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WLI Gallery Reception

Date:
May 22, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Venue:
Boston Art
Address:
21 Drydock Ave, Suite 710E
Boston, MA 02210 United States
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Website:
www.bostonartinc.com/

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Join us on Wednesday, May 22nd for a reception hosted by ULI Boston/New England’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI).

Intuitively, we know art feeds the human soul; inspiring and soothing our spirits. If you’ve walked The Greenway or Seaport Boulevard in Boston, then you know how art can activate and engage. The Women’s Leadership Initiative opens the Spring ULI season with a Members Only event on the value and impact of art within the built environment, and outside in some of Boston’s activated parks and urban landscapes.

Our speakers, Kate Anderson and Kelly Filocco, with Boston Art, will discuss the importance of art in the built environment and the process of curating art for public spaces, corporate clients and places where we live, work and learn.

Join us for an inspiring discussion and learn about the WLI Council and our plans for an engaging series of events.

Agenda
5:30-6pm Registration, Mixing & Mingling
6-6:45pm Introductions to WLI & The Value & Impact of Art Presentation
6:45-7:30 Hosted Gallery Tours, Mixing & Mingling

**arrival and parking information: https://bostondesign.com/visit/directions 

 

Kate Anderson, Senior Art Consultant, Boston Art
Kate develops expertly-curated art programs by remaining connected with a national network of artists and galleries. By keeping abreast of trends in interior design and space planning, Kate successfully assists clients, like Grant Thornton as well as developers of Boston’s most in-demand luxury multifamily projects choose impactful and mission-driven artwork.

 

 

Kelly Filocco, Senior Art Consultant, Boston Art
Kelly has been developing art programs for corporations and healthcare institutions in the Boston area for over 20 years and knows the benefits a carefully-chosen art program can have on the productivity and well-being of her clients. Kelly’s experience ranges from large-scale, highly detailed projects for hospitals, public spaces and collection management advice for clients with extensive existing collections.

 

 

A special thanks to our event sponsors:

 

 

 

 

 

Preregistration is closed for this event. Onsite registrations will be accepted. 

 

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