Category: Arts & Creativity
Uncharted Territory: Where an Arts Organization Dares to Go (But Dollars Can be Difficult to Find)
First in a new series featuring stories from Greater Boston arts organizations that received special funding to pursue an artistic risk.
The Arts Mean Business in Massachusetts
Celebrating new research demonstrating the impact of the creative economy.
10 Foundation Presidents Urge Preservation of Vital Federal Investments in Communities
ArtPlace America and its foundation partners respond to the President’s 2019 Federal Budget Request that proposes cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts, among other federal agencies.
Barr Foundation Announces Creative Commonwealth Initiative
In partnership with five community foundations, Barr launches new $3 million initiative to strengthen arts and creativity across Massachusetts.
Arts, Culture and Transportation: A Creative Placemaking Field Scan
New analysis bolsters the case for collaboration between arts and transportation to generate innovative solutions to pressing mobility challenges.
Our Creative Sector is Big, Booming, and at Risk
This article was originally published in the Viewpoint section of the Boston Business Journal on September 27, 2017.
The Power and Potential of our Creative Economy
Business, government, and cultural leaders champion findings of new reports detailing how much “Arts Means Business” in New England.
Meet Barr’s New Arts & Creativity Program Officer
Six Questions with SueEllen Kroll.
The Arts Mean Business
New report shows the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry across the country and in six Massachusetts communities.
SueEllen Kroll Named Barr Foundation Program Officer for Arts & Creativity
National search concludes with the successful appointment of experienced grantmaker in arts, creativity, and humanities.