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In the Making is a series of inspiring public programs where we connect with a range of new voices, fields, and perspectives. Join us for an insider's view of the lives and work of those who practice and appreciate craft in all its forms—artists, tradespeople, curators, community leaders, chefs, scholars, and others.

We have an exciting new lineup of virtual conversations planned. Register for events and view the full recordings of past events below.

Know of someone who would be a great fit for this series? Let us know by emailing Kristen Odle at kodle@nbss.edu. Thanks in advance, and look forward to connecting.


Upcoming Live Events



Thursday, December 2, 2021 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm ET
Live streamed from Geppetto restaurant in Cambridge, MA
Free to attend


In the Making: Puritan & Company

Chef Will Gilson

Thursday, December 2, 2021 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm ET
Live streamed from Geppetto restaurant in Cambridge, MA
Free event

Chef Will Gilson found his start in the service industry cooking dinners at The Herb Lyceum-his parent's farm located in Groton, Massachusetts. A handful of years, restaurants, and a global crisis later, he has a lot to share about the industry, the community, and automation in the restaurant business.

Many are familiar with Puritan & Company, the down-to-earth yet elegant neighborhood restaurant located in Inman Square in Cambridge, MA, where Will made his first big mark on a neighborhood and its diners.

Join us in his newest restaurant, Geppetto, for conversation and a meal using ingredients that are accessible to everyone.

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This conversation is part of In the Making, a public programs series where we connect with a range of new voices, fields, and perspectives. Learn more about In the Making, and view a full list of participants, at the series homepage here.

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In the Making is made possible with generous support from The Ddora Foundation and Eaton Vance.

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