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.
We are delighted to announce that Peter R. Brown has been unanimously appointed as the Associates’ next Board Chairman, effective July 1, 2018.
The Boston Public Library recently digitized its copies of the Declaration of Independence.
The Associates’ Board Chairman Vivian K. Spiro retired on June 30, 2018, after serving for twenty years as head of the organization.
The Associates is honored to support poet Charles Coe’s “What You Don’t Know about Me” installation at the BPL.
The Boston Public Library just launched an exciting new crowdsourcing project. Help us transcribe abolitionists’ correspondence and learn more about this important era in our country’s history.
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.
The Boston Public Library just discovered an unknown play!
Our current Writer-in-Residence, Laura Rees, is halfway through her residency at the Boston Public Library. Are you curious what she is writing about and how the project is proceeding?