New England Artists Receive Rebecca Blunk Fund Awards
TheRebecca Blunk Fundwas established in memory of Rebecca Blunk (1953-2014), celebrating her 29 years of service to NEFA and her abiding passion for the arts. This year, NEFA is pleased to award three exceptional artists.
Photo credit: Creative City pilot-supported Elisa H. Hamilton and Silvia Chavez's Lemonade stand, by Leonardo March
Announcing Creative City Boston Finalists
The Public Art team at NEFA is thrilled to announce the 18 finalist projects for Creative City Boston’s 2020 cohort. Each finalist receives a $1,500 finalist award, is paired with a program advisor to further develop their project, and is invited to submit a full project proposal in October 2019.
Submit Project Ideas by October 9. Submission form coming soon!
Photo credit: New England Dance Fund-supported Emily Beattie, by Bruce Hooke
Apply for a Grant
The next New England Dance Fund deadline is September 13. The New England Dance Fund awards small, catalytic grants to New England-based choreographers of all genres and backgrounds who identify an opportunity that will advance their careers in dance.
The New England Foundation for the Arts invests in artists and communities and fosters equitable access to the arts, enriching the cultural landscape in New England and the nation. NEFA accomplishes this by granting funds to artists and cultural organizations; connecting them to networks and knowledge-building opportunities; and analyzing their economic contributions. NEFA serves as a regional partner for the National Endowment for the Arts, New England’s state arts agencies, and private foundations.Learn more at nefa.org.