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August 2018

8.27.18
Kamaria Carrington
Breath and Balloons is a public dance performance choreographed by Chavi Bansal who worked with the youth from Roxbury Tenants of Harvard ("RTH") to create a movement-based performance, using...Read more »
8.10.18
Ami Bennitt
Last month, Creative City grantee Fabiola Decius directed the Teens WRITE: Ten-Minute Play Festival , at Riverside Theatre Works in Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood...Read more »
8.2.18
Kim Szeto
It's August! Here's what Creative City artists are up to this month:Read more »

July 2018

7.27.18
Ami Bennitt
Throughout the spring, long-time legendary jazz singer, story-teller, and Creative City grantee Valerie Stephens worked with Boston-area seniors for her live story-telling project, Mother &...Read more »
7.26.18
Jeffrey Filiault
NEFA offers three travel grant opportunities for cultural and nonprofit organizations to see work that they may be interested in presenting. One of the opportunities, National Dance Project Travel...Read more »

June 2018

6.18.18
Ami Bennitt
Last month, Creative City grantee Wendy Jehlen led a group of seven Deaf movement artists in a series of public pop-up performances throughout Boston, called Project Listen. The troupe, raising...Read more »

May 2018

5.24.18
Quita Sullivan
Each year, the National Theater Project (NTP) advisors meet in the spring to decide which projects will be invited to complete a final application for the NTP Creation and Touring Grant . The goal of...Read more »
5.2.18
Ami Bennitt
The month of May is ripe with public events within NEFA’s Creative City Program. The first is Project Listen , a series of outdoor public pop-up movement performances by the Deaf community,...Read more »

April 2018

4.20.18
Blair Benjamin
On April 4 and 5, Amy Smith , Co-Director of Headlong in Philadelphia and Seth Lepore , Co-Founder of Mass Collaborative in Easthampton, Massachusetts, led an intensive two-day workshop titled...Read more »
4.17.18
Deidra Montgomery
Maia Dolphin-Krute and Jesse Erin Posner’s Creative City -supported The Way We Live Now (2018) is a multimedia, performance-based collaborative project centered on the Susan Sontag short story...Read more »

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