A powerful fusion of theater and public art brings together communities to raise awareness for local and global issues
What does prioritizing racial equity in an arts organization look like? A new series shares stories and reflections from Barr partners.
Leaders from two Massachusetts community foundations on how arts and creativity enrich civic life.
Jamilah Bradshaw joined the Barr Foundation in July 2022, bringing experience as a social justice leader to the Foundation. In this conversation, she shares the perspectives she brings to this new role.
Francisco Torres recently joined the Barr Foundation as Arts & Creativity Program Officer. A city planner by training, Francisco describes how the arts influenced his career and work in philanthropy.
Cultural researcher Matthew Jenetopulos recaps a series of convenings across Massachusetts focused on turning research into action.
The brilliance of individual artists propels social, economic, and physical progress in the places we love.
Jamilah Bradshaw and Francisco Torres will grow Barr's Arts Team as it extends and deepens its focus on racial equity.
Local partners across Massachusetts are addressing social issues.
Post Covid-19 pandemic and America’s overdue racial reckoning, what do communities and audiences want from the arts and cultural organizations?