Public Art

The Conservancy’s public art program has paved the way for The Greenway to become a premier destination to see contemporary works of art in downtown Boston. The public art vision is to bring innovative and contemporary art to Boston through free, temporary exhibitions, engaging people in meaningful experiences, interactions and dialogue with art and each other. The Conservancy gives artists unique opportunities to exhibit bold, new work that considers the possibilities of 21st century Boston.

Greenway Public Art Advisory Committee


Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that The Greenway is situated on the unceded and ancestral homelands and waterways of the Massachusett and Pawtucket Tribes, and their neighbors the Wampanoag, and Nipmuc Peoples, who have stewarded this land for hundreds of generations.

As a land-based organization, we recognize that the land and waterways are older than we are and pay honor and respect to this history and to this land, these communities, their Elders and all past, present, and future generations.

Gateway to Infinity (An Anti-monument), 2023

Through October 2024

Stretching 40 feet in diameter, Gateway to Infinity (An Anti-monument) is a large-scale groundwork by Boston-based queer, interdisciplinary artist Maria...

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Momentum Greenway Dance Program, Presented by Amazon, 2023

Through October 2023

Curators: Keelin Caldwell, Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, and Peter DiMuro, Choreographer & Director Producer: Georgia Lyman Music & Sound Director:...

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Where The Land And Our Bodies Intersect, 2022

Through October 2023

Mithsuca Berry (they/them) Series of four digital illustrations printed on fabric flags; series of four vinyl text installations. Of their...

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Seeds of Wisdom, 2023

Through October 2023

Returning for its second year on The Greenway, Roxbury Sunflower Project: Seeds of Wisdom (2023) is a multi-site public artwork...

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Tuȟmaǧatipi, 2022

Through March 2024

Erin Genia (she/her) Tuȟmaǧatipi –the Dakota word for beehive– is a sculptural habitat and water source for pollinators created using...

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Past Exhibitions