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  • BREW & Future M The First- Boston Local Food Festival: 20,000 people
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    • 1. Informational meeting February 16, 2011
    • 2. Agenda
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 3. Agenda
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 4.
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
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    • 8. 1,000 Acres “ A new approach is called for on the waterfront – one that is both more deliberate and more experimental ... The massive expanse of the South Boston waterfront, with its existing knowledge base, opportunity for growth, and world-class infrastructure is ripe to produce world-class products and services” - Mayor Thomas M. Menino 2
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    • 12. A Sample of New Companies Serious Commitment…Real Momentum Partnership & Events
      • MassChallenge (global start-up competition)
      • Mayor Menino’s Live/Work Housing Symposium
      • Boston Regional Entrepreneurship Week
      • Spencer Trask Collaborative Welcome Home Challenge ($25K relocation/expansion competition)
      • DIGMA “Design Means Business” Conference/FutureM
      • Mass Technology Leadership Council’s “Innovation unConference”
      Recent Press “ Is the Waterfront the new Kendall Square?” – Patrick Nugent, Assistant Vice President (Nov. 3) “‘ Innovation city’ Boston plans waterfront revolution” – View from City Hall (Aug. 26) “ The Next Big Thing in Boston” – Business Coast to Coast (Aug. 26) “ Ideas Percolate in Innovation District” – Andrew Ryan (July 26) “ Geekville, a new neighborhood for Boston” – Lawrence Harmon (Jan. 26) “ Menino: Waterfront will become ‘Innovation District’” – Thomas Grillo (Jan. 4) “ Cleantech incubator eyed for Boston ‘Innovation District’” – Kyle Alspach (June 24) “ $25K for Boston Innovation District Startup” – Erin Kutz (May 18) 3 Company Industry Move-in Oasys Water Clean Tech November FastCAP Systems Clean Tech October Mad*Pow Digital Design October AisleBuyer Mobile Apps October Twelve Chairs Interior Design September Buzzient Social Media September Interaction Associates Prof. Development August Mad Props Prop House June
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    • 14. Digital Marketing Demo Night Panoramic Views of the Waterfront
      • Mass TLC Innovation unConference
      • Boston Fashion Week Expose Finale
      Powered Up Boston Boston Local Food Festival
      • Odd Pairings Experiment
      • Building a Framework for Economic Sustainability
      BioFach Organic America 2010
      • Fort Point Open Studios
      • Fort Point Pumpkin Pageant
      • Halloween on the Harbor
      • MassChallenge Final Awards Ceremony
      • How to Market: from Start-up to Corporation
      • MassInnovation Nights
      • Startups and Marketing: Building a Product, Brand, & Company
      Art New England Developing Online Advocacy for Your Cause
      • Harpoon Octoberfest
      • UrbanAdventours Bike & Brew Tour
      • National Chemistry Week
      • Family Friendly Art Walk
      Boston Society of Architects Open Studios 5 Events in October 2010
    • 15. Fan Pier Seaport Square Waterside Place Parcels M & N Liberty Wharf Parcels M & N 6
    • 16. Fort Point Channel Fan Pier/ Seaport Boston Marine Industrial Park Convention Center Area 7
    • 17.  
    • 18. Agenda
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 19. Agenda
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 20.
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 21.
      • The Boston Art Commission established in 1890 , exercises legal authority to approve and site new public art on property owned by the City of Boston . Site-specific artworks, both permanent and temporary , woven through the urban landscape identify Boston as a place with long history and a great capacity for innovation . These artworks range from traditional and new media public art pieces to municipal design elements, such as wayfinding systems and artistic lighting. In addition, the Art Commission has care and custody of all paintings, murals, statues, bas-reliefs, sculptures, monuments, fountains, arches and other permanent structures intended for ornament or commemoration on City property. It is the conviction of the Boston Art Commission that, in order to engender and support a thriving artistic consciousness within the city, community involvement shall extend beyond everyday appreciation to meaningful engagement in the creation, evolving interpretation and ongoing care of artworks throughout Boston’s neighborhoods.
    • 22. ID art BMIP 2011 Call for Entries Timeline
      • March 14 Deadline for entries
      • March 16 Selected entries posted online
      • March 16-27 Selection Committee Deliberation
      • March 28 Artist Selection announced
      • April 25 Delivery and Installation
      • May 7 Exhibition Opening
      • Oct. 1, 2012 Close of Exhibition
    • 23.
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 24.
      • Welcome to the BMIP
        • Larry Mammoli, EDIC/BRA and
        • Public Art at BMIP Team
      • Introduction to the Innovation District
        • Samantha Hammar, BRA
      • Call For Entries: Temporary Public Art at BMIP
        • Karin Goodfellow, Boston Art Commission
      • Virtual Tour of Sites
        • Dolores Fazio, BRA and the team
      • Q + A
      • Physical Tour of Sites (on foot)
        • For those who want to walk to see sites
    • 25. Site 1 Summer Street Entrance
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    • 33. Site 2 Northern Avenue Entrance
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    • 40. Site 3 Drydock Park
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      • QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS CALL?
      • Karin Goodfellow
      • Boston Art Commission
      • Mayor's Office of Art, Tourism & Special Events Room 802, Boston City Hall Boston, MA 02201
      • t:  617.635.2434 f:  617.635.2397
      • [email_address]
      • www.cityofboston.gov/arts
      • www.publicartboston.com