New England


Creative City Grantee Events: August 2018

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


Seven CreativeGround Profiles We Love: July 2018

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 nonprofits. We’ve picked the freshest bouquet of featured profiles for our Home and About pages, and we think you’ll love the arrangement as much as we do! Catch the signature notes of the Summer Features below, and click the profile name or image to view their full profile.

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Abbe Museum Indian Market 2018

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 England town.  Bar Harbor, Maine, or “Bah Hah Ba” as it is pronounced locally, is now in the minds of Native artists AND collectors alike.  The Abbe Museum very thoughtfully planned a beneficial experience for all who attended, and I am happy to say that I was a part of the launch of this exciting new market, which brought in over 5,000 visitors.Read more »


Creative City Grantee Events: July 2018

It’s July and Creative City artists are engaging communities and activating public spaces across the city of Boston with their projects!  Here’s a list of projects taking place this month:

New Urban Monuments | L’Merchie Frazier

New Urban Monuments is reimagining public space with regard to monuments and public memory. This month, lead artist L’Merchie Frazier...Read more »


Creative City Grantee Events: June 2018

Summer is a busy time for Creative City. We hope you’ll have a chance to check out some of the Creative City projects taking place this summer, beginning with these events coming up in June!Read more »


Call for Local Host: CCX 2019 in Vermont

Would you like to help NEFA produce the next CCX and bring 250 New England leaders to your community for peer learning and networking? Apply to be the Local Host for CCX 2019 in Vermont!

It’s time to start planning the next iteration of NEFA's biennial regional creative economy convening, the Creative Communities Exchange! Prior events have traveled around the region to Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire,...Read more »

Creative City Grantee Events: May 2018

Spring weather has arrived in earnest just in time to welcome the first Creative City-supported performances of the new year. This month features presentations across and beyond disciplines and throughout the city of Boston. We hope you will be able to attend some of these events!Read more »


Seven CreativeGround Profiles We Love: April 2018

CreativeGround is brimming with compelling profiles for artists, creative businesses, and cultural nonprofits, and we are excited to announce our newest iteration of featured profiles. Now posted on the CreativeGround homepage and about page, this cohort features NEFA award winners, newcomers to the site, and longtime cultural partners. Read a brief blurb on these engaging profiles below, and click on the profile name or image to view the profiles to get the full experience!

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Creative Community Fellowship for New England

NEFA is partnering with National Arts Strategies to get the word out about their upcoming Creative Communities Fellowship specifically for New England leaders like you.Read more »


New England Artists showing at APAP 2018

During the month of January, thousands of performing arts leaders, artists, managers, and other arts professionals from around the world gather in New York City to attend performing arts conferences, industry-wide convenings, multidisciplinary festivals, and showcases. There are abundant opportunitiesto see new work by artists in theater, dance, opera, music, and performance; check out JanArtsNYC to learn more about the various events. New England artists that are showing their work during the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) Conference on January 12-16, 2018, are listed below. Read more »


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