Public Art

Republican Gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Baker participates in the 2014 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Forum on Mental Health in Boston, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, sponsored by The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. The intent of the forum was to create a dialogue around issues of mental health, focusing on veterans, teen suicide, the social impact of casino and marijuana legalization, and mental health care. Gretchen Ertl/AP Images for Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.

Gov. Charlie Baker Vetoes Public Art Bill

The Massachusetts Percent for Art Program would've used capital funding to create and preserve public art in Boston and 'gateway' municipalities.


Neighborhood Public Art: Fenway

From Red Sox icons to giant baby heads, there are quite a few bronze-cast characters on display.

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Neighborhood Public Art: Jamaica Plain

Featuring murals of Taino gods and colorful tributes to beloved JP residents along the way, one stroll down Centre Street is akin to a visit to an art museum.