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Posts from Ami Bennitt

August 2018

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 »

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 »

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 »
6.4.18
Ami Bennitt
In 2016, Eve Boltax of the chamber music duo Patchtax met Libby Gatti, a chaplain in the MANNA community (Many Angels Needed Now and Always) at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in downtown Boston...Read more »

May 2018

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 »

March 2018

3.20.18
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

2.1.18
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 »

January 2018

1.18.18
Ami Bennitt
In November 2017, Creative City grantee Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol premiered his new composition entitled DEVRAN: Music of Islam, Turkey & Renaissance Europe for two free public performances in...Read more »