Fri, Feb 04

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Art. Music. Conversation. Community. THIS EVENT IS BEING RESCHEDULED

THIS EVENT DATED FEB 4 IS BEING RESCHEDULED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. - An evening of art, music and community conversations with the musicians of Project STEP and the artists from the exhibit There Once Was Parking.

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Art. Music. Conversation. Community. THIS EVENT IS BEING RESCHEDULED

Time & Location

Feb 04, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Boston, 70a Sleeper St, Boston, MA 02210, USA

About The Event

COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE THROUGH PROJECTSTEP.ORG

DONATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED. FUNDING IS DISTRIBUTED BETWEEN PROJECT STEP AND THE FORT POINT ARTS COMMUNITY. Mask mandates, proof of vaccination, and social distancing are required in accordance with Massachusetts State Guidelines and Assemblage Gallery requirements.

Art. Music. Conversation. Community: Project STEP & The Fort Point Arts Community Artist Talk & Music Performances​

Friday, February 4th, 2022 from 6-8:30 pm   The FPAC Assemblage Gallery at The Envoy Hotel   70a Sleeper St, Boston, MA 02210   MBTA Red and Silver Line Access   Paid parking available at several area garages including 75 Sleeper Street and 321 Congress Street

Free Community Event - Donations Encouraged. All donations will be gifted evenly between non-profit organizations Project STEP and the Fort Point Arts Community.  You have the opportunity to doante from the ticket page and also at the event.  Donations are tax-deductible.

Join us for an evening of art, music and community conversations. Hear performances by the musicians of Project STEP, learn about the Fort Point Arts Community, and see artwork from local creatives. Guests will also have an opportunity to participate in an artist talk and Q & A with the artists - moderated by Matthew Dickey and Paul Grant.

Performances by Project STEP musicians: a national, award-winning, non-profit music organization that provides early and long-term classical music education to youth of color in Boston and surrounding areas.

Artwork by Fort Point Arts Community artists Jodie Baehre and Ari Hauben. Additional artwork by Kate Castelli, Aristotle Forrester, and Adam O'Day. Learn more about the art and artists at thereoncewasparking.com.

*Updates will be posted on mask and social distance guidelines in accordance with the CDC, Project STEP, and Assemblage Gallery protocols.

*This event is sponsored in part by the Fort Point Arts Community, the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, and the City of Boston.

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