Projections is a forum for presenting different video and photo works by national, and regional artists. Each month from March – May videos will be presented in the storefront windows of 4 retail spaces along Western Ave in North Allston-Brighton. Conceptually Projections will perform a modern form of street art, one that introduces light, movement and color after dusk.

The installation is an early piece in a long-term Harvard University-funded initiative to explore how public art can activate Western Avenue. In addition to Harvard-owned spaces, Projections videos will be installed in retail storefronts at the Continuum property and Charlesview Community apartment buildings on Western Ave.


Kicking off March 14th, 2016 at dusk.
Program schedule: Sunset to Sunrise daily.

March 31st join us for a stroll down Western ave for a viewing with the artists, curators and project partners.
5:30-8pm Refreshments will be provided.

Continuum – 199 N. Harvard Ave
Artists: Jennifer Schmidt and Jesse Kaminsky in collaboration with Isabella Koen.
Window curated by Meg Rotzel – Arts Program Manager, Radcliffe College

267 Western Ave.
Artists: Jim Drain, Rafaël Rozendaal and Dan Borelli
Window curated by Dan Borelli – Director of Exhibitions, Harvard Graduate School of Design

404 Western Ave.
Artists: Magda Fernandez
Window curated by Camilo Alvarez – Director, Samson Projects

406 Western Ave.
Artists: Stephen St Francis Decky and Jamilah Sabur
Window curated by Randi Hopkins – Associate Director of Visual Arts, Boston Center for the Arts

Creative Director: Isenberg Projects
Managing Partner: Graffito SP
Special Thanks to: Charlesview Community and Samuels & Associates
This program is made possible by Harvard University.