First ever Jewish public art project in Boston! 8 Nights, 8 Windows is a a juried public art project featuring 8 interactive art installations in windows throughout Boston. Artists will share stories, old and new, creating experiences that bring a fresh look at Hanukkah.
Artists and Windows:
The West End Museum: Christian Meade & Nathaniel Wyrick – “Halfway Through the Light”
United South End Settlements: Matt Brand – “Luminous Miracle”
Roche Brothers: Astrid Chow – “8 Nights, 8 Windows Life-size Logo”
Milk Street Cafe: Susannah Lawrence – “Giants”
Cambridge Trust Company: Gianna Stewart – “Sunrise”
Boomerangs Special Edition: Fish McGill & Saul Baizman – “HueMenroah”
Pavement Coffeehouse: Tova Speter – “We are the Shamash”
Boston Center for the Arts: Claudia Ravaschiere & Michael Moss – “The Coming of Light”
Event Location: Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02116
Until Monday, December 14, 2015 at 1:00 pm
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