In the place we now call Boston | Ross Miller | TEDxBeaconStreet


TEDx Talks
Published on Oct 6, 2014

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The historic city of Boston draws visitors from around the world to revolution-era sites, but what hidden history lies beneath the charming cobbled streets and brick meeting houses? Artist Ross Miller reveals the surprising answer as he embarks urban public art project at the intersection of a beloved Boston public landscape, a long neglected period of history, and a seasonal celebration. Ross Miller is a visual artist whose work integrates art into the public landscape. Through site-based projects he seeks to encourage community conversation in outdoor spaces, and to create places for private reflection in civic environments.

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