Then & Now, a celebration of Black History Month, is a public art live-stream projection honoring the words of the abolitionists from the Boston Public Library’s Anti-Slavery Collection, coupled with Artists for Humanity teen artwork.
Watch the 2020 Pierce Performance, “Giving Voice to the Abolitionists: Selected Readings from the BPL’s Anti-Slavery Collection.”
What was the best book from 1920? Watch the Associates’ Hundred Year Retroactive Book Award of 1920 to find out.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, a struggle for equality that spanned decades. The Associates commissioned a play to commemorate this event.
Take a look back at Literary Lights 2018, where Rebecca Eaton interviewed Julian Fellowes about Downton Abbey and more…
The BPL has an extensive collection of Toulouse-Lautrec prints, many of which have been preserved and digitized with Associates-funding. Join us on May 23, 2019 to learn more. Plus visit the MFA exhibition!
Did you miss our inaugural Pierce Performance Series? Check out this video of the event — which commemorated the 150th anniversary of Patrick Gilmore’s National Peace Jubilee.
The Associates is honored to support poet Charles Coe’s “What You Don’t Know about Me” installation at the BPL.
Join the Associates on Tuesday, May 8th to learn more about M.C. Escher and his works, with Museum of Fine Arts curator, Ronni Baer.
We are thrilled to announce the Literary Lights honorees, presenters and keynote speaker for our 30th annual Literary Lights, to be held on April 22, 2018.