NEFA Blog
Posts about New England

December 2018

12.5.18
Kamaria Carrington
... Sweat it Out opened its doors to the public on Nov 25th with a soft launch and detox. The first two of six sessions, lasting four hours each, has brought a steady flow of sweaty conversations.Read more »
12.4.18
Kamaria Carrington
Creative City artist Yara Liceaga reflects on her transformative experience working on Accentos Espesos/Thick Accents...Read more »

November 2018

11.27.18
Sarah Kelley
NEFA values art and artists, just like YOU! We stand with arts supporters like you. This year we invested over $3.7 million in over 400 artists’ and organizations’ projects and artistic...Read more »
11.20.18
Dawn Spears
The Northeast Indigenous Art Alliance (NIAA) and NEFA teamed up to bring another great workshop to Native American artists in the region in October. The focus: Markets and Marketing Yourself. The...Read more »
11.2.18
Morganna Becker
The tapestry of New England’s creative economy is as beautifully varied as our region’s famed autumnal foliage. Warm up your creative inspiration by browsing the robust profiles on...Read more »

October 2018

10.25.18
Daniela Jacobson
This October brings us perennial favorites: fall foliage, the World Series (let’s go Red Sox), and NEFA’s 17th annual Idea Swap ! On October 30th in Worcester, MA, over 180 New England-...Read more »

September 2018

9.19.18
Morganna Becker
Fall in New England is arguably the best season! CreativeGround staff will be journeying through the autumnal foliage to five of the six New England states this fall. (We’ll see you in the...Read more »

August 2018

8.2.18
Kim Szeto
It's August! Here's what Creative City artists are up to this month:Read more »

July 2018

7.17.18
Morganna Becker
New England’s creative sector is thriving - look no further the lush garden of captivating CreativeGround to see the fantastic profiles for regional artists, creative businesses, and cultural...Read more »
7.16.18
Dawn Spears
The inaugural Abbe Museum Indian Market 2018 has come and gone, and what an exhilarating ride it has been, getting to what I truly believe was one of the most creatively planned events in a small New...Read more »

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