New England

Aug 20, 2014
Daniela Jacobson
As part of my role as NEFA’s accessibility coordinator, I have the opportunity to champion access to the arts for all people and especially the disability community.
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Aug 12, 2014
Deborah Peterson & Janet Jameson

A year ago, Watertown’s first public mural in decades, titled A Bicycle Ride Through Watertown, was being completed.  We had been working on a plan for a community ...

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Aug 7, 2014
Summer Confuorto
On the evening of July 24, a few NEFA staff members and Fund for the Arts advisors attended the opening of Bounce, by Boston-based artist Liz Nofziger, on the plaza of the Boston Center for the ... Read more >>
Jul 24, 2014
Allie Fiske
We sat down with Burns Maxey, coordinator for Easthampton City Arts+ (ECA+), to learn more about this dynamic organization. We learned so much about ECA+ and some of Burns' favorite organizations ... Read more >>
Jul 8, 2014
Dee Schneidman
On a beautiful day in June, folks from around New England who are invested (or engaged) in space development for the creative sector met in Providence, RI. They came to meet their peers from other ... Read more >>
Jun 3, 2014
Jane Preston
NEFA's Native Arts program made its final round of grants this spring. Program manager Dawn Spears has transitioned to a consultant role during an exploratory phase for the formation of a regional ... Read more >>
May 19, 2014
Polly Motley
I received a Regional Dance Development Initiative (RDDI) development  grant to work with Sara Smith, an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and writer, o
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May 6, 2014
Mary Kelley & Andrea Rogers
Former NEFA executive director Rebecca Blunk (left) with NEFA board member Andrea Rogers Read more >>
May 1, 2014
Elizabeth Epsen
NDP has recently awarded development grants to nine choreographers who participated in the New England Regional Dance Development Initiative (RDDI) for additional support of their work. The New ... Read more >>
May 2, 2014
Dawn Spears
NEFA's Native Arts program has made its final round of grants that will explore creation of a consortium to continue supporting Native artists in New England. Your participation in this process is ... Read more >>
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