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November 2012

11.26.12
Tara Thomson
When the lights dimmed and the stage came into focus, a man appeared, crossing quickly toward the bongo-like drums situated in the back corner. He tapped out a quick beat and then gestured for us to...Read more »
11.16.12
Steven Skerritt-Davis
NEFA is transitioning to an improved online grants system to better serve our applicants and grantees. Some benefits of the system’s redesign include: easier profile creation and maintenance...Read more »
Quita Sullivan
11.1.12
Quita Sullivan
NEFA’s National Theater Project (NTP) had the privilege of curating a week-long, topical series for HowlRound , the online journal of the Center for the Theater Commons. This series of articles...Read more »

October 2012

10.22.12
Elizabeth Bouchard
If you are a New England artist or nonprofit organization, there are other resources available to you through your State Arts Agency (SAA), in addition to NEFA. Each New England state has its own SAA...Read more »
10.10.12
Elizabeth Bouchard
10.4.12
Elysian McNiff
The following is a compilation of calls to artists that I am happy to share with the field. Please feel free to contact me with opportunties that you want to be included in a subsequent post. 1. RFQ...Read more »

September 2012

9.10.12
Cheri Opperman
Applying for a grant can be a daunting task and may seem insurmountable at times. The following tips are offered as a checklist to address some of the common issues that have come up in many of the...Read more »
9.4.12
Abigail Maulion
Below is a list of conferences where you may find NEFA staff. If you’re planning on attending any of these, be sure to find one of us and say hi! For more professional development events, visit...Read more »

August 2012

8.6.12
Elysian McNiff
It’s here! NEFA's August Public Art Bulletin !...Read more »

July 2012

7.13.12
Elizabeth Bouchard
Are you an individual performing artist or performing group? Here’s an introduction to a few resource organizations that NEFA grantees, both regionally and nationally, frequently use. Fractured...Read more »

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