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August 2017

NEFA News
8.17.17
THEATER AWARDS, CREATIVE ECONOMY WEBINAR Upcoming events & deadlinesRead more »
Press Releases
8.3.17
The New England Foundation for the Arts announces $630,000 in six new grants during the seventh year of the National Theater Project. NTP supports the development and touring of new theater works.Read more »

July 2017

Press Releases
7.20.17
The New England Foundation for the Arts announced that Sarah Kelley has joined the organization as Development Associate.Read more »
NEFA News
7.20.17
NATIONAL DANCE PROJECT ANNOUNCES AWARDS Upcoming events & deadlinesRead more »
Press Releases
7.19.17
The New England Foundation for the Arts has awarded $1,795,000 through the National Dance Project (NDP) to support the creation of 20 new dance works that will tour the United States.Read more »
Press Releases
7.5.17
(Boston, MA – July 5, 2017) The New England Foundation for the Arts announces the appointment of two new members of NEFA’s Board of Directors and recognizes three members retiring from the board in 2017. “We are truly honored that Christal Brown and John Henry have agreed to serve...Read more »

June 2017

Press Releases
6.27.17
(Boston, MA) The New England Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce the 2017 awardees of the Rebecca Blunk Fund : Christal Brown of Middlebury, VT, and John Bell and Trudi Cohen of Cambridge, MA. Each recipient will receive awards of $2,500 in unrestricted support to support the creation of...Read more »
Press Releases
6.16.17
The New England Foundation for the Arts presented its Creative Economy Awards on June 10 as part of the New England-wide Creative Communities Exchange held in New London, CT. Two awards - one to an organization and another for a specific project - were presented along with a $2,500 each...Read more »
NEFA News
6.16.17
FINDINGS FROM CREATIVE ECONOMY STUDY, THEATER FINALISTS Grants awarded & upcoming deadlinesRead more »
Press Releases
6.8.17
BOSTON -- A new report released today titled The Jobs in New England's Creative Economy and Why They Matter from the New England Foundation for the Arts has found that workers in the region’s creative sector earn more than $17 billion per year and are a bigger slice of the regional economy...Read more »

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