Inspired Art Spring 2024
Date and location coming soon!

Inspired Art is an art exhibition & reception resulting from a unique collaboration between local artists and Boston Scores elementary school Poet-Athletes.

Community artists review a book of poems composed recently by Boston Scores 4th-6th grade Poet-Athletes. Selecting one poem as their inspiration, each creator contributes one piece in their favored medium (pencil, ink, oil, photography, sculpture, etc.). 

Guests at Inspired Art may bid on each piece and proceeds from the art auction will directly advance the work of Boston Scores. The event features over 40 original works of art as well as a short speaking program and the performance of an original poem by a  Boston Scores Poet-Athlete. 


Inspired Art 2024 ticket information coming soon! 


Check out our FAQ Doc here or reach out to for further details.

How Your Support Helps

Funds raised through this event support Boston Scores’ soccer and team-based enrichment program helping students to build essential life skills and character. Learn more about the impact of our programs or make a bid at our online auction!

About The Poetry Program

In addition to playing on a soccer team, Boston Scores’ Elementary School-aged students learn how to read, interpret, write and perform poetry.

Through the Power of Poetry and Writing for the Community curricula, students not only have the chance to use poetry to share their personal experiences but also learn how to use their voice to address and raise awareness on issues that they identify in their community. 

Want to become a 2024 sponsor?

Please reach out to John Cunningham, Corporate Partnership Manager, at and click below to access the sponsorship deck!

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John Haiduk painting at 2022 Boston Scores Inspired Art Show
Inspired Art 2023

2023 Inspired Art Organizing Committee

  • Laima Bobelis, Natixis Investment Managers
  • Patricio Castillo, Babson College
  • John Haiduk, Western Ave Studios
  • Stephanie Herrera, Wellington Management
  • Jane Hiscock, Farland Group
  • Nicol Paresi, Progress Partners
  • Melissa Partridge, Loomis Sayles
  • Vanessa Plant, ALKU Foundation
  • Stacy Poli, Wells Fargo
  • Kathleen Preisner
  • Laurie Rosenblatt, LEON Literary Review
  • Emma Zack Tanzer, Ropes & Gray

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