On March 27, 2018, artist Julia Vogl and the Jewish Art Collaborative visited Conservatory Lab for contributors to Vogl’s public art installation called “Pathways to Freedom.” According to the Jewish Art Collaborative:
“Pathways to Freedom is a public art installation that reflects 1800 conversations about freedom and immigration in the Greater Boston area. Incorporating 44 audio recordings the piece allows us all to share in Boston’s immigrant experience.”
During Vogl’s visit, a number of students and staff from Conservatory Lab shared their stories of immigration and their thoughts on freedom. As part of #ArtWeek, the installation will be on display around the Soldiers and Sailor’s monument at the Boston Common.
Click here to view the webpage for Pathways to Freedom.