What’s the best way to view 8 Nights, 8 Windows?
The beauty of 8 Nights, 8 Windows is that you create your own personal experience.
Here are some tips!
While a few of the windows will be on display all day and night from December 6-14, most will only be lit up after dark—which is the best time to get the full experience! We recommend waiting until dusk (around 4pm), before heading out to see the windows. They will be on view through the night, so you can even go for a nice dinner in the area and take a stroll afterwards.
The windows are all in Boston, centered mainly around the South End and Downtown.
|South End Windows||Downtown Windows|
|Boston Center for the Arts’ Artist Studio Building (539 Tremont Street)||FiRE+iCE (205 Berkeley St)
|Cambridge Trust Company (565 Tremont Street)||Roche Bros. (8 Summer St)|
|Boomerangs Special Edition(1407 Washington Street)||Milk Street Café (50 Milk St)|
|United South End Settlements (566 Columbus Ave)||West End Museum (150 Staniford St) is nearby|
FiRE+iCE (205 Berkeley St) and Pavement Coffeehouse (44 Gainsborough St) are nearby
There are several events surrounding the windows going on during the week of Hanukkah—some arranged by our host sites themselves! All are free and open to the public. You may aim to pick the night that these happenings occur to see many of the windows and wind up at one of them for their event:
Monday, December 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Pavement Coffeehouse (44 Gainsborough Street)
Artist-facilitated community make-and-take event with Tova Speter
Wednesday, December 9, 5:00-9:45 p.m. at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Our big, free, community wide Hanukkah celebration! Join us for the community candle lighting at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, December 10, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Boomerangs Special Edition (1407 Washington St)
Wine and jelly donuts!
Friday, December 11, 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the West End Museum (150 Staniford Street)
An artist talk with Christian Meade and Nathaniel Wyrick
You can also find parking information and the nearest T stops by visiting the Explore the Art section – click on the individual works, and then click to see the closest parking garage.