Barr contributes $1.965 million for planning, development, and build-out of new arts-related collaborative workspaces across Massachusetts.
A new role at an exciting time of growth and evolution for the Foundation as a whole, as well as for the role of communications in advancing mission.
Reverend Mariama White-Hammond, a Class of 2009 Barr Fellow, shares three lessons and a new video documenting a novel collaboration of three churches committed to action on climate change and equity.
Michael Kodransky of ITDP reveals ideas for innovative bus stations in Boston and calls on the public to vote for their favorite design.
Gateway to College National Network president outlines a funding opportunity for new partnerships between New England colleges and K–12 school districts.
Three lessons in great communications from a philanthropy leadership conference.
Second set of grants in Barr’s 2017 Special Initiative focus on strengthening journalism and protecting freedom of the press.
Barr issues RFP for planning and design of schools situated within a wider learning ecosystem to promote college and career readiness.
How brain science is helping the Peabody Essex Museum transform its visitor experience.
First grants of 2017 Special Initiative aim to bolster organizations’ capacity to respond to growing demand and to extend their reach.