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March 2013

3.11.13
Elizabeth Bouchard
Program Coordinator Elizabeth Bouchard shares the top five most frequently asked questions from National Theater Project Creation & Touring Applicants. Q-1: Can I apply to the program as an...Read more »

February 2013

2.28.13
Elysian McNiff
NEFA partnered with the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston (A&BC) for NEFA's Public Art Discussion Series event, The Business of Being a Public Artist . Jim Grace, Executive Director...Read more »
2.26.13
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 opportunities that you want to be included in a subsequent post. 1. RFQ...Read more »

January 2013

1.28.13
Quita Sullivan
This coming February, a number of National Theater Project artists will be participating in ArtsEmerson’s The Next Thing Festival (TNT) . TNT is “a 10-day, high energy tour of...Read more »
1.25.13
Dawn Spears
One of my goals as program manager of NEFA’s Native Arts program is to guide Native American artists and organizations through NEFA’s application process. One way in which I achieve this...Read more »
1.22.13
Abigail Maulion
With the new year in full swing, everyone is getting ready to attend upcoming conferences - including NEFA staff. Below is a list of events where you'll find us in the coming months. If you're...Read more »

November 2012

11.2.12
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. RFP...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 »
11.1.12
Elysian McNiff
Crowdfunding is not only about the $$$; it is also about effective marketing and outreach – two useful skills for public artists. Crowdfunding is currently a trend in the arts; many articles in...Read more »

October 2012

10.31.12
Elysian McNiff
Are you curious to know the process behind the RFQ and how artists get selected? Elizabeth Keithline, the Rhode Island State Council on the Art's (RISCA) Public Art Director, sheds some light on the...Read more »

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