Community Supported Art (CSArt) uses the model of Community Supported Agriculture to link producers -- in this case, artists who develop a limited edition of an original work of art -- to consumers.Read More >>
NEFA blog: 2013 CCX Summary
So, how did it go? Read Dee's blog post for participant survey results and next steps.
Exemplary creative placemaking initiatives posted by organizations that leverage local creative assets and cross-sector partnerships for community revitalization and growth.
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CMNH moved to Dover from Portsmouth 5 years ago. The move was, in some ways, a happy accident - CMNH had been searching for space to expand in Portsmouth for a decade. Location after location was evaluated and plans drawn up but... Read More >>
The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) took note of the growing empty storefronts and seized the opportunity provided by this current economic downturn to imaginatively utilize existing their community resources by matching... Read More >>
RAMP was founded in order to have artists participate in the revitalization of Bellows Falls. In 1995 when Robert McBride moved to town and founded RAMP, the general perception of Bellows Falls was a community where the mills had closed... Read More >>
Art At Work is a national initiative to improve municipal government and the communities they serve through strategic arts projects with municipal employees, elected officials, residents and artists. Creative Placemaking with people at... Read More >>
Artists at Work connects students and alumni to the local community through public engagement projects, internships, freelance commissions, and workshops.
We do this by offering unique activities in the classroom and in the... Read More >>
First printed in 2012, the ArtROX! Season Guide is an important marketing piece that has been key in (re)branding, increasing attendance at, and developing motivated audiences for Discover Roxbury's arts programming. Modeled after a... Read More >>
Barnstable introduced the HyArts Artist Shanty program in the summer of 2005 to provide a unique affordable harbor front location for local artists to create and sell their work. Seven shanties and a connecting boardwalk were installed... Read More >>
Based on similar programs happening all around the world, B.E.A.N. Micro-Grant Dinners enhance the vitality of art and artists in our community by providing artists with much-needed financial support and encouraging dialogue and... Read More >>
Agencies throughout the City of Portland have been collaborating over several months to collectively brand and promote the city as an attractive place for creative-minded professionals to live and work. Moving beyond the image of Maine... Read More >>