Monday's Memorial Day Open House at the MFA is featuring a unique collection. ArtLifting is a millennial-founded organization that exists at the intersection of art, homeless activism, and entrepreneurship. The Boston-based organization has gotten some national attention, and counts activist brands like Toms amongst their investors. Artist and ArtLifting cofounder, Liz Powers and featured Artlifting Artist, Allen Chamberland joined Callie Crossley to talk about art, homes, and making it all the way to their incredibly prestigious show at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.
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