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ARTery: A ‘Convergence’ Of Public Sculpture

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Boston Sculptors Gallery exhibit. (Amory Sivertson/WBUR)Boston Sculptors Gallery exhibit. (Amory Sivertson/WBUR)Boston Sculptors Gallery exhibit. (Amory Sivertson/WBUR)Boston Sculptors Gallery exhibit. (Amory Sivertson/WBUR)Boston Sculptors Gallery exhibit. (Amory Sivertson/WBUR)

This week’s ARTery installment took us to the Christian Science Plaza, where we met up with Wyona Lynch-McWhite, executive director of the Fruitlands Museum.

Surrounding us were over two dozen sculptures created by members of the Boston Sculptors Gallery, a group of 18 artists who promote the role of public sculpture in the community.

The exhibit is called Convergence and is on display until October 31st.

Guest

Wyona Lynch-McWhite, executive director of the Fruitlands Museum.

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The Boston Globe “What if Boston were to start taking public sculpture seriously? What if it were to create, for example, a vast sculpture park running from the Institute of Contemporary Art on Seaport Boulevard to the Zakim Bridge, winding through the Rose Kennedy Greenway?”


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