News

August 2009

In the News
8.28.09
MemphisConnect (Memphis, TN) By Eric Mathews I am pleased to pass along that the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) recently awarded funding to 21 projects this year, including one from Ballet Memphis. What’s noteworthy in the listing of funded projects on their website is how many of...Read more »
In the News
8.26.09
MORNING SENTINEL (Waterville, ME) By Stephanie Curtis (Correspondent) WATERVILLE -- A New Hampshire artist is being brought to Waterville for a wide-ranging interactive art project. In an effort to restore knowledge of Waterville's history, as well as bring community residents together, Waterville...Read more »
Press Releases
8.18.09
$670K supports the creation of contemporary dance to tour in 2010-2012 (BOSTON) New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) announces that its National Dance Project (NDP) has awarded $669,400 in Production Grants to support the development of new dance works during the 2009-2010 seasons. Twenty-one...Read more »
Press Releases
8.18.09
(Boston, MA - August 2009) Mary Kelley, board chair of the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) announced the appointment of new board member Christopher “Kip” McMahan of Providence, RI. McMahan is a design architect for higher education, non-profit organizations, and real estate...Read more »
Press Releases
8.13.09
Unique regional creative economy site updates financial tool and grants data New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) announced the most recent data updates to CultureCount. CultureCount , NEFA’s online creative economy database, brings visibility and growth to New England’s cultural...Read more »

July 2009

NEFA News
7.28.09
Click here to read CultureCount Cue VIII.Read more »
NEFA News
7.1.09
Click here to read the Summer 2009 edition of our quarterly newsletter.Read more »

May 2009

In the News
5.27.09
By Matt Tempesta, Correspondent Wed May 27, 2009, 04:04 PM EDT Source: http://www.wickedlocal.com/allston/fun/entertainment/arts/x124601691/Public-art-transforms-Lincoln-Street-in-Allston-Legge-Lewis-Legge-design Allston-Brighton - For years, the stretch of land that runs along Lincoln Street in...Read more »
In the News
5.21.09
By Sue Hoye As the tight economy forces more arts and cultural groups to lay off employees, many are holding out hope that the $50-million earmarked for arts jobs in the economic-stimulus law will stem the wave of layoffs, at least in the short-term. Arts groups have been particularly hard hit by...Read more »
Press Releases
5.15.09
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 15, 2009 Contact: Ann Wicks awicks@nefa.org 617.951.0010 x534 NEFA GRANTS CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT THROUGH CONTEMPORARY DANCE PERFORMANCE THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES 3rd year of support from the MetLife Foundation sees increase in support (BOSTON) New...Read more »

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