Located in Brookline’s Cottage Farm Historic District, 10 Lenox Street is the future home of Boston University’s Children’s Center.
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Mike presented at the World Forum on Early Care and Education in Auckland, New Zealand in May. He discussed the growing significance of maker spaces and the importance of urban design and play.
We proudly sponsored the Brookline Art Center “Art Off the Wall” exhibition and fundraiser on May 13. The artwork by Evelyn Berde and Karen Moss, the two artists honored at the event was beautiful. Many other artists donated their art to benefit the BAC.
Our team was excited to attend the 2017 A Night for Nurtury Gala, celebrating collaborative efforts in early education and care. Nonie K. Lesaux was this year’s recipient of the Nurturer of the Year award.
This intensive, three-day workshop provides practitioners with state-of-the-art, evidence-based design thinking for indoor/outdoor educational spaces for young children.
Some on our team attended the 2017 Epiphany Gala at the Westin Copley Place on Friday, April 28th. Both Nicole and Bill were prominently featured in a short documentary film that celebrates the exceptional accomplishments of the school.
The team was able to kick off their heels and meet with all those who made the 2017 Horizons for Homeless Children’s Spring Gala possible. StudioMLA proudly supported the event as an Advocating For Change sponsor.