Guest post written by ArtLifting
ArtLifting has partnered with the Boston Public Market to turn the venue into a public gallery space for the first time ever. As part of the bi-annual ArtWeek Boston creative festival taking place this week (4/29 – 5/7), last Friday marked the unveiling of amazing artwork from 12 ArtLifting artists—ranging from striking photography by Cynthia Perdigao to the abstract works of Nick Morse. The collection is on display at the Boston Public Market for the remainder of ArtWeek and can also be found on ArtLifting.com.
While the works lining the walls of the BPM make for beautiful viewing, ArtLifting believes that art can be used as a platform for change and social good. Our online marketplace is filled with work by artists who have experienced homelessness or live with disabilities—with 55% of purchases going directly to the artists themselves.
We invite you to learn more about the company, its mission, and artwork this Friday (5/6) during the ArtLifting + Fondue Night at the Boston Public Market, where artists and representatives will be sharing their work, stories, and impact.
Did we mention there’s fondue?