City of Boston Browne Fund Committee

We are excited to announce that Principal, Ray Dunetz has been selected to serve as the Landscape Architect on the the Edward Ingersoll Browne Fund Committee for the City of Boston.

In 1892, Edward Ingersoll Browne, a successful Boston trust attorney with a strong sense of civic pride and public spirit, wrote his will directing that one-third of his estate be set aside, in a special fund, for the improvement of Boston’s public spaces. Grants from Mr. Browne’s bequest are often utilized for the design, fabrication and installation of permanent works of public art in Boston.  The Art Commission has representation on this board and assists in determining that all proposals submitted comply with the terms of Mr. Browne’s will.