Boston Society of Architects Information:
Established in 1867, the BSA is located at BSA Space (290 Congress St). BSA Space features more than 5,000 square feet of gallery space for creative explorations of the potential of design to inspire, create community and transform the world we inhabit. BSA Space is also home to the Boston Foundation for Architecture (BFA). The BSA today consists of more than 3,500 members and produces a diverse array of programs and publications, including ABX and ArchitectureBoston.
Exhibit Space: 290 Congress St, 1st & 2nd Floor (free and open to the public)
Nearly 6,000 square feet of sunlit space showcases cutting-edge design, overlooking a two-story atrium and outdoor landing. Stop by the BSA exhibit today or check their website for information on upcoming exhibiitions:
Public Concierge Desk: 290 Congress St, 1st Floor
For tourists and local Bostonians, a concierge is conveniently located on the 1st floor inside the BSA Space! Stop by for maps and information on things to do in Boston and for great places to tour in MA.
Member & Rentable Space: 290 Congress St, 2nd Floor
Conference rooms dot the gallery floor. “Hot desks” serve as a quick place to catch up on your next client presentation or simply read email. Architects speak over coffee. BSA committees meet simultaneously, generating interdisciplinary dialogue. Landscape architects, contractors, homeowners and urban planners meet. This is where design flourishes.
Program Space: 290 Congress St, 2nd Floor
Five hundred programs a year will pack the halls with Boston’s best building professionals: public lectures, professional development workshops, design festivals, networking events, a college fair and even K–12 education programs.
Boston Society of Architects/AIA
290 Congress Street, Suite 200
Boston, MA 02210-1038
Atlantic Wharf Gallery Information:
290 Congress Street, 1st floor, Boston MA 02210
Fort Point Arts Community Exhibit Information:
Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) Art Exhibition, is located at 290 Congress St, 1st Floor and is free and open to the public. Stopy by for a group show of works by Fort Point Arts Community members. The exhibitions change periodically and includes art work such as paintings, drawings, photography, prints, video, and sculpture in which water plays a central role. FPAC is home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media. It is recognized as one of New England’s largest artists’ communities, stop by the gallery today to see an array of beautiful art pieces in Waterfront Sq.
Fort Point Arts Community
300 Summer Street M1
Boston MA 02210 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
|T: 617 423-4299 |The FPAC office hours Th 1-6 PM
Friends of Fort Point Channel Information:
Friends of Fort Point Channel (Friends) is a nonprofit organization committed to making the Fort Point Channel an exciting and welcoming destination for all of Boston’s residents, workforce and visitors. The Friend’s year round programming is free to the public, which is a new model for ensuring civic redevelopment. These programs include Fort Point Fitness, Taste of Fort Point Channel, Channel Boat Tours, and Pumpkin Pageant.
290 Congress Street, 2nd Floor
Atlantic Wharf, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02210