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.
How brain science is helping the Peabody Essex Museum transform its visitor experience.
Barr joins funders supporting exemplary artists to take risks and create new work.
Jim Canales shares highlights from the first year under Barr’s new strategies and announces increased grantmaking for 2017.
New England Foundation for the Arts’ director of research introduces “Creatives Count”—a new survey of area creatives to bring more resources and attention to their sector.
Artists are performing in neighborhoods across Boston, and the only thing missing is you.
Jim Canales shares remarks at the launch of Boston’s cultural plan.
A national movement to build public support for the arts comes to Massachusetts.