Join Robyn Reed and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on Thursday April 25 from 5:30-8:30pm for the second art exhibition opening at their Boston Harbor Pop-Up Gallery at 226 Causeway Street.

The exhibit will include neon sculptures by SIYA, video pieces and interactive drawing opportunities by David Burr, photographs of the Boston Harbor Islands by Don Feeney, and a historical photography exhibition of Cutillo Park provided by the Friends of Cutillo Park group.

Robyn Reed’s always expanding environmental art piece “Changing Course” will also be installed. Music will be performed by Justice McDaniel.

The pop-up gallery is located at 226 Causeway Street, right next to Title Boxing Club, at the corner of North Washington Street. One block from the North Station T stop.

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  1. I attended the opening and found it clever, creative, nostalgic and unusual.
    The retrospective on Cutillo Park would be of special interest to both old and new North-Ender’s. That the Friends of Cutillo Park have received a generous grant to repair and up-date it is wonderful news. I met a friend who used to ice skate there in the winters of the 50’s & 60’s. He waxed nostalgic about the pictures and newspaper reports.
    This gallery show is a must-see! Try it … You’ll like it!

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