Feast Mass is a recurring dinner party in Boston. During the night, people present proposals for creative, community-engaged projects that need funding. Everyone votes, and the winner receives a grant funded entirely from the night's ticket sales.
The winner of the second Feast Mass grant, of $400, is an anthology to be put together by the students of a class at Corvid College. The class is called "The Art of Traveling: Urban Sojourns." Their teacher, Christian Greer, made a great presentation, and we're all excited to see the anthology when it gets printed (and find out some secrets about Boston).