Massachusetts
Profile Type: Cultural Nonprofit
Cultural Nonprofit
Harvard Ed Portal

The Harvard Ed Portal is an innovative collaborative partnership involving Harvard University, the City of Boston, the Harvard Allston Task Force, and the Allston-Brighton community. 

Located at the crossroads of the North Allston-Brighton neighborhood and Harvard’s campus in Allston, the Harvard Ed Portal serves as a physical place for members of the Allston-Brighton and Harvard communities to come together to share ideas and learn from one another.

The Ed Portal's arts programming consists of offerings in the performing, media, visual, and teaching arts, plus a set of creative economy initiatives focused on providing technical assistance and capacity-building to individual artists. Our facility includes a street-level gallery and a performance space that seats 120.

Contact Information

First Name: 
Eva
Job Title/Position: 
Arts Program Manager
Mailing Address: 
224 Western Ave.
Allston, MA 02134
Physical Address: 
224 Western Ave.
Allston, MA 02134
Last Name: 
Rosenberg
Parent Organization/Affiliation: 
Harvard University

About

Profile Type: 
Cultural Nonprofit
Primary Discipline: 
Multi-Disciplinary
Additional Disciplines: 
Dance - General
Humanities - General
Literature - General
Media - General
Media - Film
Music - General
Theater - General
Visual/Crafts - General
Year Founded: 
2008
Populations Served: 
Adults
Businesses
Elders
Families
General Public
Immigrant Populations
Incarcerated (or Formerly Incarcerated) Individuals
LGBTQ Populations
Native American Tribes
Nonprofits
People with Disabilities
School Groups
Teens
Veteran/Active Duty Military Personnel
Youth-At-Risk
Languages Available: 
Portuguese
Spanish
Institution/Business Type: 
Schools - Colleges / Universities
Activities and Services: 
Arts Instruction / Lessons
Community Arts
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Curriculum Development
Exhibitions
Film Showings
Performance / Concert / Reading
Professional Development / Training
Professional Network Gatherings / Events
Public Art Projects (In Free, Public Spaces)
Residency - Community
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Events Per Year: 
45
Seasons Active: 
Spring
Fall
Winter
Geographic Reach: 
Town / City