2015 Atlantic Wharf Public Programming Calendar
WATERFRONT SQUARE GALLERY:
Islands on the Edge explores the Harbor Islands and the concepts in the Islands' interpretive theme, with drawing, painting, photography, video, mixed media, and sculptural installations by twenty-one artists.
Exhibition Dates: June 29, 2015 – September 25, 2015
Openting Reception: Tuesday, July 14
Exhibition Hours of Operation: Monday through Sunday from 7am to 10pm
Berklee Lunch Sessions:Bring your lunch out to Waterfront Plaza and enjoy summer concerts featuring talented musicians from Berklee College of Music. Showcasing a variety of musical styles including jazz, pop, Americana and singer/songwriter performances. Berklee Lunch Sessions will take place every Thursday in June and July from noon-1:30PM.
Thursday, July 12: Mauricio Morales
Thursday, June 18: Lizje in Blue
Thursday, June 25: Alea
Thursday, July 2: 3 Sudacas
Thursday, July 9: Josh Shpak Band
Thursday, July 16: The Nasty Candombe Project
Thursday, July 23: Mixcla
Thursday, July 30: Carlos Capacho: The Cuatro Project
BOXFIIT on the Harbor: Join us every Monday in July and August, for free fitness classes provided by the Club by George Foreman. Classes will take place outdoors on Waterfront Plaza from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. BOXFIIT classes are a combination of cardio, strength, and boxing training and will provide a full-body workout for all ages and levels. To register for your class, and for more information:everybodyfights.com/boston/the-club-boston-classes
Kids Concerts on the Harborwalk: Stop by Waterfront Plaza and bring your kids down for some summer fun after work! We will be holding 3 Kids Concerts hosted by Stacey Peasley from 5:30PM to 6:30pm on the following Tuessday's in August:
Tuesday, August 4: Conducted by Stacey Peasley
Tuesday, August 11: Conducted by Stacey Peasley
Tuesday, August 18: Conducted by Stacey Peasley
BSA Space Exhibit: Bigger than a Breadbox, Smaller than a Building
This new exhibition explores the medium of installation as a way for architects to explore and prototype exciting new technologies and building techniques. The exhibition includes a historical analysis of art installation and will feature experimental and visually arresting works by national architects and designers.
BSA Space, (1st and 2nd floors), is Boston’s leading center forarchitecture and design. More details: http://www.architects.org/bsaspace/feature-exhibitions