Archive 2012

In 2012, Roxbury Community College opened the season with the now annual “Artist’s Voice” exhibit and a second exhibit featuring the works of students and faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Roxbury Community College. In addition, artist and co-curator Ekua Holmes brought sparc! the artmobilie to the exhibit so that folks in attendance could make art with the artists.
Joanna Marinova and her colleagues at Press Pass TV opened our 2012 season with “What’s Beautiful Never Dies”, a multimedia event featuring live performances and unveiling for the first time, songs from the “What’s Beautiful Never Dies Project” composed by the performers who worked with the families of children murdered in Boston – designed and performed to celebrate and honor their lives. It was an unforgettable evening. A selection of these artists performed again at our annual Statehouse exhibit and at a luncheon hosted by MOVA for our curators, area politicians and policy makers, advocates and serve providers to recognize the outstanding contributions of survivors and advocates.


Violence Transformed 2012: The Artist’s Voice

April 1 – June 1, 2012


What is Beautiful Never Dies

April 5, 2012

Being UBUNTU: The Youth Speak

April 9 – 19, 2012


MOVA’s Annual Victim Rights Conference

April 11, 2012 9-2pm

Violence Transformed 2012: Celebrating the Transformative Power of Art

April 19-27, 2012

Play Off X: Work of Marlon Forrester

April 25 – September 9, 2012

The Question Campaign: 21 Days of Questions, 365 Days of Action

October 17, 2012

“Arts in the CommonHealth: Transforming Space Through the Healing Arts” Conference Presentation

December 1, 2012

“Engaging the Other Conference”presentation by Jeff Lowenstein

December 5-8, 2012