SEP 1: Inaugural Artist Fellow James Ellis Coleman opens his piece titled “Heard” at the Old State House.
AUG 25: Inaugural Artist Fellow Darren Cole opens his piece titled “When Up, Look Down” at the Old South Meeting House.
JUNE 15: A panel featuring the producer and director of the new short film series Imagining the Age of Phillis, as well as poet Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, on whose poems the films are based.
A discussion with creators who have used comics and graphic novels to tell complicated and personal histories spanning from World War II to the near-past.
VIDEO: A discussion about the role Revolutionary-Era sites play as monuments in our society, and how they can lead to conversation about our national values.
JUN 23: The third episode of our late-night comedy/history talkshow, with host Rob Crean!
EP 2: Host Rob Crean returns with guests Tory Bullock, Jacqueline Beatty, a short film by Tawanda Gona, games including Monumental Accessories, The Statue-lor, Boston Versus, a recipe for grog, and more!
In accordance with all state and local guidelines, the Old State House and Old South Meeting House will remain closed until further notice. We make this decision to support the efforts of government officials and healthcare professionals working to protect the public and promote healthy practices.
Multiple official historic sites on and adjacent to Boston’s iconic Freedom Trail and the Freedom Trail Foundation collectively announced that they would end all public programming and tours and close to the public until at least March 31.