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February 2016

2.9.16
Kim Szeto
January 2016 was a busy month for Creative City ! Leading up to our next deadline on February 12, 2016, we held a series of grant workshops about the Creative City application process, held office...Read more »
2.2.16
Dee Schneidman
The Americans for the Arts annual convention is coming to Boston in June! The event covers a wide range of topics for arts leaders and NEFA would like to make it a bit easier for New Englanders to...Read more »

January 2016

1.29.16
Jeffrey Filiault
Here are opportunities for this month - check them out and pass them along to your colleagues. And as always, email us if you know of any professional development events or calls to artists that we...Read more »
1.8.16
Kim Szeto
I am excited to announce a series of grant workshops focusing on NEFA’s newest initiative, Creative City, a three-year pilot that makes grants to Boston area artists to create works that...Read more »

December 2015

12.29.15
Jeffrey Filiault
Happy New Year! Many of the opportunities below are in New York leading up to and during the Association of Performing Arts Presenters APAP conference . You can find NEFA at APAP. Read about it on...Read more »
12.22.15
Matthew Glassman
This presentation of Double Edge Theatre's Grand Parade (of the 20th Century) was funded in part by the National Theater Project (NTP) Presentation Grant . Conventional community engagement happens...Read more »
12.7.15
Sara C. Nash
As the National Dance Project (NDP) approaches our 20th anniversary in the 2016-17 season, we are using this opportune moment to reflect on NDP’s impact over the years and to consider how NDP...Read more »

November 2015

11.30.15
Jeffrey Filiault
Here are opportunities for this month - check them out and pass along to your colleagues. And as always, email us if you know of any professional development events or calls to artists that we should...Read more »
11.20.15
Allie Fiske
November is Native American Heritage Month, and in honor of this month-long celebration of the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans, CreativeGround spoke with Julia Marden (Aquinnah...Read more »
11.18.15
Carolyn Lewenberg
Franklin Park, the “crown jewel in the Emerald Necklace” was designed by celebrated architect Frederick Law Olmstead in the 1880s. The park was intended to serve as a refuge for the...Read more »

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