For the third year in a row, a Barr grantee stood among the recipients of our nation's highest honor for youth arts organizations.
On a recent Saturday morning, Boston artists and arts lovers packed the Boston Public Library to share their hopes and dreams of a more vibrant arts and culture sector.
As the mayoral race in Boston heats up, there have been plenty of forums to hear from candidates.
Boston's mayoral race has ignited a vigorous debate about the city and its future.
In September, Barr hosted a reception for arts grantees to officially welcome and meet San San Wong, the foundation's first full-time Senior Program Officer for arts and culture.
We are pleased to introduce a second cohort of Boston arts organizations to receive support from Barr and the Klarman Family Foundation under a new capacity-building grants program aimed at enhancing the artistic quality and long-term strength of organizations that support young people in achieving mastery in an art form.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Roxbury native San San Wong as Senior Program Officer in the Arts...
Can you imagine Boston without its vibrant cultural life? We can't, either. Yet, a difficult economy and the departure of several longtime arts funders have created a "new normal" for arts in Boston. After many conversations with arts grantees about how best to respond, Barr is taking a new approach to its arts grantmaking—providing deeper, longer-term support for cohorts of mid-sized arts organizations.
Class of 2011 Barr Fellow Madeleine Steczynski wins National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
The first immigrants to arrive in Massachusetts brought with them a clear mental image of what public open space should look like and how it should be used.