation by Ellsworth Kelly.  Please visit their website for more information.

Current Exhibition
Photography by Gary Ambush
January 2, 2014 – June 30, 2014  ______________________________________________________________________________

Walter Feldman Gallery
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston
Midway Studios, 15 Channel Center Street, Suite 103

35 Channel Center Gallery
35 Channel Center

Exhibitions are held at 35 Channel Center Street as part of FPAC’s ongoing art lending program.

Current Exhibition
Ruth Fields: Exploring Color Through Paint and Memory
February 6, 2014 – June 6, 2014

This exhibit is part of an ongoing art lending program with our neighbors at 35 Channel Center. The work can be viewed outside of the opening by appointment.