Dr. Manuel Pastor talks to Boston arts leaders about what it will take to stay relevant to an increasingly young and diverse audience.
A visit from NEA Chairman Jane Chu confirms the transformative potential—already being unleashed—of arts and culture in Boston.
NEA chairman’s visit shines national spotlight on arts and culture in Boston.
A city takes the long-term view of arts and culture.
When economic times call for playing it safe, how can arts and cultural organizations remain as bold as their artists?
As 2014 draws to a close, three key decisions that will guide Barr into its next era.
How can arts organizations innovate while managing risk? Barr's senior program officer for Arts & Culture, San San Wong, reflects on an "electrifying panel" held earlier this fall at MIT's Media Lab—part of our Barr-Klarman Arts Capacity Building Initiative.
While the tax codes make it clear nonprofits can’t endorse or oppose specific candidates for office, or specific legislation, it turns out there is quite a lot they can and should do to advance their issues.
At a recent gathering of Boston arts leaders, researcher Alan Brown challenged participants to consider a new way to understand and make progress on a persistent challenge: how to build demand and diversify audiences for the arts.
Boston becomes creative home base for award-winning playwright, poet, author, and actor, Daniel Beaty in his work that uses storytelling for individual and community transformation.