Hand in Hand brings Boston Police and Boston Youth together

Read about Hand In hand in the Boston Globe 

Interview with Michael Dowling and Greg Variste 

How Do We Honor Those Lost To AIDS? From The AIDS Quilt To New Memorials

How Do We Honor Those Lost From AIDS  90.9wbur the artery

2014 Press

LGBT Inclusive Groups Still Seek to March in South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade






BNN Reports on the Ubuntu Project at Wheelock College, which featured work from Medicine Wheel Productions’ Art in the Schools students. Click here to watch the video and click here for more information on Art in the Schools.

Caught in Southie features Medicine Wheel’s Spoke Gallery’s New Exhibit Then and Now which opens April 21st : Click here to read the section.

Medicine Wheel mentioned on WBUR: Click here to listen to the segment.

Social Innovation Forum names Medicine Wheel Production a 2010 Social Innovator

Pillar of Light Social Innovation Forum has named MWP as a Social Innovator for 2010. We are honored to have been selected and recognized for our important and innovative work engaging individuals and communities to create powerful artworks.

On April 28, Brandeis University will unveil “Source/ReSource,” a large-scale public artwork by artist Michael Dowling. Come join us!

“Source/ReSource”, a temporary installation of copper, stone and water outside the Rose Art Museum, was commissioned for the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, an annual five-day event at Brandeis.

Dowling, the 2010 Ruth Ann and Nathan Perlmutter Artist in Residence, developed the work in response to the Brandeis community, which he got to know by attending classes (“War and Possibilities of Peace” and “Cross-Cultural Arts and Aesthetics,” among others), researching the University Archives, and talking with everyone from the chaplaincy to the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life. Read the full press release >> CLICK HERE.

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