In partnership with five community foundations, Barr launches new $3 million initiative to strengthen arts and creativity across Massachusetts.
New analysis bolsters the case for collaboration between arts and transportation to generate innovative solutions to pressing mobility challenges.
This article was originally published in the Viewpoint section of the Boston Business Journal on September 27, 2017.
Business, government, and cultural leaders champion findings of new reports detailing how much “Arts Means Business” in New England.
Six Questions with SueEllen Kroll
New report shows the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry across the country and in six Massachusetts communities.
National search concludes with the successful appointment of experienced grantmaker in arts, creativity, and humanities.
New England’s creative workers earn nearly $17 billion per year, but are still being affected by global trends in technology and changing consumer habits.
New arts and cultural center preserves links to a community’s culturally rich past, and brings hope of an enduring place in its future.
Barr contributes $1.965 million for planning, development, and build-out of new arts-related collaborative workspaces across Massachusetts.