Pop-Ups + Exhibits

District Hall is a public platform designed to build connections and exchange knowledge. Our rotating pop-ups and exhibits are opportunities for local startups, artists, innovators, government, and individuals to showcase innovation happening all around Boston.

Want to host a pop-up? Learn more and submit an application!

Past Pop-uPs + EXHIBITS

Imagine Boston 2030 Community Feedback Exhibit

Imagine Boston 2030 hosted a public feedback installation on their community-based strategic plan for Boston’s future. 

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PitPatters Pop-up Shop

Pitpatters is a Boston-based startup that develops innovative shoe covers. 

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Uvero Pop-up Shop

Uvero is a startup based in Wakefield, MA, that utilized 3D-scanning technology developed at MIT to create custom-fit earphones and hearing protectors. Learn more.

Ühu Roadshow

Developed in partnership with Livelight, Housing Innovation Lab, and the Boston Society of Architects, the ühu (urban housing unit) is a 385 sq ft prefabricated united designed to start a conversation about smaller, more efficient living in Boston. Learn more.

boston.gov redesign exhibit

A 3-D exhibit showcasing the City of Boston’s website redesign process and innovations in citizen engagement. Learn more.

Street Pianos

In partnership with the Celebrity Series of Boston, 60 pianos were installed around the city. Our street piano was painted by local artist Claudia Ravaschiere.

Society of arts + Crafts

During the Society of Arts and Crafts’ transition to the Seaport District in 2016, SA+C hosted a pop-up shop selling local artisan crafts. Learn more.

Sasaki Sea Change Exhibit

It is projected that sea levels will rise two feet by mid-century and six feet by 2100. The new tideline will transform the coastal landscape of Greater Boston and increase the probability of a major storm devastating the metropolitan region. 

Sasaki’s exhibition Sea Change: Boston examined Boston’s vulnerabilities and demonstrated proactive design strategies at the building, city, and regional scale. 

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