Resources

2.5.18

Art & Green Infrastructure

On January 29, more than 70 artists, arts administrators, and regional and municipal planners gathered at the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) to learn more about the intersections of public art and the environment.Read more »

1.26.18

New Year, New Partnerships for Professional Developement

t’s a new year, and a time for new partnerships! 

Creative City is proud to be partnering with City of Boston’s Artist-In-Residence, Now+There’s Public Art Accelerator, and the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston to provide a series of shared professional development and networking opportunities for the artists in our programs.Read more »

12.27.17

January 2018 Opportunities

Here are opportunities for this month - check them out and pass them along to your colleagues. And as always, email us if you know of any professional development events or calls to artists that we should consider posting in the future.

Visit NEFA's events calendar for even more opportunities.Read more »

11.28.17

December 2017 Opportunities

Here are opportunities for this month - check them out and pass them along to your colleagues. And as always, email us if you know of any professional development events or calls to artists that we should consider posting in the future.

Visit NEFA's events calendar for even more opportunities.Read more »

9.8.17

Creative City Grantwriting Workshop for Artists: A Brief Summary

If you couldn’t make it to the Creative City grantwriting workshop, here are some resources for putting together a great proposal.Read more »

9.7.17

Disaster Relief Resources for the Arts

In the wake of multiple significant hurricane disasters, we want to share important resources for the arts sector. These range from disaster preparedness to grants for recovery for both organizations and individual artists. Read more »

7.20.17

The simple way to keep your CreativeGround profile up-to-date

We asked, you answered…

The CreativeGround team regularly solicits user feedback, and we watch for changes and trends in the creative economy. It’s one of the ways we make important updates to the directory, including how users identify their work on the site.

Over the past year, we’ve added or updated more than ten institution and business types based on user feedback.

Institution/...Read more »

7.7.17

Use CreativeGround to activate your creative community

CreativeGround is a lot more than just a place to build a beautiful online profile. It’s also a powerful cultural directory, a tool for increasing the visibility of artists, creative businesses, and cultural nonprofits at work in your state, city, and even your neighborhood. Here are a few easy ways to use CreativeGround to promote your creative community to all New England and beyond!Read more »

6.26.17

Seven CreativeGround Profiles We Love: June 2017

CreativeGround is filled with eye-catching profiles, but this collection of artists, creative businesses, and cultural nonprofits really grabbed our attention. Now featued on the CreativeGround homepage and about page, this cohort features NEFA award winners, newcomers to the site, and longtime cultural partners. Read more about each of these engaging profiles and maybe get some inspiration for ...Read more »

5.3.17

The One-Two Punch: Using Multiple Public Profiles on CreativeGround

It's pretty common these days to have many irons in the fire. For example, you may be a musician who plays in several different bands. So how should you display this information on your CreativeGround profile? It may be time to add a new public profile...

 

When to make a new profile...

Genrally, profiles are for individual entities, not separate projects or programs, but here are some simple ways to tell if a component of your creative practice deserves a profile all its own:...Read more »

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