Art Marathon Events

To officially kick off this effort as a community, we will be hosting a series of Art Marathon Events  in which all of the participating institutions, artists, and the public are invited to come together over one weekend to make art as a part of Still Running.  We will use the artworks produced from these events to support the small works exchange part of the project and a selection of these works will also be featured in our small traveling show to promote awareness for Still Running.  

UPCOMING EVENTS (updated on 3/11/13):

Sat 3/15/13 March Art Marathon with The Next 26 This Saturday we’re happy to announce we’ll be doing a pop-up event with The Next 26! Details here.

The Next 26 is a local community organization to honor the heroes and survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon by building a vibrant community dedicated to serving our neighbors, celebrating our city, and strengthening our ties to each other.

Please join us at Still Running and The Next 26 this Saturday, March 15, in The Commonwealth Gallery at The College of Fine Arts at Boston University to help us make some artwork for first responders, raise money for The One Fund, and have a good time! As always, materials and snacks are free and all are welcome to join us.

You can read more about The Next 26 and all the wonderful things they’re doing for Boston here:

Fri 3/28/13 Opening Reception for “Still Running: An Art Marathon for Boston” at Laura’s Center for the Arts in Hanover, MA

Fri 3/28/13- Fri 4/18/13 “Still Running: An Art Marathon for Boston” Exhibition at Laura’s Center for The Arts     Hanover, Ma – Click here for gallery hours and directions- Admission to LCA is free of charge, however all donations no matter how small are greatly appreciated and go toward the continued support Laura’s Center for The Arts provides to the art community of the south shore.  We are so grateful to have their help!

Mon 4/7/13 Still Running at Boston Symphony Hall  This April, the Boston University Symphony orchestra and the BSO will put on a tribute concert to honor all those affected by last year’s Boston Marathon tragedy.  The artworks of Still Running will be on display at the Boston Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with the tribute concert at a perception at 6 pm.  Taylor will be giving a brief speech about her experience working on Still Running shortly before the concert.  *The Still Running perception will be free and open to the public, light refreshments served.  Concert tickets are $25 general admission and $10 for students.  Details here.

Sat 4/13/12 GLOBAL YOUTH SERVICE DAY  On behalf on Youth Service America, Taylor and Still Running will be leading a state-wide community arts event on Saturday, April 13th – Global Youth Service day!  We will be releasing the information for the very special event at the end of the week, so stay tuned!  In the meantime, you can learn more about Youth Service America and GYSD here.

Past Events:

Our first community art show! Come see the work from Still Running at the Arnheim Gallery at Mass Art! Gallery reception is Thursday, Nov. 14th from 6-8pmGallery hours Mon – Fri 10:00 to 6:00 pm, Sat & Sun 11:00 to 5:00 pm.

Sat. December 7- *First EVER* Gift of artwork to Boston Medical Center  On Saturday December 7th we will be giving our first official gift of artwork to Boston Medical Center! A selection of paintings will hang permanently in the hospital’s new emergency room facility, and many other works will find homes in other areas of the hospital!

5/25/13 – Our first ever Art Marathon! Please join us on Saturday, May 25 at the 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA) for our first official Art Marathon event as a part of Still Running: An Art Marathon for Boston.  9 AM – 5 PM.  Free and open to the public!  Art materials provided by our kind sponsor The Strathmore Paper Company.  All are welcome.  We hope to see you there!

RSVP to our Facebook event here! Invite your friends!

Still Running: An Art Marathon for Boston is funded in part by a grant from the Boston University Arts Initiative – Office of the Provost ( Thanks!

Sat. July 18th – Circle The City Boston: Open Streets/Avenue of The Arts             On July 18th, Circle the City Boston shut down Huntington Avenue and filled it with a bike festival and street fair.  We had a great time making artwork outside and frolicking on Huntington.  Circle the City plans to do this twice every year, so check them out! Here’s a link to some pictures from our experience there, it was a blast!

Tues 9/19- Thurs 9/19 STILL RUNNING IN DC
Taylor will be traveling to Washington DC representing Still Running on Capitol Hill as a part of Youth Service America National Child Awareness Month (check it out at, where she will be connecting with Massachusetts State legislators and discussing how they can be involved in the project.

Fri 9/20 ARTS CRAWL AT THE 808 GALLERY (11:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Still Running will be set up at the 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston) as a part of the BU Arts Initiative “Arts Crawl”. So, any BU students out there should definitely come and check out the BU arts scene, and everyone else should come to the 808, see the undergraduate student show, and make some art with us! RSVP to the facebook event here!

Fri 9/27, Sat 9/28, Sun 9/29 ARTWEEK BOSTON AT THE 808 GALLERY (all days 11 am – 5 pm)
Still Running will be set up in the 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston) again to participate in the first ever Artweek Boston (like restaurant week, but for the arts)! We will have our usual art making set up (a range of materials and ideas free for the taking) and some new giant paintings in progress for you to participate in! No experience necessary, think giant paint-by-number. Kid friendly! We are excited to see where it goes!

Fri 10/4, Sat 10/5, Sun 10/6 ARTWEEK BOSTON AT THE COMMONWEALTH GALLERY (all days 11 am – 5 pm)
Same as above! We will be set up in the Commonwealth Gallery (855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston) for the closing weekend of Artweek doing the same great art projects as the weekend before!  This means you have no excuse not to make it out to see us one of these weekends.

Lastly, here are some photos from our past “Art Marathons”! Looks fun right?!?  Thanks to everyone who came out and made the day a success!

Still Running: An Art Marathon for Boston is funded in part by a grant from the Boston University Arts Initiative – Office of the Provost ( Thanks!