The Boston Preservation Alliance
has selected Lisa as a recipient of a 2010 Preservation Achievement Award
in the category of Significant Public Art Contributing to Boston's Urban Fabric. Award ceremony in October 2010.Fast Company Magazine Fast Talk event in Boston
June 29, 2010 at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Case Study on Fort Point - Lisa Greenfield
How Fort Point Arts Community is improving neighborhoods, transforming lives, and using art to drive the economy, and in turn, building a better, faster city for the future. PechaKucha Boston 18
June 22, 2010
Elks Lodge, 55 Bishop Richard Allen Dr, Cambridge (near Central Sq T)
PechaKucha Boston 18 includes speakers from Boston Fashion Week, Common Boston, Design Biennial Boston 2010, Design Museum Boston, SHIFTboston Ideas Competition 2009 and more!
Cheryl Tougias, Spalding Tougias Architects, Inc. and Lisa Greenfield, Fort Point Artist CommunityHouse of Cards ConstellationCenter
Temporary Public Art Installation
ConstellationCenter, Cambridge, Massachusetts, announces a Temporary Public Art Installation on ConstellationCenters site, located at Athenaeum Street and Kendall Street in Kendall Square. This property will be the future home of ConstellationCentera performing arts center combining the highest standards of production and performance excellence, with multiple venues for film, music, opera, dance, and drama.
June 2010-June 2011The Cambridge Street Project
An inside look at the process of public art
April 1 June 11, 2010
FIRST MONDAYS @ CAC GALLERY
Free artist receptions featuring live performances,
food & community: April 5, May 3, June 7, 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
CAC Gallery, Cambridge Arts Council, City Hall Annex
344 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Cambridge
Lisa Greenfield was one of ten local artists selected as a finalist for a Public Art Commission in Cambridge, MA. Each artist developed a site-specific proposal for the Cambridge Street Corridor - a one-mile stretch of Cambridge Street, spanning from Inman Square to Lechmere. The scope of the commission, by the Cambridge Arts Council, permit the artists to develop a concept in any of the arts and design media visual, performing, mixed media, architectural, landscape, social, etc. TFound in Fort Point
Art at 12 Gallery
Jan 12-Feb 26, 2010SHIFTboston Forum
Jury Selection Finalists
Institute of Contemporary Art
January 14, 2010Small Works
Art at 12 Gallery
December 2009Starry Night
Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere
A Street under Summer Street, Boston, MA
Dusk to dawn.
December 20, 2009-November, 2010
Starry Night will create the illusion of being under a starry sky as you walk under the Summer Street overpass on A Street in Fort Point, Boston. One aspect of city life is the rarity of a starlit sky. Memories of crisp, cold air and midnight black skies, punctuated by brilliant blue-white stars, are evoked by this installation.
The area is frequently traversed by the many workers and residents of our community, but it is currently dingy and poorly lit. Starry Night will create a glow that transforms that short walk into a festive, enchanting and memory-evoking experience.
Funded by a grant from FPAC
for the Winter Solstice public art series.
1/17/10 Boston Sunday Globe Review of Starry Night
"...The best piece here is quite simple: Lisa Greenfield and Daniel van Ackeres magical canopy of blue LED lights, Starry Night, strung on A Street beneath the Summer Street bridge. The sparkle imbues the rundown stretch of road with a heavenly glow." - Cate McQuaidMake a Point: A Competition
Lisa was selected as one of six finalists in the Friends of Fort Point Channel's international Make a Point competition chosen to present pecha-kucha style at the Blue Wave on December 15th.more infoSee the presentationBarlow's Restaurant
Paintings on view December 2009 - March 2010