Wednesday, October 07, 2020

Public Art Tackles Climate Change & Adaptation Along Fort Point Channel

Boston residents, what do you know about the risk of flooding and climate adaptation strategies?  Test your knowledge. Take this short survey created by UMass Amherst. By completing the survey, you can earn an entry into our prize draw for one of ten 50$ gift cards.

Then keep your eyes open for the installation of FutureSHORELINE along the Harborwalk adjacent to the Channelside parking lot (244 - 284 A Street) on October 17, 2020 part of FPAC's Fort Point Open Studios.  The pre-installation survey is an important piece of this public art. Follow #Futureshoreline on Twitter or Instagram.

Carolina Aragon is an artist and educator at UMass Amherst who uses public art to transform landscapes, engage communities, and teach students.  She created FutureWATERS on the East Boston Greenway to address sea level rise and climate change. Climate change and climate adaptation is critical to all waterfront neighborhood including the South Boston Waterfront. . 


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