July 11, 2011
In a little over a year, Design Museum Boston has grown from an idea conceived by a pair of local designers into an innovative nomadic museum at the forefront of design education and promotion. I’m a proud volunteer of this up-and-coming institution. In November, we opened our first major exhibit, Creative Capital: Designed in Boston. We’ve forged important partnerships with organizations like Smallbean, a Boston-based nonprofit, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and the Boston Redevelopment Authority. We’ve gained the support of over 3,000 friends and followers, many of whom made it out to celebrate the release of our new branding at Continuum in January.
Bostonians are excited about design, and so are we. With your help, Design Museum Boston can continue its work educating the public about local design, and the design industry’s potential to foster positive social change.
Design Museum Boston is currently an entirely volunteer-run organization. By making a donation today, you’ll ensure the success of the exhibitions, programs, and outreach initiatives we have planned for 2011 and beyond. From exhibits focused on branding and fashion, to our continued work on the Designing A Difference program to bring solar-powered computer labs to the developing world; our plans for the coming year can only happen through the support of friends like you.
Design Museum Boston is a registered nonprofit in the state of Massachusetts, and we are now able to accept tax-deductible donations through a partnership with Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation online, please do so here.
Thanks for your support!