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Brookline Invites Community To Share Input For New Public Art Installations

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The Economic Development Division, in partnership with the Brookline Arts Center (BAC), invite residents to the “Brookline Art Makes Community” engagement event to help bring more public art to commercial areas of Brookline.

The eventwilltakeplaceon Thursday, November 03, 2022, between the hours of 05:00 and 07:45 p.m. in the Beacon Street Art Gallery, located at 1351 Beacon Street, Brooklin, MA 02446.

The initiative is funded by the American Rescue Plan Act.

At the event, attendees will learn about this new public art initiative. They also will have the opportunity to contribute input on preferred types of public art such as murals, sculptures, and lighting installations, as well as preferred locations for these installations.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for residents to gather and share their ideas about public art,” Town Administrator Chas Carey said. “Engagement from residents and community members will help ensure that new public art captures the values and visions of our community and all that makes Brookline so unique. We encourage all residents to attend, especially those who have a passion for art.”

For questions, please contact the Economic Development Planner Aaron Norris at anorris@brooklinema.gov.