Public Art for Spatial Justice: Artists’ Perspectives + Q&A with NEFA Staff

Hudson Street Stoop | photo by Aaron John Bourque Photography courtesy of Gianna Stewart





Public Art for Spatial Justice grants aims to support public artmaking in Massachusetts that helps us see, feel, experience and imagine spatial justice now.

This virtual information session is designed for folks interested in applying for NEFA’s Public Art for Spatial Justice grant opportunity. Current Public Art for Spatial Justice grantees, Kera Washington (musician) and Brian King (fiber artist), will share reflections from their current Public Art for Spatial Justice projects. And NEFA’s Public Art Team will be available to answer questions you may have about the program.

Registration is required. A zoom link will be emailed after you register.

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