How a UFO sends a message of hope amid environmental despair

This July, an art installation resembling a flying saucer made it’s at Boston’s LoPresti Park. Created by Now + There Public Art Accelerator Artist Eli Brown, Beam Me Down sits at the edge of the waterfront at the park along the rocks that border the harbor. Now + There is a Boston-area nonprofit “committed to fostering artists who break down biases and shed light on often-overlooked people and issues.” Its Public Art Accelerator, launched in 2018, is an annual program offering training alongside monetary and professional support for its “cohort” of local creators. Brown was part of the 2022 cohort alongside four other local artists. Previously, Brown received their MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, and their work has been featured in Philadelphia, Tampa, and Memphis.



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