Posts about Grantee Voices

December 2018

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 »
Kamaria Carrington
Creative City artist Yara Liceaga-Rojas reflects on her transformative experience working on Acentos Espesos/Thick Accents...Read more »

July 2018

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 »

April 2018

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 »

March 2018

Ami Bennitt
Last fall, artist Salvador Jiménez-Flores led his Creative City project Tortilla Social , a mobile, interactive community participatory visual art and culinary project throughout Boston...Read more »

February 2018

Ami Bennitt
At the end of 2017, after many months of community listening, project planning, and municipal red tape, lead artist Jillian Wiedenmayer installed her Creative City project, The Chroma Line , a...Read more »

December 2015

Matthew Glassman
This presentation of Double Edge Theatre's Grand Parade (of the 20th Century) was funded in part by the National Theater Project (NTP) Presentation Grant . Conventional community engagement happens...Read more »

September 2015

Amy Archambault
Four years ago, I set myself in-Motion to foster an artistic practice that was physically, visually and playfully explorative; one that was rooted in methods of tinkering, a fondness for materials,...Read more »

June 2015

Jennifer Hutchins
Originally from Idaho and Montana, Greta Rybus is world-traveling photographer who now calls Portland (ME) home. She is an...Read more »
Chris Ackley
I was a little nervous about coming to my first CCX conference a few weeks ago up in Keene, NH. No, it wasn’t because the arts community is a particularly intimidating bunch, or because us...Read more »