Now and There

PO Box 52557
Boston, MA 02205

Date Posted:
December 06, 2018

Eastern Massachusetts



Paid opportunity to active public art with Now + There!


On Monday through Wednesday December 17th through 19th, public art curator Now + There will activate the Prudential Center with a pop-up station inviting holiday shoppers to make simple tote bags out of the bright orange UNLESS, Stephanie Cardon's public art installation.

We are looking for people to help our during the hours of 3:00-7:30 PM on December 17th-19th (Monday-Wednesday), at the Pru, that can assist with set-up/break down, sewing, cutting and talking about the project with people.

Each 3-7:30 shift pays $75, and is a great chance to get involved in public art and promote the UNLESS message of sustainability and attention to something simple we can do to make a difference.

We really appreciate you taking the time out of this busy holiday season to support this message and project. If you’re interested in getting involved, please reach out to Maddie Doctor (

About Now + There

For Boston, and all who are curious and engaged, Now + There is a public art curator that challenges our city’s cultural identity by taking artistic risks and consistently producing compelling projects. Our projects are temporary and site specific, hence our name.


UNLESS by Stephanie Cardon is a vibrant floor-to-ceiling installation that fills the main entryway of Boston’s landmark Prudential Center. Commissioned by Boston Properties and curated and producedby Now + There, UNLESS explores sustainability, climate justice, and how taking action together can create positive change. To learn more, visit

Ability to operate sewing machine a plus.
How To Apply:
E-mail to get involved.
Apply by:
December 14, 2018
$75 per shift
About this Organization:
Now and There is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating impactful public art projects in Greater Boston. Our projects are temporary and site specific, hence our name. Our mission is to deliver thought-provoking, public art projects that advance new definitions of public art, acculturate Boston to the cultural, social and economic benefits of art, and help define Boston's essential public art identity.