Games are designed to be fair, to give players an equal chance of winning. Conversely, society grants privileges and advantages to some while excluding and disempowering others. While both games and ... Read Article
Constitution Found Poetry: A Nook We Can Mirror (2013) confronts our unique founding document, examining how it has guided us towards good and ill, how it may have failed us and how we may be failing ... Read Article
The History of Columbia Point
Revealed Through Public Art
The Urban Scholars are a group of Boston Public High School students enrolled in U-Mass Boston’s after school college preparatory program. In ... Read Article
The Millennium Trail was a 1990s failed federal program to create historic trails through US cities and towns, including in Roxbury where only one plaque was installed.
Teaching Artist Neil Horsky ... Read Article
People’s Tours is a group of artists, researchers, and journalists who create guided tours and publications about the People’s History of Boston.
Our inaugural tour, titled The Social History of ... Read Article
In the summer of 2012 Urbano teen artists and staff partnered with lead artist Neil Horsky and two local social justice organizations: the Design Studio for Social Intervention and City Life/Vida ... Read Article
Urbano is a non-profit organization in Jamaica Plain that empowers urban teens, professional artists, and the community to create social change by facilitating artist-led projects surrounding annual ... Read Article
Figment Boston is an annual free interactive art festival on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Downtown Boston. Included in the 2012 festival literature was the following invitation to participate in my ... Read Article
The first public performance of Baseball Cycling occurred in June 2011 as part of the Common Boston festival. The call for participation was as follows.
Come participate in an experimental urban ... Read Article