NEFA was among a cohort of 12 grant makers from the U.S. and Canada who came together with the purpose of examining and identifying ways to strengthen equity in grant decision making practices. Request a text version.
Read a summary of this convening inspired by five projects that received grants from NEFA's National Theater Project and National Dance Project; participants included artists, active military personnel, veterans, arts presenters, health care practitioners and funders.
Creative workers are employed in nearly every sector that powers New England, from education, to technology and science, to major global brands. The report shows how many New Englanders work in the sector and how much they add to the economy, how the region compares to the nation, what the employment trends show, and get a glimpse of the local landscape.
A summary of CCX 2015 that outlines the structure and goals of the CCX concept, shares participant feedback, and an analysis of the needs and suggestions made by leaders in arts-based community development work in New England. The goal is to help NEFA and other service providers advance the role that the creative sector plays in building healthy New England communities.